Crop Talks are farmer-to-farmer educational opportunities that consist of a tour of a farm by the farmer and a discussion about their area of expertise or interest during the growing season. These are opportunities to get out into someone’s field, see their practices in action, ask questions, and connect with other local farmers while doing … Continue reading Crop Talk: Organic Strawberry Production at Fairfield Farm
Portland InFARMation - Tuesday, May 14, 2019 Join us Tuesday, May 14 in Portland for a special InFARMation (and Beer!) on 'Farming in the Age of Climate Change.' We'll be hearing from a panel of farmers who are navigating a changing climate by undertaking practices like dry-farming, cover cropping, rotational grazing and more. We will … Continue reading Portland InFARMation
The way we grow and raise our food has a profound impact on soil health, as well as on our own well-being. The chemical intensive form of agriculture that became common after WWII has become a major contributor to Climate Change, and is causing massive damage in the environment. But there is hope in soil. … Continue reading Soil: Nature’s Solution to the Climate Crisis?
Anthropological Research Presentation - Women Farmers in Oregon. An evening about women farmers in Oregon - for women farmers in Oregon! Please note: This same presentation will be held in Corvallis on May 22nd (https://www.facebook.com/events/651486705303096/?active_tab=about). The information will be the same at both locations, the hope is to make the event more accessible for more … Continue reading Women Farmers Anthropological Research Presentation – In Eugene
Come to the Portland Art Museum, Whitsell Auditorium for the premier screenings of The Peoples of Western Oregon and The Peoples of Eastern Oregon. The films explore how climate change is affecting native First Foods and culture in Oregon while celebrating the Native artists, scientists, and cultural leaders that are guiding people into a new … Continue reading Wisdom of the Elders Film Screenings