The Eat Local Challenge promotes the consumption of locally produced foods. This year -- the eighth -- a host of events is planned Sept. 13-22 at restaurants, grocery stores, growers markets, farms, wineries and elsewhere, organized by the group Thrive, food producers and restaurants. Find our stories about the events and local food producers, suggestions for how you can eat locally , a calendar detailing public events and more.
Harvesting organic vegetables throughout the winter, Applegate farmers Josh Cohen and Melissa...
Tasting of the tropics, this fruit improbably withstands a freeze to ripen in the dead of winter.
A spice native to Asia and grown rarely in the continental United States has found a home at one...
Dunking bread or drizzling olive oil over pasta no longer imparts enough flavor for Lara Knackstedt.
It may look like some newfangled breed of brassica.
Featuring more than 20 local, specialty-foods producers, in addition to its own label, Harry &...
Six organically farmed acres outside of Ashland are a paradise for peaches, says Scott McGuire.
When her grandchildren visit from California, Charlette Karumm treats them to farm-fresh foods,...
Rogue River spring chinook can be bagged this week without launching a boat or baiting a hook.
Refreshment goes beyond movement and relaxation at the new home of a Jacksonville yoga studio.
Locavore Supreme: All foods that I consume during the week will be grown, raised or produced within 200 miles (and I even agree to give up coffee, chocolate and non-local spices).
Locavore: All foods that I consume during the week will be grown, raised or produced within 200 miles (but I still want my coffee, chocolate and non-local spices).
Taster: All foods that I consume during one meal per day throughout the week will be grown, raised or produced within 200 miles.
Sampler: All foods that I consume during two meals during the week will be grown, raised or produced within 200 miles.
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