Patton Valley Wood Craft

Fine hand crafted pieces by Adam Radtke

From the hillsides of Europe, oak trees are harvested and finely crafted into barrels to balance and enhance the flavors of our local Oregon wines. Extending the life of these barrels, Patton Valley Wood Craft transforms each barrel component to produce usable furnishings for your home. Handmade, using old world craftsmanship, each piece is unique, and sealed with a light natural finish to preserve the strength and beauty of oak and the romance of vintages past.

New Earth Farm

Welcome to New Earth Farm’s new web presence.  New Earth Farm is a small business that supports local businesses and farmers with Bokashi fermentation, composting, vermicomposting, community-supported agriculture, and food scrap recycling services.  We’re also your source for products and supplies that can help you run fermentation and worm composting operations at your home or business.  It’s easier than you may think, helps the environment and your health, and you can get started right away! In addition to selling products and services, we work with community partners to offer educational programs on sustainable agriculture, bokashi fermentation, worm composting, and other related topics

Slow Food Portland Oregon

We are members of Slow Food Portland

Slow Food seeks to reconnect people with the food they eat and the cultures, community, and production behind it. At the heart (and belly) of our activities, we believe that every individual has a right to Good, Clean, and Fair food in their daily life. Through lectures, tours, cooking demonstrations, volunteer days, and other local events, Slow Food Portland works to engage our community with the broader food movement. We partner with local and national activists, chefs, farmers, and organizations already working for direct change to our food system, and we encourage you to join us in our effort.

Edible Portland

The goal of this magazine and website is to be a resource that makes eating, growing, and enjoying our local abundance an everyday pleasure. Edible Portland serves the greater Portland metropolitan area including Hood River and the Willamette Valley.

Both magazine and website act as our contribution to the growing movement throughout this country that is encouraging people to eat more locally grown and locally produced foods. By eating locally, we help sustain the small family farms that grow these foods, we enjoy food that is fresher and healthier for us, and we help reduce the cost on the environment — and in dollars — of transporting foods over long distances.

Local Harvest

Find farmers’ markets, family farms, and other sources of sustainably grown food in your area, where you can buy produce, grass-fed meats, and many other goodies.
Local Harvest