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Your Passport to Local Food

The first-ever Local Hero Award Passport contains exciting offers from the 2012 Local Hero Award nominees:

Edible Portland: Free subscription, worth $28
Brew Dr. Kombucha: Free 16-ounce on-tap kombucha
Naomi’s Organic Farm Supply: 20% off any book
¿Por Qué No?: Free taco and agua fresca
People’s Food Co-op: Free cup of coffee or tea
Accanto: $10 off your meal
Choi’s Kimchi: $5 off 1 jar of kimchi
R. Stuart & Co. Winery: 2 wine flights for the price of 1
Carman Ranch: $15 off a quarter cow
Cheese Bar: $5 off your purchase of $20
Nancy’s Yogurt: $3 off any product
Pearmine Farms: Free small pumpkin + 5 gourds OR Free large pumpkin (Pearmine Farms donates to nominee Farmers Ending Hunger)
Forest Grove Farmers Market: Free tote bag with $5 in tokens
Genoa: $10 off dinner
Sauvie Island Organics: Free tote bag with 2012 CSA season
The Side Yard Farm: Free veggie start
Stone-Buhr: Flour donation to food banks with any purchase


There are 100 available Passports
Value: $100+
Cost: $20

Use any major credit card or your PayPal account.


Stop by Ecotrust
721 NW 9th Ave, 2nd Floor, Portland, OR 97209
Monday–Friday, 8:30am–5:30pm

Mail a check for $20 to Ecotrust with “Local Hero Passport” on the memo line. Include your name and address. Or, call Lola at 503.467.0795 and provide credit card payment info. We’ll send you a passport right away!

Local Hero Award nominees show heroism every day through their environmental and social practices, high quality, economic impact, and commitment to building a robust food system in the Pacific Northwest. All proceeds go to Ecotrust’s work to build a robust regional food system.

2 Responses to “Your Passport to Local Food”

  1. jooyoung oh
    March 1st, 2012 at 10:50 pm

    Hello, I’d like to purchase a passport! JooYoung

  2. Edible Portland» Congratulations, 2012 Local Hero Award Winners!
    March 8th, 2012 at 2:06 pm

    […] This year, for the first time, Edible Portland has produced a Local Hero Award Passport containing more than $100 value in offers from nominees, ranging from free pumpkins to discounts on grass-fed beef. The public is invited to use this passport to travel the local food community, meeting and experiencing this year’s nominees. A Local Hero Award Passport costs $20, with all proceeds going to Ecotrust’s work to build a robust regional food system. Find out more about the passport here. […]

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