When Farmworkers Become Our Farmers

Seven Latino families own and operate a berry farm on the outskirts of Eugene. They cultivate the rare Blackcap Raspberry, looking to reestablish the berry in regional markets....

Growing a Nobler Fir

The nursery industry, Oregon’s top agricultural money maker, stands to lose a lot in the face of a changing climate. Leaders in the industry are acting collaboratively to change business-as-usual....

A Family, Deeply Rooted

In the 1950s and early 60s, Portlanders were still intimately connected to the city’s farmers....

A Patty to Melt For

When I lived in Japan for one year I couldn't afford even one scrap of their luscious beef. I also had a hard time finding black or pinto beans. My intermittent nostalgia for home manifested in cravings for burgers and burritos....

Catch of the Sea

A husband and wife team fish albacore in Oregon's waters...