Metroites and west siders may think of Eastern Oregon as an arid rangeland of endless juniper and sagebrush, but residents of places like John Day and Baker City know that it’s a rich tapestry of mountains, rivers, and small communities. Intertwined with this awe-inspiring landscape are small farms and ranches that provide an incredible bounty of raw ingredients and finished products. Peruse a farmers market in Hermiston and you’ll find fresh, locally grown asparagus, heirloom corn, and handmade jams. Visit the Pendleton Farmers Market and you’ll find handmade truffle oils, locally baked loaves of bread and small-batch sausages.
But how do you connect with this abundant variety of fresh and locally grown food without driving mile after mile? That’s where we come in. The Food4All platform makes it simple to connect with growers and producers in your backyard. It also allows you to cultivate direct relationships with local farms that provide healthy, locally-sourced products. Use Food4All to arrange for convenient pick-up locations at farmer’s markets and coops near you.
Accessing locally sourced ingredients in Eastern Oregon has never been easier. Food4All makes it a snap to source food where it’s grown. In the process, you’ll help to remove water from the food system and put more profits into the hands of producers.