The Umpqua Valley is known for its rich timberlands and its namesake river. But there is more Douglas and Coos County than trees. The region is dotted with small farmers and ranches that form the backbone of an emerging local food economy. Connecting these producers with consumers in places like Roseburg and Coos Bay is vital to sustaining this model of community supported agriculture in southwestern Oregon.
The Food4All platform makes it easy for families and individuals to connect with growers and producers in your backyard. It also allows you to form direct relationships with local farms that ensure you are accessing healthy, locally sourced ingredients. Use Food4All to arrange for convenient pick-ups locations at farmers markets and coops that take the hassle out of sustainable shopping.
Accessing locally sourced ingredients in the Umpqua Valley has never been easier. Food4 All makes it easy to source food where it’s grown. That means reducing waste from the industrial food system and putting more profits into the hands of producers.