Look for us May 9th in the Bend Bulletin!

The 2014 Food and Farm Directory will be sent to 30,000 households with additional directories at featured establishments and other information locations.

Kids camp this summerCulinary Kids

Follow the Fork® Culinary Camp for Kids
Provided by: The Well Traveled Fork
3 One-Week Long Sessions
10 AM – 1:30 PM, Monday – Friday
Fresh, Local, Organic, Seasonal and Sustainable Food
Cooking, lunch, field trips & lots of learning $300 per child
Click here  for more info.

Eat Local. Get Involved.

The Central Oregon Food Policy Council is a 501(c) 3 non-profit whose mission is to support a community based food system in Central Oregon to increase access to fresh healthy food, foster relationships among producers and consumers and sustainable farm land use.

Core Values:
Access – Healthy Food Access
Agriculture- Sustainable Farm Land Use
Action – Buy Fresh Buy Local regional marketing campaign

Five Helpful Things You Should Know

  1. Find Fresh, Local Food. Our Food & Farm directory highlights businesses growing, raising and providing Central Oregon fresh and health food.
  2. Community Resources. We provide many community resources: regional community gardens, C.O. garden growing manual,
  3. Farmer and Rancher Resourcesfarmer and rancher grants and land-linking, and  info on County land use ordinances.
  4. Access to Healthy Food. Interested in learning more about food resources in our community, or how you can help those less fortunate? Check out the Healthy Food Donation database, Seed to Supper and Cooking Matters program
  5. Get Involved. You can become more involved in the Local Food Movement by becoming a member of the COFPC and volunteering
  6. Learn More about Us. Learn more about what we are about and who drives the movement in your community.

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