NEWS

How One Hatchery Moved 160,000 Baby Salmon

Faced with dangerously warm temperatures, Warm Springs National Fish Hatchery moved its entire salmon population to the Gorge.

08/07/2015 By Megan Haverman

ARCHITECTURE

This New Mini-Park at Portland State Is Completely Adorable In Every Way

Designed and built by students, this is the little public space that could.

07/20/2015 By Rachel Sandstrom

DISPATCH

How the Oregon Dunes Inspired Sci-Fi Classic 'Dune'

50 years ago, Frank Herbert's cult-classic novel got its start along the Oregon coast.

07/20/2015 By Peter Holmstrom

SPRING CLEANING

Think Green Cleaning Supplies Cost More? Think Again.

Before you restock your cleaning supplies, consider the impact of those bottles on your health and the environment!

03/24/2015 By Jen Coleman

FOOD FINDER

Inside Woodstock's Fishermen-Owned Portland Fish Market

This wild-only fish market offers house smoked sriracha tuna, fresh-from-the-water fish, and all the ingredients necessary for a surf-centered meal.

02/25/2015 By Allison Jones

GET OUT

Eco-Friendly Road Trip Restaurants Around Oregon

The tank is full. Your bags are packed. The GPS is set. But where are you going to eat? These sustainable eateries around the state have you covered.

02/16/2015 By Anna Snook

TOP SCHOOLS 2015

How Hood River Students Help Run Their Super-Green School

An architectural lesson in earth science, where kids "eat their conservation vegetables before their solar cookies.”

01/27/2015 By Hannah Wallace

DISPATCH

Is Coffee Doomed? One Portlander's Plan to Save the Bean

David Griswold is connecting farmers and roasters for a more sustainable harvest.

01/05/2015 By Hanna Neuschwander

HABITAT

How Urban Timberworks Turns Fallen Trees into Legacy Furniture

Homeowners with damaged or diseased trees can call the experts to let their beloved limbs live a second life.

12/01/2014 By Rachel Ritchie

BIG PICTURE

Why the Kalmiopsis Wilderness Is the Most Magical Place on Earth

And why 50 years of the Wilderness Act haven't done enough to save this awesome expanse.

09/02/2014 By Daniel Wakefield Pasley

Slideshow

Slide Show: Nicky USA Steps Up Their Game

From sustainably farmed meats to a family farm of their own, Nicky USA takes the sustainable farming, butchery, and processing of game to a whole new level.

08/22/2014

FARM-TO-FORK

Nicky USA Steps Up Their Game

From sourcing sustainably raised meats to building a farm from the ground up, Nicky USA takes the sustainable farming, butchery, and processing of game to a whole new level.

08/22/2014 By Brooke Bass

BREAKING FOOD NEWS

Chic Tiny-House Farm Stays from Plate & Pitchfork

Spend a day (and night!) in the life of a farmer through Plate & Pitchfork’s new sustainably focused farm stay experience.

08/07/2014 By Brooke Bass

ENVIRONMENT

Adventures in the Quest to Save the Feral Honeybee

How—and why—Bee Local's Damian Magista rescues wild pollinators.

06/02/2014 By Maya Seaman

URBAN DESIGN

How Will Bike Share Help Portland?

A check-out bike scheme is in the works for 2015—but why does a city already mad about cycling need more bikes?

05/27/2014 By Zach Dundas

NORTHWEST EVENTS

Filming the Case for Dam Removal

A new documentary called DamNation attempts to make a watertight case for dam removal. Opens May 9 at Hollywood Theatre.

04/24/2014 Photography by Greg Young

FOOD EVENT SPOTLIGHT

Updated: A Sneak Peek at 2014 Farm Dinners

Make plans to head out to the country this summer and book your spot for one of these unique farm to table dinners.

04/15/2014 By Kristin Leigh and Danielle Klenak

NEWS

Long Beach's Adrift Hotel Goes Green

One of the Washington coast's hippest hotels is getting a sustainable makeover

12/17/2013 By Caitlin Feldman

FOOD & DRINK EVENTS

3 Sustainable Seafood Suppers

Next week boasts three spectacular seafood dinners with a focus on eco-friendly fish.

10/31/2013 By Molly Woodstock

OUT AND ABOUT

Portland's Urban Grange

Raise a glass to community and sustainability at the Independence Gardens benefit for Zenger Farm’s Urban Grange Thursday, August 15.

08/08/2013 By Kristin Belz