The nonprofit makes changes on the ground and in the legislature.
Hunger in Oregon
In a state that suffers one of the nation's highest rates of food insecurity, what could we do better?
From inspiring speakers to life-affirming exercise and art classes to Mother’s Day races, May 12 and 13 will jumpstart your life.
For a decade, we've dreamed of this 86-mile route through the Coast Range. The Port of Tillamook just said yes. Now, the hard part: finding the money.
Last year, Lift Urban Portland distributed some 250,000 pounds of food in its fight against hunger.
But in a state with disturbingly high rates of food insecurity, it’s probably here for a while.
AllGo users review restaurants, theaters, gyms, and airlines for comfort and accessibility.
When Voxapod founder Amanda Wilson couldn't find a cup that worked for her, she decided to produce her own. A Kickstarter campaign is live now.
Find out at four Portland events dedicated to a sonic brand of medicine.
Our state has one of the highest levels of food insecurity in the country. What’s going on?
A State of Hunger
Why does our state rank so high in food insecurity? Here's a look at the stats.
Fiona McCann and Christine Menges
Oregon ranks 13th in the nation for food insecurity. So who feeds many local children? The schools.
The sustainable line of products includes gluten-free biscuits and camping-friendly meal pouches.
Here are nine dirt-cheap classes to know.
Cannabis: The Farmers
After seeing the medical benefits of cannabis, two brothers founded a farm that specializes in the mellower, pain-relieving compound.
In honor of the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, a Portland apparel company steps up to save one state's access to reproductive health care.
The apartment building for families displaced from the Eliot neighborhood is also a behavioral clinic for vets and others.
No. But we’re closer than we think.
Starting in 2018, Pongo One will provide critical medical care to pets owned by vulnerable populations throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.
This trendy ingredient is good for making spooky sundaes and tasty treats, but “detoxing” is another story.
Eleanor Van Buren