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A warm January, April's unexpected frost and an exceptionally rainy spring is making for watery strawberries and low yield orchard fruit.
Christmas tree shortages have affected Portland residents, who are paying more than ever for trees.
Bill Gates and Mark Cuban are big fans.
This volunteer-staffed farm feeds Black and brown Portlanders every week—many of them for free.
Black Futures Farm and Equitable Giving Circle have a clear goal: food sovereignty.
Goodbye for a few months, Driscoll's—Oregon strawberries are coming in hot.
What do you get when you combine a farmer, a craftsman, and two foodies? Cookware that creates delicious meals, looks good on the table, and lasts a lifetime.
Is this big-budget branded apple the Honeycrisp killer of which prophecy foretold?
Local CSAs say the company has a transparency problem.
Money. Popularity. Climate change. The Willamette Valley is outgrowing its gritty roots.
Here are the hard numbers on the state's next booze boom.
Secrets of the North Coast: Sunrise over Wheeler
On our state's shores, tourism is synonymous with summer. These northern communities want to convince you the hotness extends all year.
Oregon exports nearly $4 billion worth of goods to China. What could the trade tiff mean for our state?
He came west with 700 saplings and founded our state's mighty fruit industry. But Henderson Luelling—idealist, farmer, visionary, swinger—dreamed of planting stranger seeds.
Heather Arndt Anderson
From coop to stoop.
Trying to get in the mood for autumn? Sample and sip at these 14 harvest tastings of food, wine, and beer.
The heir to a major beer distributor turns his attention to developing new strains of cannabis for a growing industry.
Is it time to say goodbye to Whole Foods Market and hello to New Foods Market?