New edition of High Desert Food, Farm Directory available

BEND, Ore. - Finding Local Food has never been easier: The High Desert Food and Farm Directory is hot off the press!

The High Desert Food and Farm Alliance (HDFFA) is elated to announce the release of our 48-page full color 2017 High Desert Food and Farm Directory on May 5th.

In an effort to increase our community’s access to fresh, local food we have compiled a comprehensive resource for all Central Oregonians. The Food and Farm Directory contains information on how to connect with 130 local farmers, ranchers, and businesses that are committed to producing, purchasing, and providing local food. Use the Directory to discover local food and farm events, decode food labels, get the details on farmers markets, and more!

Get your copy of the FREE Food and Farm Directory in the Bulletin on May 5th or stop by HDFFA tables at First Friday downtown at the Birkenstock store and Cascade Sotheby’s from 5-8PM.  Our partners will also have Directories at their businesses; look for their 2017 partner stickers for participating businesses (attached).  The Directory will also be available at HDFFA local food events and at farmers markets this summer. If paperless is more your style, look for the online directory at under “find local food.” New in June, you will be able to shop conveniently and directly from select farmers in the online Directory!

This is our community’s opportunity to keep it local! On behalf of our incredible network of local producer and business partners, HDFFA invites you to use the Food and Farm directory as your go-to guide for Central Oregon grown, raised and crafted food.

HDFFA is a 501(c)3 non-profit serving Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties. The mission is to support a community-based food system in Central Oregon to increase access to fresh healthy food, support sustainable farm land use and foster relationships among farmers and consumers. 

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