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The following events are open to the general public:

Field Trips and Short Courses

Thursday, March 19, $25-$45

On Thursday morning, we will offer four field trips to local farms, school lunchrooms and processing facilities, and three short courses covering topics such as grant writing and research and evaluation.
View the full list of field trips and short courses.  These events are filling up fast.  To reserve your spot, submit a registration form online or by mail.  Registration ends March 6.

Book Talk with Joel Berg

Friday 5:00 pm, Free, in the Oregon room of the Doubletree Hotel

Join us for an evening of enlightening discussion about a serious national problem. In the new book All You Can Eat: How Hungry is America? (Seven Stories Press), former Clinton Administration official and nationally-known anti-poverty advocate Joel Berg provides President Obama with a blueprint to achieve his campaign pledge to end child hunger in the U.S. by 2015, as a down payment on ending all domestic hunger. Berg also suggests how the nation could immediately offer much-needed relief to the millions of Americans who have been forced to join the lines at soup kitchens and food pantries across the country.  You can also check out Joel’s website, which has an online discussion about hunger that Joel did with the New York Times, op-eds and other information on hunger, as well as information on Joel and All You Can Eat at www.joelberg.net.  No registration or RSVP necessary.

Saturday Evening Reception and Keynote with Joan Dye Gussow

Saturday 6:30-9:30 pm, $40, at the University of Portland Dining Commons and Terrace
5000 N Willamette Blvd., Portland, OR 97203

Saturday night we open our doors to the public to celebrate good food and a growing movement with fresh, seasonal ingredients sourced from local farms prepared by Bon Appetit Chef James Green at the University of Portland.

The evening will begin with a cocktail hour on the Terrace featuring local beers and wines, as well as fresh, seasonal appetizers from some of Portland’s finest restaurants:
Country Cat, EVOE, Grand Central Baking Company, Higgins, Nostrana, Park Kitchen, Pastaworks, and Tastebud Farm

Then we will move into the Dining Commons for a freshly prepared meal with locally sourced ingredients by Bon Appetit, and a keynote by Joan Dye Gussow, author of This Organic Life. Gussow will share her dynamic perspectives on sustainable agriculture through a nutrition lens. Dinner will feature several themes designed to highlight the local harvest - including housemade flatbreads with lentil dal, cranberry saffron rice and handmade hummus and chutneys, an italian spring vegetable pasta with or without house-made local sausages and southern dilectibles including trager-smoked barbecue chicken, country style beans, house select salads, and housemade biscuits and cornbread.

To attend this event, purchase a ticket online.  Tickets will also be available at the door.


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