Local Stronger 

Everyone eats, the key is identifying pathways that strengthen the role of community in creating a healthy, sustainable, and equitable food culture.

The Eat Drink Washington County Initiative promotes fresh nutrient rich foods, regenerative farm practices, and collaborations that cultivate a stronger local food web.

 

FARM FOCUSED POP-UPS & DINNER EVENTS help fund ongoing

 community-based programming supported by our Initiative partners.

Engage, let's all eat and explore the bounty of Washington County.

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Community Collaborator

Equitable & Inclusive Community Networking

Kipperlyn Sinclair

Instagram: Hillsboro_Junkie

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Foodways at Nana Cardoon

Urban Garden & Culinary Learning Center

Hands-On / In-Person Learning

Charlene Murdock

www.foodwasyatnanacardoon.org

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Comida Kin

Farm to Fork

PNW-Mexican Food Truck

Chefs Mary Hatz and Rodrigo Huerto

www.comidakin.com

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Old Wilson Ferments

Wild Barrel-Aged Cider

Understanding & Growing Food Jeremy & Fallon Harris

www.oldwilsonferments.com

Team Eat Drink WashCo

We believe that nutrient rich food is a human right, not just a commodity to be traded.

A local food web takes a village! Hillsboro Junkie, Foodways at Nana Cardoon, Comida KIN, and Old Wilson Ferments are the creative forces behind the Eat Drink Washington County Initiative.

Together, let's inspire one another to further engage in building a more regenerative food culture, powered by our Washington County community.