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The health benefits of walking are well documented, from improved cardiovascular health and increased strength to improvements in both mood and sleep. North Coast Food Web is encouraging their north coast community members to take those health benefits one step … Continue reading

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On the north Oregon coast, sunshine can be hard for some gardeners to find. North Coast Food Web board member Jennifer Rasmussen was contemplating this challenge back in 2012, and posed the question, “What if a garden could move around … Continue reading

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North Coast residents are often surprised to find out how much locally grown and raised food can be available to them, if they could just connect directly to the farmers, fishermen and ranchers who are producing it. For farmers and … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events

Join Food Roots, North Coast Food Web and OSU Extension for Grow the Coast on November 1st at the Seaside Convention Center for Grow the Coast 2014. This full-day conference on farms, food and community is back for its third … Continue reading

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Nov 1, 2014

8 am to 4:30 pm

Seaside Convention Center

We know that good research can help improve community health, which is why North Coast Food Web is helping our friends at Oregon Health & Science University make their research into health issues that affect communities like ours more effective. … Continue reading

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Jul 24, 2014

3 to 7 pm

River People Farmers Market, Astoria

Local food lovers, mark your calendars and plan to be at the corner of 13th and Duane in Astoria for the opening day of the River People Farmers Market, Astoria’s popular local food-only farmers market. Now entering its fourth season, … Continue reading

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Jun 19, 2014

Corner of 13th and Duane, Astoria OR 97103

"Cultivating a thriving regional economy and healthy communities through food and agriculture"

The North Coast Food Web is a coalition of people and organizations building connections in the local food landscape on the North Oregon Coast and Lower Columbia Pacific Region.