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SWOT Workshop for Deschutes County Ranchers

Zoom Meeting

The High Desert Food and Farm Alliance (HDFFA) and Oregon State University (OSU) Extension Service are holding a workshop with Deschutes County ranchers to better understand the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) currently facing Central Oregon producers. The workshop will take place virtually over Zoom on January 29th from 10-11:30am PT. The feedback received […]

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Value Added Producer Grant Overview and Best Practices

Zoom Meeting

Join the High Desert Food and Farm Alliance for a special presentation on the 2021 Value Added Producers Grant. We will be joined by Erika Moellmer, Business & Cooperative Programs Specialist for USDA Rural Development, who will review basic information, eligibility requirements, and the application process. Katrina Van Dis, HDFFA Executive Director and USDA grant […]

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Social Media and Marketing Strategies for Farmers and Ranchers (Session 1)

Zoom Meeting

This three-part series will provide you with tactics and strategies to market your farm or ranch operation with an emphasis on social media, web presence, and email to communicate directly with your ideal audience. Register here: hdffa.org/smtraining Session overview (please plan to attend all three sessions): Workshop 1 (April 7th from 6:30-8pm): Social Media Basics […]

Social Media and Marketing Strategies for Farmers and Ranchers (Session 2)

Zoom Meeting

This three-part series will provide you with tactics and strategies to market your farm or ranch operation with an emphasis on social media, web presence, and email to communicate directly with your ideal audience. Register here: hdffa.org/smtraining Session overview (please plan to attend all three sessions): Workshop 1 (April 7th from 6:30-8pm): Social Media Basics […]

Social Media and Marketing Strategies for Farmers and Ranchers (Session 3)

Zoom Meeting

This three-part series will provide you with tactics and strategies to market your farm or ranch operation with an emphasis on social media, web presence, and email to communicate directly with your ideal audience. Register here: hdffa.org/smtraining Session overview (please plan to attend all three sessions): Workshop 1 (April 7th from 6:30-8pm): Social Media Basics […]

Rethink Food Waste: Preparing Parts and Pieces / Preparando partes y piezas

Join local cookbook author Linda Ly and pro butcher Bryan Mayer to learn about all edible parts of the vegetable and animal. The Environmental Center is excited to sit down with food maestros extraordinaire: Linda Ly and Bryan Mayer who will talk about their professional experience in preparing and cooking the whole organism. A live […]

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High Desert Food Trail Workshop, Session 1: Culinary & Agritourism and Regional Resource Panels

  The High Desert Food and Farm Alliance, in partnership with Travel Oregon and a local steering committee, will host a two-part Food Trail Development Workshop this May for the Central Oregon region. This region includes the communities within Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. During this workshop, participants […]

High Desert Food Trail Workshop, Session 2: Building the High Desert Food Trail

The High Desert Food and Farm Alliance, in partnership with Travel Oregon and a local steering committee, will host a two-part Food Trail Development Workshop this May for the Central Oregon region. This region includes the communities within Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. During this workshop, participants will […]

Farmer Networking Night

Worthy Brewing

The HDFFA Agricultural Advisory Committee is excited to host its first Farmer Networking Night on Wednesday, May 26th from 6:30-8pm! Farmers and ranchers throughout Central Oregon are invited to attend to meet and catch up with fellow producers for a post-market treat. The event will be held at Worthy Brewing and HDFFA partners will receive […]

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Panel Discussion: Small-Scale Farming and Water Use in the Deschutes Basin

Zoom Meeting

Please join the High Desert Food & Farm Alliance for a moderated panel discussion on water usage and small-scale farming in the Deschutes Basin*, with a focus on drought and irrigation systems.   *The Deschutes River Basin initiates in the lakes of the Cascade mountains and flows to the Columbia River.   Panelists include: Phil Chang: Deschutes […]

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