The High Desert Food and Farm Alliance (HDFFA) will release their 2018 High Desert Food and Farm Directory on May 4th. The Food & Farm Directory, now in its 7th year of production, has grown from a tri-fold single sheet of paper into a 48-page comprehensive community resource and guide to Central Oregon food. The directory is full of information to connect High Desert citizens and visitors with food that is grown, raised and produced in our region and the local family farmers, ranchers, and businesses that are committed to producing, purchasing, and providing local food to Central Oregon communities.
Use the Food & Farm Directory to discover Central Oregon farmers markets, learn about the impact of our local food economy, get tips for eating healthy on a budget and more. The directory is free, and can be found first in the Bulletin’s May 4 edition or at 900 Wall restaurant in downtown Bend during First Friday on May 4, from 4-7 p.m. Directories can also be found throughout the summer at HDFFA partner businesses; look for the identifying “2018 HDFFA Partner” sticker at participating businesses. A free online edition of the directory can also be found anytime at hdffa.org under the “find local food” tab.
“HDFFA is excited about the evolution of this directory over the past seven years,” says HDFFA Executive Director, Katrina Van Dis. “We have an incredible network in our community of people working toward a stronger regional food system, and our organization is proud to create this go-to guide for everyone to find food that is grown, raised and produced in the High Desert.”
HDFFA wants to make it easy for you to find your farmer. On behalf of our incredible network of local farmers, ranchers, food producers, entrepreneurs and restaurants, HDFFA invites you to use the Food and Farm Directory as your go-to guide for Central Oregon grown, raised and crafted food.