Please join Cultivate Oregon for a winter garden seed swap!
When: Sunday, July 16th 2 to 5pm
Where: The Garden and Carriage House, Portland OR.
Grow a winter garden to harvest from or to overwinter for an early spring harvest. We’ll share seed varieties especially well-suited for the Pacific Northwest. Cultivate Oregon will have seeds on hand to distribute, but feel free to bring some to share and swap. We’ll also have a limited amount of supplies to plant seeds and will discuss when to plant the sprouted starts and how to harvest from a winter garden.
From our friends at Our Family Farms -- "Join us Saturday, May 20th at Caldera Tap House in Downtown Ashland to celebrate our 3rd Birthday! Come by between 3:30 and 5:30 for cake and light appetizers and Raise a glass to toast our Victory!"
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We hope you can join us for our Solstice Dance on Saturday, December 17th! This is our first fundraising event for Cultivate Oregon! We are a new non-profit and a proud sponsored project of Earth Island Institute. Our mission is to grow a regenerative, diverse, and equitable food system in Oregon. We are working to promote biodiversity, pollinator and soil health, seed heritage, and water resources with the aim of reducing pesticide use and promoting food transparency.
Please join us and celebrate the Winter Solstice with live music, great food, and lot's of dancing!Read more
Cultivate Oregon will be tabling at the Rebel Content Tour in Portland, OR on October 7th. Come out and join us! Neil Young + Promise of the Real will be performing in support of their new album - The Monsanto Years
“The Monsanto Years are here and we are living them. Monsanto is the poster-child for what is wrong with corporate controlled government in our world. Our upcoming record, The Monsanto Years, encompasses several associated subjects that millions of people worldwide are concerned about and active in. Earth is not ours. We are of the Earth. That’s how I feel. When we plunder our own home we hurt our children and their children after them. I feel responsible.” – Neil Young.