Contact us:

503-468-0921

577 18th Street, Astoria OR 97103

©2019 by North Coast Food Web. 

Our Work

Current Mission-Driven Community Programs
 
Fruit Box Project

The Fruit Box Program addresses a complex problem. Some students come to school without having eaten breakfast, or without the means to have a healthy lunch. 

Thanks to a partnership with the Astoria Co-op, who provide fresh, seasonal organic fruit to North Coast Food Web at wholesale cost, and to a generous donation from a local supporter, the Fruit Box Project took off in 2013.

Read more about the Fruit Box Project in a story published in the Astoria Co-op newsletter: Fruit Box Project.

We are now in 5 schools around the county, providing a healthy snack for those who would enjoy one.

Education & Outreach

Staying involved in the community ensures us that people of all ages are learning about local food in the pacific northwest, where to find it and who is making it. Through educational events and engagement in our  kitchen, we strive for developing knowledge and community connection.

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Cooking Classes

We host a handful of cooking classes at our teaching kitchen for all different age groups.  Learn or improve your cooking skills with some amazing celebrity guests in the community.

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Egg Day & 
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Every Thursday of the year, from 9:00 am- 4:00 pm, our kitchen, located at 577 18th Street, becomes a pop-up farm stand! Farmers bring eggs (when they have them available!) and other locally-produced items for purchase. Egg Day is cash only.

During the main growing season, some local farmers also use the space as a pick-up location for their CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) members.

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Local Food and Farmer Resources

Strong producer to consumer connections are a key part of a healthy local food system, and North Coast Food Web is hopeful to connect farmer to consumer and consumer to farmer. 

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Farm Guide

In 2017, we published the North Coast Food Guide which included detailed information about twelve North Coast farmers markets and over sixty local food producers.
Our 2019 Farm & Market Guide for the Columbia Pacific Region is now available with information about producers, farmer's markets, and farm stands in Clatsop & Pacific counties of Oregon and Washington.

If you’re a producer (defined as a local business that’s primary activities are related to fishing, farming, ranching or foraging) and would like to be included in our guide, or if you would like a stack of farm guides available at your market or business, please contact us!

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