Your Support Will Help Nourish Our Communities.

We are working to ensure that the Ten Rivers food shed will be robust in the face of ecological and economic pressures. This means that at least 30% of the food consumed in Linn, Benton, and Lincoln counties will be locally grown, processed, and distributed. Help us make this happen!






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  • Generational Land Transfer Convenings

Generational Land Transfer Convenings

TEN RIVERS FOOD WEB in partnerships with Santiam Food Alliance, Calapooia Food Alliance, Marys River Grange, Marys River Watershed Council, Friends of Family Farmers & Coastal Farmer’s Markets invites your participation at one of four events:
March 7 […]

  • TRFW 100 Update

TRFW 100 Update

Thank you to new members of the TRFW 100. We are now near 20% of our goal as a result of your participation. The TRFW 100 community endowment is an expression of our philosophy rooted […]

  • New Benton County Community Food Assessment Released

New Benton County Community Food Assessment Released

The new Benton County Community Food Assessment—just released in January 2015 by Ten Rivers Food Web—is a document every resident of Benton County should read. If you do, you’ll come away proud to be […]