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!






Latest From Our Blog

  • Ten Rivers Food Web Transition

Ten Rivers Food Web Transition

In 2011, Ten Rivers Food Web received a three-year grant from Meyer Memorial Trust (MMT) that supported work across Linn, Benton, and Lincoln counties. The three goals of the project funded by this grant included improving […]

  • The American Carbon Foodprint

The American Carbon Foodprint

By Jaimee Hanna, TRFW Public Health Intern

For having such small feet, humans leave a big carbon footprint. Carbon dioxide is a naturally occurring gas in our atmosphere. However, through various human activities that consume […]

  • Compost For Beginners

Compost For Beginners

By Jaimee Hanna, TRFW Public Health Intern

We’ve all thought it: Compost is smelly, time-consuming, attracts unwanted guests to our homes, and is really just for serious gardeners. It’s time to reconsider! These common misconceptions […]