Central Oregon Locavore
Welcome to Central Oregon Locavore
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit supporting local food and farms. We run a variety of educational programs as well as a Local Food Market in downtown Bend.
Upcoming Events

Locavore Food School: Healthy Fats and How to Use Them
at Locavore by Anna Witham
Thursday, May 28th
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Faces of Farming Family Fun Day
Saturday, June 13th  11am-6pm
At Fields Farm, Juniper Jungle, Worthy Brewing
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Faces of Farming Hydroponic Tour
Saturday, June 13th  12pm-6pm
The Next Season Farm, Tender Greens and Worthy Brewing
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Faces of Farming Gala and Silent Auction at 10 Below
Saturday, June 13th 6pm-9pm
Art, Auction, Dinner Drinks - honoring the Past, Present and Future of Farming in Central Oregon
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WWOLF @ Juniper Jungle Farm
Sunday, June 14th
Free lunch provided
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About Pacific Kale Chips
Our kale chips are born from our love for the Pacific Northwest: crystal blue waters, snow white mountains, locally grown food, and strong communal roots. To this day, 80% of our kale is grown right here in Oregon. And like you, we are fanatical about healthy food like kale chips that fuel our daily adventures.
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All proceeds benefit Locavore for the month of May. Come and get you some!
*New low price too. It just keeps getting better...

Our Generous Community Sponsors

Sponsorship Opportunities

Promote your business and show that you support local by sponsoring one of our educational programs or becoming a corporate sponsor. 
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Volunteer with Us

Volunteer with us and qualify for market discounts, free educational opportunities and have tons of fun!
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Host a Class or Workshop

Rent our community space for your next educational event, health conference or class 
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Why Buy Local?

Becoming a Locavore (or rather, a "Mostly-Locavore" when you live in Central Oregon) may sound like a daunting task, but it is a noble and rewarding one. There are myriad of benefits to eating and buying local goods:

  • Supporting farmers who grow for taste, diversity, and health vs transportation durability and uniformity
  • Creating local jobs vs supporting large corporate systems
  • Enhanced nutrition vs mineral/vitamin deficiencies
  • Robust, ever-changing flavors vs blandness and consistency
  • Sustainable farming practices and soil-rehabilitation vs pollution and soil degredation