Join us in traversing the patchwork of farms in the Cully neighborhood of northeast Portland. Urban agriculture is growing strong in this community where lots are large and aspiring farmers abound.
During this tour, you will visit two urban farms - The Side Yard Farm & Kitchen and Cully Neighborhood Farm - each with their own unique story. During the 1-mile round trip walk between farms you will learn about the diverse and changing Cully neighborhood and some of Portland’s alternative food and farm business models.
This tour includes a beautifully curated lunch of farm-fresh seasonal vegetables and whole-grain bread & dessert from local artisan bakers. Gluten-free options are available upon request.
Please come prepared to be on your feet with sturdy shoes for walking on uneven terrain. Don't forget to apply sunscreen and bring your water bottle to stay hydrated. We look forward to exploring this urban farm landscape with you!
About the hosts:
Originally from an agricultural family in Florida, Lane has been involved in the local food movement in Portland for over 15 years. She's passionate about bridging the gap between plant breeders, farmers, chefs, and eaters. Annie studied agriculture and food science atThe Evergreen State College, prior to finishing her Bachelors degree she worked in specialty coffee in Portland, OR where her love for the food community in the PNW began to flourish. Both woman share a love for all things food and farming and want to offer you a unique perspective on the food community in Portland.
Lunch will be provided with local, seasonal ingredients. Gluten-free options available upon request.
An Airbnb social impact experience is a great way to get your hand's dirty with our cause. Your ticket directly supports the work of Slow Food Portland as well as the farmers and chefs involved with the urban farm tour. Get closer to your food while providing financial support to our organization.
Here’s how you’ll help Slow Food:
Slow Food Portland supports Slow Food USA’s mission to create dramatic and lasting change in the food system, and promote a food system that is good, clean and fair for all. On a local and regional level we work to reconnect with people, traditions, plants, animals, fertile soils and waters that produce our food. We work to raise awareness and engagement in our community to help transform food policy, production practices, and market forces to ensure equity, sustainability, and pleasure in the food we eat. Your contribution helps support our work! Thank you!