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June 12: Feast with Local Food Heroes at Summer's First BBQ


Chefs + Ranchers

Greg Higgins of HIGGINS RESTAURANT smokes both CARMAN RANCH Spanish Longaniza sausage and HAWKINS’ SISTERS RANCH chicken buttifarra sausage with hazelnut romesco sauce

John Gorham of TORO BRAVO, Tasty & Sons, and Tasty & Alder roasts two (count them two!) goats from ANDERSON RANCHES 

Stacey Givens of SIDE YARD FARM & KITCHEN makes TURTLE ISLAND FOOD barbecue tempeh sliders with spicy, farm-fresh slaw

Scott Dolich of PARK KITCHEN and The Bent Brick grills fresh coastal fish from PORT ORFORD SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD on the rooftop terrace 

Jameson Maspaitella at SIMPATICA makes meltingly tender REISTER FARMS lamb shoulder

Ashley Bisagna of FEASTWORKS transforms GOAT MOUNTAIN PASTURED MEAT pork bellies and shoulders into lip-smacking links


At each station, alongside the barbecue and beer, the producers will share stories of their work, offering attendees the opportunity to get closer to the source of their meat.


Breakside ǀ Commons ǀ Double Mountain ǀ Fort George ǀ Gigantic ǀ Migration

Hall of Pie 

Bakeshop ǀ Grand Central Bakery ǀ Lovejoy Bakery ǀ Lauretta Jean’s ǀ Sweedeedee ǀ Salt & Straw ǀ Organic Valley 


Every year, Edible Portland magazine asks the community to reflect on the people and businesses who are making the greatest strides toward creating a robust regional food system that is environmentally sound and socially just. We pick the top four nominees in each of the following categories: Farm, Restaurant, Food Artisan, Beverage Artisan, Nonprofit/Educator, and Retailer. Then we open it for a public vote. Voting begins May 9. Meet all of the Local Hero Award nominees and learn about what makes them special at www.edibleportland.com. 

EVENT DETAILS: Edible Portland’s Local Hero Awards at Ecotrust

When: June 12, 5:30 to 10 pm

Nell Newman talks at 6:15 pm

Awards begin at 6:45 pm

Feasting begins at 7:30 pm

Where: Ecotrust, 721 NW 9th Avenue, Portland, OR 97209


All proceeds support Ecotrust’s work to build a resilient regional food system. Tickets are limited. Get yours today!

Purchase tickets: www.ecotrust.ticketleap.com/localhero/

$65: All-inclusive ticket – the price of admission includes the keynote by Nell Newman, the awards ceremony, barbecue, beer, and Hall of Pie 

$50: Food and drink only (entry at 8 pm)

Learn more: 

About the event: www.ecotrust.org/localhero 

About the nominees: www.edibleportland.com  

Purchase tickets: www.ecotrust.ticketleap.com/localhero/

Follow the excitement on Twitter and Instagram: #localfoodhero


Caped Crusaders: New Seasons Market, Nicky USA, One PacificCoast Bank Foundation, Oregon Brewers Guild, Organic Valley, Pacific Natural Foods, Sustainable Business Oregon, Willamette Week

Trusty Sidekicks: Espe Floral, Food Front Cooperative Grocery, Grand Central Bakery, Oregon Business Magazine, Oregon Culinary Institute, Oregon Cultural Trust, Por Que No?, PSU Institute of Sustainable Solutions

About Edible Portland

Edible Portland is published four times a year by Ecotrust. The free publication, available at local farmers’ markets, grocery stores, restaurants, cooking schools, and other locations throughout the region, addresses food and farming issues and shares untold tales from the local food community. Advertising and subscription information is available at www.edibleportland.com. @edibleportland

About Ecotrust

For more than twenty years, Ecotrust has converted $80 million in grants into more than $800 million in assets for local people, businesses, and organizations from Alaska to California. Ecotrust’s many innovations include co-founding an environ­mental bank, starting the world’s first ecosystem investment fund, creating a range of programs in fisheries, forestry, food, farms, and social finance, and developing new scientific and information tools to improve social, economic, and environmental decision-making. Ecotrust works locally in ways that promise hope abroad, and it honors and supports the wisdom of Native and First Nation leadership in its work. Learn more at www.ecotrust.org. @ecotrust

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