Community Meals

The Community Meals page has been updated. Changes changes. Business come and go. Services and institutions have changes in schedules. Any feedback about new or closing businesses and changes in schedules is greatly appreciated. Advertisements

Two pages have been added

Two pages have been added to this blog * “Locally Processed Foods” and “Restaurants and Catering. These pages have new entries and entries on other pages have been included when appropriate. No doubt there are other people/businesses which would qualify for the blog. If you are aware of any person or business that should be … Continue reading

Summer kids meal sites – 2013

Summer is almost here! You can make sure the kids in your community don’t miss out on the nutrition they need for healthy minds and bodies. Kids 1-18 are eligible to participate in the summer lunch program. It starts on June 17th.   Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon (PHFO) has a website listing all … Continue reading

The Keno farmers market has new hours – they are Fridays from 4 to 7 pm. The location is still the parking lot at Keno Open Bible Church, at the junction of Hwy 66 & Clover Creek Road. For more information contact Angela Reid at 541 882-1620.

Oregon Summer Meal Sites 2012: Klamath Falls | Free Summer Meals in Oregon

Free Meals for Kids Oregon kids and teens (ages 1 – 18) get free summer meals and fun. There are more than 500 meal sites in Oregon. Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon has a website which lists times and locations for all meal sites in Oregon. For information call 1-800-723-6638 or go to their … Continue reading

Klamath – Lake Food Explorer has evolved

Roopika finished her AmeriCorps assignment last July and this blog languished for many months. Recently it has been updated by folks from the Local Food Network committee of Klamath Sustainable Communities.    Some changes have been made and more are needed. Our plan is to keep information up-to-date as a resource for residents of … Continue reading

Another Meeting About Eating

I was trying to hold onto memories of warmth and humidity on the train back to Klamath Falls after my trip to India.  But as I peered out the windows, it was obvious I was passing through the high desert again.  Snow-covered sagebrush encroached on snow-covered farmland.  It was absolutely beautiful…but I was back to … Continue reading

Supporting Local Businesses – Maintaining Local Food Access

A few weeks ago, I attended the library’s film showing of the movie “Fresh:  New Thinking about What We’re Eating,” a movie that “celebrates farmers, thinkers, and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system.”  After the film, the library hosted a discussion – an opportunity to bring the conversation back home – … Continue reading

It is National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

Libraries are usually my first stop when I’m visiting a new town.  Not only do they have fabulous bulletin boards, but the librarians I’ve met are knowledgeable, friendly, and truly passionate about meeting the needs of their communities. So, after meeting some folks in Bly, at the food pantry and Senior Lunch, I stopped by … Continue reading

Rutabaga goes to Aerie Acre

My name has always been highly susceptible to manipulation. My last name, in particular, has experienced numerous alterations and renditions…”Super Onion,” “Superman,” “Submarine.”  I won’t go into the worst of them, for fear that they might catch on here in Klamath Falls, but whether I’m among new acquaintances or close friends, I have always been … Continue reading