Stamen Design offers the watercolor of Portland above in various sizes.
Sandrine Perez, who leads Nourishing Our Children, serves as the volunteer chapter leader.
The best way to connect with us is via Facebook:
Facebook Group: Nourished in Portland
Facebook Page: The Weston A. Price Foundation – Portland Chapter
Alternatively, we also have a largely silent Yahoo Group which has an archived file tab with a number of resources listed that include health practitioners, recipes and local food providers.
We do meet for potlucks, educational programs and farm tours. Fill out the contact form at the bottom to be added to our Evite list.
These are the dietary guidelines put forth by The Weston A. Price Foundation.
We have an Excel spreadsheet of local food and restaurants created by Renee Kimball. Please note that when you click on the link, the file will download to your computer. Notice the tabs at the bottom: Vocabulary, Food Sources, Chefs, Farm Supplies, Restaurants, Accommodation, and Education. Also note that we do continually discuss new resources in our community forums as they come up, so this spreadsheet may not have the very latest that we’ve discovered.
Here is a list of farmers markets in the city of Portland. Also, local is New Seasons, and a number of food cooperatives: The People’s Food Coop, The Alberta Coop, Know Thy Food Coop and Food Front Cooperative. Portland does have national grocery chains such as Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s.
We recommend the Weston A. Price Foundation’s Find Real Food App. It is also available as a web based shopping guide. The Shopping Guide is organized into best, good and avoid categories. The criteria by which products are categorized, is published on the Foundation’s website. You can type in your zip code and find local resources.
Here is our list of restaurants in the city in Portland; always evolving!
Please see this Oregon overview on the Real Milk Campaign’s website. Raw cow’s milk is not availabe for retail sale in Oregon. You can find raw goat’s milk in retail stores however at places like The People’s Food Coop, Know Thy Food and Food Front Cooperative.
Some of us who live in Northeast or North Portland drive to Vancouver, Washington just across the Columbia river where raw cow’s milk is legal for retail sale and we purchase raw cow’s milk at Chuck’s. They offer Dungeness Valley.
Herd shares in Portland
One can become a herd share member of Windy Acres Dairy Farm with drop off in the Ladd’s Addition neighborhood of SE Portland every other week. They also offer a variety of raw dairy products such as cream, yogurt, kefir. cheese and butter.
If you’d like to be invited to our chapter gatherings, let us know and we’ll add you to our Evite list! Also, feel free to ask additional questions you may have via the contact form below.
Visit the Weston A. Price Foundation for a wealth of information: