The Rogue Flavor guide helps you connect with some of the best agricultural and artisan foods in the world.
"We are so fortunate to live in this beautiful and bounteous region with a population attuned to quality of life issues, especially regarding food and drink. When we encourage local artisans and growers, we are setting a standard of honest quality that benefits everyone."
Al & Virginia Silbowitz
Grizzly Peak Winery
"It's important to buy local to support businesses that are putting money back into the local economy. Supporting local farmers is a sustainable way to feed ourselves for the future."
ByGeorge Farm & Creamery
"Supporting our own farmers and food producers not only keeps our local economy strong, it also helps build a strong, vibrant, resilient countryside, keeping rural lands in food production while building regional food security for all of us. It fosters the interdependence that's vital to a healthy community."
Whistling Duck Farm & Store
Buy Local - Buy Rogue business members are independent, locally owned businesses who are committed to this region and its quality of life.
by Jackie Markin
When Michael “TonTon” Antonopolous talks passionately about the vision for his business in Talent, Oregon you can almost see it: A vibrant corner with family and friends hanging out, food vendors, casual dining, beer and wine,...
by Jackie Markin
What’s inside the box? Lettuce, broccoli, squash, maybe some carrots? For members of the Siskiyou Sustainable Cooperative, coordinator Maud Powell says it’s a little like Christmas every week—it’s always a surprise to see...
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