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"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
"I shop at the grower's market because I think it's important to feel empowered around money and choice. Supporting your community is important to make connections with other community members, and to build a thriving, sustainable economy that is good for the Earth, and your health and well-being."
RVGCM market customer
"One of the things we enjoy the most about farming is the connection we have with other farmers and the people of the Rogue Valley who enjoy and value the microgreens we grow. Thank you for supporting hard working local farmers."
Kyle and Christi Reilly
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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