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Freshwater Mussels Of The Willamette

A large population of native freshwater mussels has been found thriving in an urban stretch of the Willamette. But what do they really tell us about the health of the river?

Food | Family | local | NW Life | Oregon Field Guide

The Sweet Taste Of Autumn At Cedar Creek Grist Mill

A picturesque gristmill in southwest Washington state revives the joys of nostalgic traditions.

Food | local | NW Life | Animals | Oregon Field Guide

Truffle Dogs Sniff Out Culinary Gold In Oregon Forests

With the help of dogs, the Oregon Truffle Festival is elevating the international reputation of Oregon truffles.

Food | Books | Arts | Oregon Art Beat

The Meaning Of Food For Award-Winning Author Diana Abu-Jaber

Author and Portland State University Professor Diana Abu-Jaber has a cultural connection to the food she often writes about.

Food | Arts | Oregon Art Beat

Sarah Hart Gilds ‘Food Of The Gods’ At Alma Chocolate

Sarah Hart makes gold-covered chocolate icons inspired by the Latin root of cacao — "food of the gods."

Food | Arts | Oregon Art Beat

Sebastian Cisneros' Chocolate Brings Ecuador To Oregon

Portland chocolatier Sebastian Cisneros uses chocolate to stay connected to his Edcuadorian culture

Food | Arts | Oregon Art Beat

Ice Cream That Takes Its Cue From Art

Portland ice cream maker Jared Goodman takes inspiration from works of art when creating his elaborate sundaes

Food | local | NW Life | Oregon Field Guide

Saving The Northwest's Eulachon Smelt

Can the Northwest's huge runs of eulachon smelt be preserved?

Food | News | local | Oregon Field Guide

'Tastes Like Chicken': An Invasive Species BBQ

A group of ecologists cook up a clever way to address the problem of invasive species — one bite at a time.

Food | Agriculture | Oregon Field Guide

Apple Detectives Try To Save Thousands Of Varieties

Fruit sleuths play detective to learn what kinds of apples grow on old trees.