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Spring with DCCFW!

Mark your calendar and join us for our Spring Up! Plant Sale

Saturday and Sunday April 27 and 28

Come shop for your spring gardening plant start needs at Dairy Creek Community Food Web’s Spring Up! Plant Sale
Plants will be sold in TWO locations on Saturday, April 27, and ONE location on Sunday, April 28
Pacific University has invited DCCFW to be part of their Bees and Trees Earth Week celebration, so plants will be on sale near Marsh Hall on the west side of the Pacific University campus on Saturday ONLY from 10am to 2pm.
Plants for sale will include tomatoes, leafy greens, onions, cabbage, corn, broccoli, strawberries, herbs, and more. The focus is on veggies, but in addition, there will be some flowering perennials, annuals, and shrubs available. In addition, special veggie treasures are being donated by sponsors Gales Meadow Farm, Blooming Junction, and Westwind Farm. Please plan to come early for the best selection.
DCCFW volunteers will be selling plants at the
Assembly of God Church 
Saturday April 27 from 10-2pm, and on Sunday April 28 1 to 3pm.
Assembly of God Church address: 1523 Pacific Ave. Forest Grove
We’d be delighted to add volunteers to our plant sale project
Questions? Please contact DCCFW at


About Us:

The Dairy Creek Community Food Web, named for the Dairy Creek watershed, is a 501c3 non-profit organization that strives to make connections within the local food system.

The DCCFW’s mission is to promote the local food community in Western Washington County by exchanging knowledge and resources to grow, process, share and celebrate nourishing food. 

We do this in the following five ways:
  • Strengthening local food systems by supporting pantries, agencies, and organizations.
  • Bringing schools, farms and gardens together to get the best of our harvests to our local kids.
  • Fostering the development of shared facilities like kitchens and public markets to enable a broader diversity of local food products to emerge.
  • Advocating for land use policies that promote growth and stability for local food systems.
  • Providing new and aspiring farmers with information and support as they develop their businesses.
To do this, the DCCFW provides educational programming, facilitates food harvest and cooking and food preservation workshops provided by OSU, and hosts community celebrations to promote local vendors. Partnerships with local governments, businesses, landowners, growers, gardeners, farmers, educators, and social service providers are essential in the creation of a more just, inclusive, extensive food network. Current community collaborations include the Forest Grove Grange, Adelante Mujeres, City of Forest Grove, FG/Cornelius Chamber of Commerce, Oregon Food Bank, Forest Grove Library, Meals On Wheels People, FG/Banks, faith community members, B St Permaculture Farm, Pacific University and the Forest Grove Senior & Community Center.

We envision a thriving food community in which all residents have the opportunity to grow, prepare and consume local food in order to support the health of the land and its people.


Market Sprouts Kids Club Story:Salud America

Publication: Western Washington County Community Food Assessment: Bridging the Gap Between Rural and Urban

Author and Researcher:
Jessica Abad , Resource Assistance for Rural Environments (RARE) AmeriCorps, Oregon Food Bank
Sharon Thornberry , Community Food Systems Manager, Oregon Food Bank
Megan Newell – Ching , Agency Capacity and Education Manger, Oregon Food Bank
Spencer Masterson , Community Resource Developer, Oregon Food Bank
Megan Newell – Ching , Agency Capacity and Education Manger, Oregon Food Bank
Spencer Masterson , Community Resource Developer, Oregon Food Bank
Bruce Bartlett , Food System Activist, Citizen Participation Organization Leader, Native of Washington County.


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