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The Southwestern Oregon Food System Collaborative is a group of local organizations who have come together around the idea of creating a thriving and resilient local food system in Coos, Curry, and Douglas counties. Their first project, the Seafood Project, is a multi-faceted endeavor to improve the lives of fisherman and crew, increase access to local seafood on the south coast, and improve the overall economic well-being of the south coast. Initial investigation of opportunities include: cold-storage, improving distribution, facilitating demand for local wild-caught seafood products, increasing access to locally caught seafood, improving access to infrastructure, and catalyzing local wealth creation.

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Check out SWOFSC’s Facebook page here or check out this Take Root article from Boat to Table.