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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.


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