Feed: Fall/Winter 2020

From the Director: What It Means to Be Seen

Editor's Note: Feed

What's Growing in John Day

One rural Oregon town’s plan for the future starts in the greenhouse.

Kitchen Ghost

Family culinary traditions hold a tangle of identity, history, and hurt.

Stepping Up in Southern Oregon

Ashland’s volunteer meal providers adapt to the pandemic

Things Gleaned

The ancient practice of salvaging surplus food is seeing a twenty-first-century revival.

Mama Will Feed You

A mother’s journey through cultural reclamation, changing food systems, and the new wave of mutual aid


A search for belonging and connection through event feeds

Preserving Food, Cheating Death

Why the pandemic keeps us putting up

Dead Horses

The complicated education of a White person growing up among the Siletz

Eid al-Adha, Festival of Sacrifice

A return to Egypt offers one last chance at reconciliation.


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People, Places, Things

Discussion Questions and Further Reading