The festival is designed to "acknowledge the abundance of the Pacific Northwest and promote local consciousness regarding farms...and inspire local people to celebrate and express their connections to nature."
The first Monday of every month, through May 2012, Ninkasi has pledged to donate half of all the proceeds from beer sold at their tasting room to benefit Cascadia Wildlands. "Pints Gone Wild" began earlier this summer, as a cooperative effort to raise funds to further the causes supported by Cascadia Wildlands.
Story by Elisha Shumaker, EDN Photos by Brandon Preo, EDN It can be difficult for a teenager to find a job, especially in the current economic climate. It can be even more difficult to find a job that teaches them the skills needed to enter the work force, as well as the opportunity to participate
Story by Elisha Shumaker, EDN Photos by Brandon Preo, EDN One of Eugene’s most popular recreational past times, disc golf, is continuing to grow at exponential rates. Nationally, the sport has been seeing continual increases in participation of 15% annually, while more traditional activities, such as tennis and softball, are seeing steady declines in participants. Eugene
Brandon’s Bite of Eugene Brandon Preo, EDN The third annual Bite of Eugene festival took place this past Saturday. The sun was shining, spirits were lifted, and so were the scents of baked, grilled, boiled, chopped, and steamed food from dozens of local food establishments. Beyond the food, Bite of Eugene also offered cooking demonstrations,
Meet EDN's newest member - Brandon Preo. Photographer, traveler and new to Eugene.