Monday, March 20, 2000

PRESS

* Updated August 2nd, 2011 *- a bit o' press


PRESS

Willamette Week - Best of Portland 2011: Best People - 'Best Goat Delivery', by Liz Crain - July 27th, 2011


KBOO Locus Focus - Portland's Food Zoning Code Update Project, by Barbara Bernstein - June 20th, 2011

Portland Mercury - Make Way for the Parking Lot! Customers Fight Les Schwab's Plan to Boot Farm Shop, by Sarah Mirk - June 9th, 2011

The Sellwood BEE - Community Celebration: A Day at Naomi's Organic Farm Supply, by Eric Norberg - June 2011

Neighborhood Notes – Urban Gardening: Get the Dirt, by Hannah Aronowitz – June 6th, 2011

Cooking Up a Story - Video of Naomi in Part 1 of Raising Backyard Chickens - released May 2011 (filmed by Rebecca Gerendasy in 2010)

Home Wizards, CBS Radio Los Angeles - Naomi on Raising Chickens in Your Backyard, with Cindy Dole - May 28th, 2011

Koin TV News at 6, interview with Naomi - May 21st, 2011

The Oregonian - Les Schwab Could Show It Values Community By Letting Naomi's Organic Farm Supply Stay On Southeast Portland Lot, by Anna Griffin - May 19th, 2011

Change.org - Turnips-versus-Tires: Les Schwab May Kick Out Organic Farm Store, by Sarah Parsons - May 20th, 2011

Oregon Culinary Institute - The Sideyard Farm Visits Naomi's Organic Farm Supply / Part 4, Video - May 19, 2011

Cooking Up a Story / Food News Wire – Naomi’s Organic Farm Supply Hoping to Stay in Neighborhood, by Rebecca Gerendasy – May, 16, 2011

Cooking Light - Portland's Food Rules - No. 3 Farm Animals Are At Home Here, by Liz Crain - May, 2011

Sunset Magazine - One Perfect Day in Portland's Sellwood Neighborhood, April 2011

People's Co-op Grassroots Newsletter - Livestock & Planting Remedies to Soothe Your Spring Fever, by Naomi Montacre - Spring 2011 (this issue not online yet)

In Good Tilth Magazine - Naomi's Urban Organic Hub, by Naomi Montacre - March / April 2011 (this issue not online yet)

Neighborhood Notes - Building Chicken Coops From Upcycled Materials, by Spencer Morris - March 2nd, 2011

Farmrun – Interviews with Naomi: On Business Dynamics & On Leaping When Leaps Should be Leapt – November 6, 2010

Neighborhood Notes - Seasoned Veterans: Portland's Urban Farming Gurus, September 8th, 2010

Oregon Wine Press - Coop Scoop, September 1st, 2010

Sustainable Farming Institute - Naomi's Organic Farm Supply, August 18th, 2010

Cooking Up a Story - Visit to an Urban Agriculture Supply Store + Chicken-Keeping Video in progress, 2010

The Well Run Dry - Place-Making for People of Small Means, July 25th, 2010 + Video

KBOO Locus Focus - Urban Farming: The Importance of Eating Locally, with Barbara Bernstein - April 12, 2010

The Sellwood BEE - Naomi's Organic Farm Supply awaits Les Schwab decision, by Rita A. Leonard - April 6, 2010

CBS The Early Show - Pet Goats Leave Hoof Prints in Urban Homes, March 2010

USA Today - Goats fans, cities butting heads, by Judy Keen - March 3rd, 2010

Mitchell Snyder Architecture - Naomi's Organic Farm Supply, Feb 25th, 2010

The Oregonian Storefronts: Sellwood - Feb 11th, 2010

The Picaroon - Naomi's is the Bomb, February 2010

Sustainable Life - 'Loving the land,' for now An urban farm store springs from a vacant site on McLoughlin; but its days may be numbered, by Ellen Spitaleri in The Clackamas Review - Jan 19, 2010

Portland Monthly - The Chicks are Coming! Local resources for urban chicken farmers, By Kate Bryant, Feb 3rd, 2010

Willamette Week - Goats Are The New Chickens, Dec 30th, 2009

Neighborhood Notes - New Businesses in SE, Nov. 2009

The Oregonian - Sellwood/Westmoreland Naomi's Organic Farm Supply, Nov. 19th, 2009

Sustainable Life - Urban chickens top green pecking order, by Peter Korn in The Portland Tribune - February 12th, 2009
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2 comments:

David D said...

I love Naomi's and I'm really excited for all the good stuff they're bringing to the neighborhood, and for promoting organic urban farming and self-sustainability. Yay!!!!

Anonymous said...

I was driving my regular drive into town today along the 99 from Milwaukie and I saw the brand new sign. I thought oh my goodness! I know Naomi, she volunteered as part of my COG class this spring. Yeah! She has her own shop now. That is so exciting! I can't wait to check it out for myself.