ZeroFoodprint Celebrates Earth Day in Portland

Restaurants in Portland (and all over the world) will be going carbon-neutral for the day on Saturday, April 20th in support of ZeroFoodprint, including all of our event partners and the PokPok Restaurants. Stay tuned for the full list.

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Launch Party

Fighting climate change has never tasted so good! Party with a purpose this Earth Day (April 22nd) to celebrate with Coquine, Erizo, and Kachka as they join ZeroFoodprint in launching Portland's Carbon Free Dining Movement. Feast on 5+ courses designed to demonstrate how delicious doing the right thing can be (beverages and service included). 100% of your $150 ticket price for this one time collaboration will fund the restaurant's efforts to go carbon free in 2019.

Featuring courses from chefs: Jacob Harth (Erizo), Katy Millard (Coquine), Bonnie Morales (Kachka, Kachinka), Anthony Myint (Mission Chinese, San Francisco), Nate Tilden (Bar Casa Vale, Erizo, Clyde Common, Olympia Provisions). Buy tickets here.

Earth Day Weekend Dining

Can’t make the dinner? Each of the participating restaurants will be featuring one of their ZeroFoodprint Launch Party dishes on their menus Saturday, April 20th - Monday, April 22nd. All profits from these dishes will go to support the restaurant’s effort to go carbon neutral.

Make your reservations today!

Coquine

Erizo

Kachka

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Sponsored by Ecotrust

Sponsored by Ecotrust

Farm to table 2.0

"Can Dirt Save the Earth?" The answer, is yes! Learn about carbon farming and meet the chefs, producers, activists, and advocates trying to create a delicious, resilient, and sustainable food system centered on building healthy soil.

US Rep. Earl Blumenauer, 3rd District of Oregon
Katy Millard, Chef, Coquine
Kristin Ohlson, Author, Soil Will Save Us
Kathryn Quanbeck, Director of Business Dev., Carman Ranch
Anthony Myint, Co-Founder ZeroFoodprint, Mission Chinese Food
Moderated by Karen Leibowitz, Author, Restaurateur, Sustainable Food Advocate