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Three-part local food series starts Tuesday at Corvallis library

Three-part local food series starts Tuesday at Corvallis library

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Head brewer Paul Miller talks about the environmental practices used at Sky High Brewing and Pub during Corvallis Sustainability Coalition meeting at the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library. Miller will be on hand at the library to discuss the beverage business as part of a three-part local food forum.

The Corvallis Sustainability Coalition and the Corvallis-Benton County Economic Development Office are sponsoring a three-part local food forum, which begins Tuesday, May 7.

Tuesday’s first session is on grains and features Paul Harcombe of Harcombe Farm; April Hall Cutting, co-owner of Wild Yeast Bakery; and Sharon Gibson, director of food and nutrition services for the Corvallis School District.

On May 16 produce will be discussed, with presenters Rachel Ashley, co-owner of Rainshine Family Farm; Yadira Ruiz, co-owner of Sunbow Produce; Natalia Mikkola, produce manager for the south First Alternative Co-op; and Danielle Lewis, chef at Castor Kitchen & Bar.

The final session on May 30 features beverages. On the panel are Patrick Hayes, Oregon State University professor of crop and social science; Caitlin Prueitt, co-owner of Vivacity Spirits; and Paul Miller, head brewer at Sky High Brewing.

All three sessions start at 7 p.m. at the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library, 645 NW Monroe Ave.

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