A Community Supported Fishery (CSF) is an alternative way of buying seafood which connects you with the source of who caught your seafood along with the where and when it was caught. Purchasing straight from the source allows you to circumvent big seafood – global supply chains often dominated by large industrial operations – which now more than ever are proving unreliable and totally unsustainable, as a means of fishing and seafood distribution.
Port Orford Sustainable Seafood’s CSF aims to cut those corporate links out of the supply chain ultimately leading to a better product, with a clear path from the fisherman to your table. When you sign up to be a member of our CSF you can know that your dollars are directly benefiting the Port Orford fishermen that caught it, as well as the team of locals who processed and delivered it. You are helping solidify a way of life in Port Orford, and ultimately preserving the town’s fishing heritage.
Vegetables from Elkton Community Education Center’s seasonal market garden are available from May through October with peak time being July and August. The plants in their native plant nursery are for sale throughout their ‘open’ season, which is Memorial Day...
Food truck offering delicious Mexican delicacies including street tacos, burritos, nachos and more. Location primarily next to Riley Auto Parts in south Coos Bay but check their Facebook page for daily location.