Whether on bike or by car, more than a million people make this trip to Sauvie Island each year.
Portland Razor Co. finds itself in an artisan niche boom.
Twelve years ago, Bill Shanor and Julie Bonney drove outside Dillard, Oregon, and spent a weekend in a plywood-sided shack learning how to make moccasins. Soon after, they began holding moccasin workshops out of their garage in Ashland.
In 2009, Maria and Amen Fisher entered the bird real estate business in Florence.
It was no surprise to anyone when in 2009, Skyler Veek found a baby bull left for dead in a ditch, and took it home.
It takes a village to raise a child. In Tanzania—an African country roughly three times the size of Oregon— people in remote villages, hobbled by poverty and AIDS, take the sentiment literally.
In the southwest corner of Oregon, six miles from the California border, is unpretentious Brookings.