Umpqua Local Goods

Newsletter

Hello and welcome!

This is the first edition of our newsletter. This is a handy tool to keep up to date on our latest events, news, and happenings at the store. Enjoy!

NEW PRODUCTS!

We are bringing in lots of new products! We now have salsa, drinks, chips, beer, wine, and juice! Come in and check it out!


If you have any suggestions of what products we should bring in next, please let us know!

News! News! News!

Buy Local, Think Local, and now . . . Drink Local

We are excited to announce that we will be expanding the store into the space next door into a coffee shop and broadening the range of products we offer. We plan to have more "grab and go" lunch items and borden our value-added food product selection. If you're interested in adding product that you think might be a good fit for the new cafe, please let us know.

Welcome Brandy! Our newest Retail Specialist!

Please give our newest Retail Specialist, Brandy, a warm welcome. She has an extensive retail and administrative background. We are very excited to have her!

Kitchen Space Available

We will have more time slots available to renters in April. You can check out the available times and pricing here. If your are interested or know of someone who is, please call Anna at 541-673-4909 or email Anna at ajen@nwumpqua.org.

New Food Dehydrator in Kitchen

We have bought new kitchen equipment to help our food producers add value to their food items. We have a brand new food dehydrator available for use in the Kitchen. Contact us at 541-673-4909 or email Anna at ajen@nwumpqua.org for availability.

Spring Event

Buy Local, Save Local: A farmer's Market fundraiser for Saving Grace Pet Adoption

Tuesday, May 20th, 10:30am-2:30pm

SE Cass Ave

Roseburg, OR

Phoenix Charter School, in partnership with Umpqua Local Goods and The Umpqua Valley Famer's Market is hosting a daytime farmer's market and fundraiser for Saving Grace Pet Adoption.

Saving Grace was chosen by the Phoenix School students as the charity they would like to help. While attending the Farmer's Market and buying your locally grown produce a portion of your purchase will got to Saving Grace.
Umpqua Local Goods is a social enterprise, created through a partnership between NeighborWorks Umpqua and Phoenix Charter School. A retail learning outlet for program participants and shared commercial kitchen for producers, everything found here is 'Uniquely Umpqua' and handcrafted by Douglas County residents. Stop by for a visit or contact us for more information.

All proceeds from sales funnel directly back into the program. By shopping at the store, you help support small businesses, invest in education and future community leaders, and strengthen the local economy.

We are continually working to improve. Contact us with comments and questions. We appreciate your support.