Fast Company


Portland’s first food hub is bringing the farm to a bigger table.
Foodie paradise Ecotrust food-systems expert Amanda Oborne’s research was the basis for the project design of the Redd on Salmon Street.

It’s easy enough to buy a handful of heirloom tomatoes at a local farmers’ market. But what if you need 400—or even 4,000—of them? What if you want to bring

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Fast Company

Fast Company1 min read
31 For Mainstreaming Niche Stories
If your literary tastes run toward lesbian hockey romances, zombie shark mysteries, or futuristic werewolf dramas, Wattpad has a title for you. The digital platform directs its 80 million monthly readers to stories from its 4 million self-published a
Fast Company1 min read
A Versatile Vase
A three-dimensional homage to Dutch artist Piet Mondrian’s simple and iconic geometric canvases, the Mondri vase can be flipped and turned to hold flowers in three different ways and accommodate various plant sizes. The minimalist vessel’s colorful,
Fast Company1 min read
Music for Every Moment
FROZEN’S “LET IT GO” OR “WHAT’S UP DANGER,” BLACK-WAY, BLACK CAVIAR My son loves both: We play them in the morning while we brush our teeth, get dressed, and dance. “HYPNOTIZE,” THE NOTORIOUS B.I.G. My driver’s license lapsed over 10 years ago, but w