Sustainable and Regenerative Travel in Willamette Valley, Oregon



This episode of Big Blend Radio’s 2nd Tuesday “Food, Wine & Travel” Show features Dawnielle Tehama, the Executive Director of Willamette Valley Visitors Association, who discusses sustainable and regenerative travel in Willamette Valley, Oregon. Watch here in the YouTube player or download the podcast on Spreaker, Podbean, or SoundCloud.


Willamette Valley follows the Willamette River north to south for over 150 miles from the Mt. Hood Territory east of Portland to just south of Eugene. It is a quilt of cities and towns that offer unique experiences for everyone, from rural enclaves that pop up between expanses of farms and fields, to serene college towns with historic inns and classic main streets, to cities alive with culture and heritage, including the state capital of Salem. It also has the largest concentration of wineries and vineyards in Oregon.

Photos courtesy of Willamette Valley Visitors Association.


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