Oregon: The State of Being Green In southern Oregon's crunchy towns, everything is locally grown. Budget Travel Tuesday, Apr 21, 2009, 12:00 AM Union Creek Resort, in the Rogue River National Forest. (John Clark) Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

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Oregon: The State of Being Green

Union Creek Resort, in the Rogue River National Forest. (John Clark)
Fresh fruit at the Saturday Market in Eugene. (John Clark)
Ashland's Morical House Garden Inn. (John Clark)
The Saturday Market in Eugene. (John Clark)
Organic produce at Eugene's farmers market. (John Clark)
Crater Lake, in the Cascade Range. (Justin Bergman)
Penelope and Jeff Levin of MacLevin's Whole Foods, in Jacksonville. (John Clark)
GoodBean Coffee Company, in Jacksonville. (John Clark)
Berries for sale at the Eugene farmers market. (John Clark)
The Turkish bath at McMenamins Old St. Francis School, in Bend. (John Clark)
Morical House Garden Inn, in Ashland. (John Clark)
A growler of beer at Bend's Deschutes Brewery. (John Clark)
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