PMC In the Media
Monocle Radio Interviews Camas Davis
Markus Hippi, host of Monocle Magazine’s food-oriented radio show, “The … More »
Camas Davis Interviewed on “The Job” podcast
I had the delightful opportunity to visit Needmore Design’s offices … More »
Camas Davis Interviewed Live by Jian Ghomeshi
I had the pleasure of being a guest on the … More »
Martha Stewart Loves the PMC!
Martha Stewart handpicked ten “tastemakers” to honor for her 2nd annual American Made Awards in New York City and Camas Davis (and the Portland Meat Collective) is one of them! More »
Whole Animal Butchery: Camas Davis Cuts Into Meat Issues
Whole Food’s brilliantly put together digital magazine, Dark Rye, features … More »
Lessons in Transparency: Camas Davis’ TedX Talk
This summer I had the pleasure of giving a TedX talk all the way up in Sitka, Alaska. More »
Camas Davis Speaks at Creative Mornings
Watch the video here! “Our speaker at the June 2013 … More »
Radio MD Interview
“Healthy Eating Through Bacon? First, Know Your Pig”
New York Times Magazine: The Proper Way to Eat A Pig
New York Times Magazine, April 7, 2013
This American Life: Run Rabbit, Run! No, Really, Run!
I had the exciting opportunity to turn the “Messy Middle” … More »
The Messy Middle: After a rabbit-napping, the real absurdity–and uncertainty–begins.
Oregon Humanities Magazine, Summer, 2012.
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Five years ago, I started the Portland Meat Collective. Last year, I helped three communities in Washington and California start their own Meat Collectives. This year, I launched the Meat Collective Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission it is to help individuals and communities across the country start their own Meat Collectives. We just launched our website!
Last April I managed to raise nearly $30,000 on Kickstarter so that I could help other people start their own Meat Collectives in their own communities. With some of that money, I helped the Olympia Meat Collective and Seattle Meat Collective launch in Washington State. Both have held a handful of sold-out classes in the past six months. While they are still feeling their way into their communities and clientele, they continue to learn and refine and customize the Meat Collective model for themselves. And I love watching them and supporting them in their efforts.
So it is with great excitement that yet another Meat Collective has launched! One of the Kickstarter campaign’s very enthusiastic backers, Jon Gonzalez, has just launched the El Dorado Meat Collective in El Dorado County, California. Jon came up to Portland to observe a few classes this summer, and we had many exchanges of emails and phone conversations, but largely he pulled it all together himself.