As we celebrate our first spring inside our new urban creamery, we appreciate what got us here.

April 01, 2016

In 2007, Oregonian reporter Leslie Cole profiled Paul and Kathy Obringer of Ancient Heritage Dairy in Scio. Just one year after starting their creamery, their sheep's milk cheeses were beginning to attract attention in Portland and customers were flocking to their booths at local farmers markets. This is the story of their evolution from those beginnings.

Read the full article on Oregon Live.




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