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Sound Consumer, June 2006

An update to our report in April 2005: Ocean aquaculture

The oceans lapping on our shores are more vast and wild than our country’s prairie and our last and greatest public asset. Legislation to open our oceans to polluting, private industry is being promoted by speculators, corporate investors and bureaucrats who envision factory feedlots three to 200 miles offshore.

The oceans lapping on our shores are more vast and wild than our country’s prairie and our last and greatest public asset. Legislation to open our oceans to polluting, private industry is being promoted by speculators, corporate investors and bureaucrats who envision factory feedlots three to 200 miles offshore.

PCC Farmland Trust

Announcing the purchase of a new farm in King County. Also “Fields That Dream,” a book by Jenny Kurzwell — 50 percent of the proceeds benefit the Farmland Trust.

Announcing the purchase of a new farm in King County. Also “Fields That Dream,” a book by Jenny Kurzwell — 50 percent of the proceeds benefit the Farmland Trust.