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Also in this issue

Your co-op, June 2008

Annual membership meeting, Election outcome, Board meetings

More organic advantages

The good news about organic food and farming just keeps coming. Researchers from Iowa State University are reporting that a long-term study shows organic practices outpace chemically based farming in yield, profitability and improved soil quality.

The complexities of farmland preservation

Saving farmland is not just challenging and expensive: it’s also an art. Learn about potential projects that the PCC Farmland Trust is working on currently, and perhaps their biggest and most immediate project and partnership with Pierce County in the South Puyallup Valley region.