While we may not think about seed when eating breakfast or helping our children into their cotton pajamas at night, seed is the foundational step in feeding and clothing ourselves.
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Sound Consumer, September 2011
Initiative 1130 for cage-free eggs in Washington state will not be on the November ballot after all.
University farms have been around since the turn of the century. The University of Washington (UW) hosts a student farm these days, but it doesn’t look like a typical plot of row crops.
Overshadowed by olive oil and other fats for decades, butter’s making a comeback. In 2005, for the first time since 1957, Americans ate more butter than margarine.
Fresh corn is such a simple late-summer pleasure. Its milky creaminess captures the essence of the season and needs no more adornment than a rub of butter. If you’re feeling adventurous, however, the following recipes offer fun twists to use this sweetest of seasonal vegetables.
Join our first “Celebrate organic!” tour of farms in the Snoqualmie Valley, a beautiful and unspoiled agricultural region in the shadow of metropolitan Seattle.
Farming and family values · GMOs in non-organic corn? · From Facebook · Avoiding soy protein isolate · Chemically treated fish · 7th Generation, Teach for America · Nitrates in organic hot dogs · A cure for Crohn’s disease
“Natural” isn’t natural · Organic vs. no-till · Farm-to-School ends · Climate chaos losses · Chemical trespass · Metal bottles with BPA · Nonstick cookware and ADHD · Ending ethanol subsidies? · Downer hogs · GE rice settlement · GE labels worldwide · GE costs
This month reporting on apples, nectarines, Washington peach producers, the organic grape crop, Reed avocados, wild mushrooms, sweet corn and peas, stone fruits, nuts, honeybee losses and the sustainability of yellowfin tuna.
Fall member meeting · Goldie Caughlan retires · Board report · Next board meeting · Board recruitment begins