Climate change seems certain to take a toll on Washington’s $40 billion annual agriculture industry, but the Northwest may be able to adapt better than other regions.
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Sound Consumer, October 2014
Learn how to choose what oils are best suited for specific cooking techniques or are best when used raw.
Oils add richness and healthy fats to a range of recipes, from vinaigrettes for salads and marinades, to inventive recipes such as the four presented here.
PCC and other businesses oppose recent changes to the National Organic Program that make it easier to keep using synthetic ingredients in organic foods.
A shocking 75 percent of packaged foods have some form of sugar added to the list of ingredients. Everything from applesauce to zucchini muffins is a potential source.
PCC’s advocacy work · Brand ownership brochure · PCC Farmland Trust · Synthetic vitamins · Climate change · Low-carb chocolate? · Badger brand is non-nano · Avoiding pesticides · Glyphosate film
Judge: Kauai GE law invalid · USFWS phases out GE · Butterflies and climate change · Broccoli power · Mercury in the oceans · Factory farming super PAC · Plastic from food byproducts? · Latinos move up on farms · First nutrient-enhanced GE · COOL upheld · Writers subpoenaed in pink slime lawsuit
Board meeting report · Next board meeting · Board outreach event · October is National Co-op Month · Board application deadline — October 14