Audra Mulkern’s work literally puts female farmers back in the picture. Her Female Farmer Project photographs and Women’s Work film documentary reveal previously hidden stories.
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Sound Consumer, September/October 2021 | Issue No. 565
A groundbreaking new PCC partnership is bringing more choices and far greater opportunities for food banks to choose nutritious foods that meet their clients’ needs.
Anne-Marie Bonneau, “The Zero-Waste Chef,” has practical advice and lots of inspiration for reducing plastic and food waste. Check out her tips and a classic zero-waste recipe.
Noted mycologist Paul Stamets is collaborating with Washington State University researchers to study how mushroom extracts might protect endangered honeybees.
Regenerative agriculture has become an everyday term over the past decade when talking about sustainable farming. We look at what the term really means and why it has become so important.
Victoria Plumage’s goal: Growing native plants to make them more accessible to Native people living in Seattle. “It’s about food, and our traditional medicines—about so many things that people don’t realize are connected to plants.”
Are plant-based milks better for your health than dairy-based milks? Are they better for the environment? See how different types of milk rank in both categories.
Calcium is an essential nutrient to the human body, and researchers vigorously debate who should consider calcium supplementation and why.
Following a comprehensive review sparked by customer concerns, PCC no longer sells white sage essential oils or dried white sage and sweetgrass bundles.
Women who’ve overcome adversity have a hard time finding work once they’re clean, sober, and stable. Enter Ground Up, a Portland-based nut butter company making a delicious difference.
A talk with Ocean Beauty Seafoods, one of PCC’s distributors, led to eliminating nearly 100,000 waxed cardboard boxes a year from landfills.
October is National Seafood Month, and PCC is stocked up on previously frozen Alaskan Sockeye and Bristol Bay Chinook salmon that meet our strict sourcing standards.
Membership is the core of our co-op and comes with a range of benefits. In the first half of this year, we have added nearly 5,500 new members.
Join us at a PCC member event to hear from Harvest Against Hunger, a nonprofit agency helping our farm-to-food-bank program succeed.
Peat in compost • Whitewashing history? • Testing turmeric
Dairy-free delivery • Dropping dicamba plans • Language and biodiversity • Rising avocado demand • Pioneering farmer dies • Mechanical pollination • Salmonella outbreak report • Farmworker dangers • Butterfly conservation • Fossil fuel divestment • Organic Center calculator • Chemicals in cosmetics • Pongamia tree oil • Wine and yeast • Manatee deaths • Functional food sales
Meet Thuy Pham from Burien PCC and Kristopher Walker from Kirkland PCC!