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Marie’s Bees

Pollinators are the unsung heroes of food production, and we've only just begun to get that message out into the world and learn how to protect and nurture our bee population. If you haven't heard of Marie's Bees, let us…
Maressa Valliant
November 27, 2019
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Cascadia Mushrooms

It’s rare that a delicious food can have a positive impact on the environment. As a conscientious consumer, we try to minimize the environmental impact of the food we eat. Tasty, nutritious food that positively impacts the ecosystem is a…
Maressa Valliant
November 12, 2019
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Sauk Farm

The Japanese language has a concept called “Kaizen”. This roughly translates as “continuous improvement.” It’s a concept often used in business to describe ways of making processes more efficient. Companies like Toyota have used this principle to reduce costs and…
Maressa Valliant
October 2, 2019
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Boldly Grown Farm

The long, cold, rainy stretches do present a challenge when it comes to food, though. While the summer months are loaded with everything from berries and plums to tomatoes and squash, it can be more challenging to find fresh, locally…
Maressa Valliant
August 1, 2019
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Tortillas con Madre

Traditional cooking methods are traditions for a reason. Mothers and fathers teach their children, and the children make slight improvements over generations. In many cases it’s hard to imagine these processes getting any better. Hand-made pasta using traditional Italian methods…
Maressa Valliant
July 31, 2019
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Kebab Casual

Building community one bite at a time By Alex Smith The concept of “fast casual” is one that’s gaining momentum, and for good reason. Getting high quality food cooked right in front of you and ready to eat in minutes…
Maressa Valliant
June 25, 2019
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Home Farm

By: Ruby Dombek June 2019 Daniel Burdick grew up on a farm in Connecticut and has always wanted to return to his roots. Starting a farm was a chance to reconnect to the land and the community. He wants people…
Maressa Valliant
May 30, 2019