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Before they can make a dash through the coop's open door, I hoist the round metal feeder from its hook and squat-walk backward until I can stand straight again. I turn my back on the flock, fill the feeder and crouch back into the coop. I am one-
Olympia residents have easier access to affordable fruits and vegetables than any other city in the nation, according to a Gallup poll. Released this week, the poll reports that 96.6 percent of Olympia residents find it easy to get fresh produce...
In place of its regular business meeting, the Olympia City Council will hold a special study session at 7 p.m...The agenda includes a discussion on the comprehensive plan update, specifically in regard to urban corridors and urban agriculture. Urban
Imports moved from US$938 million to US$959 million for the same period, an increase of US$21 million. The JAS president wants Jamaicans to make a more concerted effort to support local farmers and, in the process, help to grow the economy. "I charge
Producing food in Northwest Colorado always will be more of a challenge than it would be in milder climates. But there's no denying that there is a growing interest here in the satisfaction, nutritional benefits and sustainability that comes with
Regional food hubs help meet consumer demand for local food by aggregating products from local farmers.
Foods , in that it doesn't handle any of the packaging or delivery of the food. That's all left to the farmers. "We want our customers to be able to build relationships with their local food merchants," CitySprout CEO Will Trienens said in an
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Library seeking vets with tattoos The Santa Clara County Library District is joining other library systems that are seeking Iraq and Afghanistan veterans to participate in "War Ink," an online exhibit of tattoo art. The multimedia exhibit will
This week marks the end of winter quarter at The Evergreen State College. We used to call it finals week when I was a student at the University of Washington and Western Washington University 45 years ago. Old-timers remember the drill around finals: