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Operating with only a shoestring budget, a local chapter of Food Not Bombs provides a working model for communities around the nation to help fight hunger and reduce the damaging effects of income inequality.
While attending the recent Hood River Valley Harvest Fest in Hood River, Oregon, I saw Scott Cully, a master pumpkin carver working on a massive pumpkin. How big was it?
A commercial boatload of fresh Alaskan Copper River salmon arrived in the mail.
One of the top tourist sites in Alaska, the Childs Glacier is now only accessible by boat. The 56 mile Copper River Highway that leads from Cordova to the Million Dollar Bridge is no longer passable beyond mile 36.
In my previous post, I skimmed the surface of the massive regulations which the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed to reduce human exposure to pathogenic organisms originating from fresh fruits and vegetables. The draft Produce Safety and Preventive Controls (for handling facilities) regulations are the first steps towards implementing the Food Modernization Safety Act (FSMA) of 2010.