As an Oregon winemaker, Andrew Rich knew he was within close proximity to two distinct grape growing regions: the Willamette Valley and Columbia Valley that afforded him certain advantages.
Food.Farmer.Earth newsletter: Staple Foods—A visit to a Fill Your Pantry event where eaters can buy staple foods in bulk direct from farmers. A chef video demonstrates how to make black-eyed peas and cornbread, the weekly roundup of interesting content from around the web, and more…
Fill Your Pantry, an annual post-harvest event sponsored by Ten Rivers Food Web and Willamette Farm and Food Coalition seeks to establish a regional food economy that benefits Willamette Valley farmers, consumers, and the local community.
Coming Tuesday: Chef Robert Wiley shows how to make black-eyed peas and cornbread. Find out the meaning of “Fill Your Pantry”, and how they may help develop new regional food markets.
March 16, 2010. Despite the successful outcome in September 2009 of a Federal lawsuit brought by The Center For Food Safety, Earth Justice, and other environmental groups against the USDA to require an environmental statement before allowing GM sugar beets to be grown, U.S. District Court Judge Jeffrey White ruled yesterday to allow the 2009 […]
Frank Morton, a Willamette Valley organic seed breeder shares his expert knowledge of how plant breeding techniques.
In Seeds of Life, Frank Morton, an organic seed breeder shares his concerns over the contamination threat of GMO sugar beets in the Willamette Valley.