September 16, 2010
Welcome to the "Living Culture Blog." My intention for this new website is to share some of the day-to-day experiences I have with food, farmers, and the ongoing production of
Living Culture TV
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Gardening classes in Salem
Related Links Spring Gardening Guide www.livingcultureonline.blogspot.com Marion-Polk Food Share Community Gardens Program www.youtube.co...
Goat milk products and goat meat in Oregon
by Nate Rafn Goats are fascinating animals. They have a varied diet, which includes plants that other livestock refuse to eat. Goats wi...
The beauty and bounty of Salem's farmers' markets
Teal Creek Farms offers a wide variety of organic produce. Photo Essay by Nate Rafn Farmers' markets in Salem contribute greatly t...
Peanut Butter Oatmeal
by Nate Rafn When I was a child, my mother would make Peanut Butter Oatmeal for breakfast on "snow days" when the schools we...
Mushroom Resources in Oregon
by Nate Rafn Oregon is home to a wide array of edible mushrooms, both wild and cultivated. Wild mushrooms are often served at fine resta...
Allied Waste Services food-waste composting program, one year later
by Nate Rafn In May 2010, we reported on Allied Waste's food-waste composting pilot program in Salem. At that time, a handful of bus...
Fresh berries in the Willamette Valley and Columbia Gorge
by Nate Rafn Living in Oregon, we know that fresh berries act as seasonal indicators. Their availability and level of ripeness tell us ...
Butcher shop at Pastaworks offers good local meat selection
Noah Grobart and Ben Stern specialize in local meats at Pastaworks. by Nate Rafn The Pastaworks butcher shop on Hawthorne Boulevard i...