January 1, 2013
Northwest meats and produce available in the winter
With the main growing season behind us, it's important to remember that eating locally in autumn and winter is still possible. This simple guide will help you plan your meals.
If you're not sure where to find a specific product, please contact us for recommendations.
Fruit and Nuts
by Nate Rafn Living in Oregon, we know that fresh berries act as seasonal indicators. Their availability and level of ripeness tell us ...
by Nate Rafn The EPA, FDA, and NOAA recently released a report about seafood safety in relation to the nuclear disaster in Japan. I was a...
by Nate Rafn Until recently, Scio Poultry Processing was one of only two United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) inspected poult...
by Nate Rafn Goats are fascinating animals. They have a varied diet, which includes plants that other livestock refuse to eat. Goats wi...
by Nate Rafn Honeybees play a vital role, both in nature and in agriculture. They are responsible for pollinating many of our fruit and v...
This week E.Z. Orchards celebrates the birthday of its founder, Edward Zielinski, a family farmer who's life-long efforts have had a maj...
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde and Aprovecho are partnering to offer a Permaculture Design Certificate Course this winter.