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Connecting the dots between the field and my plate.

Urban Foraging: Figs from a Neighbor

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Two Thousand Five Hundred Posts? Really?

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Corn Salad: Distillation of Late Summer

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Hopworks Celebrates Tenth Anniversary with Salmon-Safe IPA Festival

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Guest Essay: Time to Zero in on the Farm Bill

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Lost Valley Farm Still Operating While Court Cases Pending

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Got Tomatoes? Get Gazpacho!

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Guest Essay: Key Fisheries Act Under Attack

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Killing It: Camas Davis on Fresh Air

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Farm Bulletin: It's Chester Time!

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In a Slump? Just Add Peaches!

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Spritzers: Simple Summer Sippers

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In Discussion: Lost Valley Farm and Mega-Dairies in Oregon

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Fava Beans: To Peel, or Not to Peel?

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Lost Valley Farm: Governor Under Pressure to Shut Down Mega-Dairy

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In Season: Summer's Tsunami Starts Now

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The Farm Bill and Hungry Oregonians: Why Care?

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On my visit to Queener Farm in Scio, farm partner Nick Routledge showed me how they graft apples to take advantage of the old rootstock, using traditional grafting methods to jumpstart the production of new varieties.

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Queener Farm: Restoring an Orchard, Sharing It Through a CSA

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Guest Essay: What Does Real Change in Our Food System Look Like?

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Touching Up My Roots: Spanish Rice

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Travels with Chili: Lopez Island Idyll

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Not Your Mother's Boiled Vegetables: Italian Bagna Cauda

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