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Dean Kirkland

Good Stuff NW

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Connecting the dots between the field and my plate.

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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On-Farm Seed Production, Part Four: 'Peace, No War' Corn

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Lost Valley Farm Declares Bankruptcy, Halting Sale

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Eats Shoots and Leaves

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Earth Day, 2018: Celebrate with the Bees!

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Farm Bulletin: Owlets Growing Up

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Farm Life: Spring Tinged with Hope, Sadness

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Spring Lamb Means Get Out the Braising Pot!

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In Season: Tender Young Things

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On-Farm Seed Production, Part Three: 'Astiana' Sauce Tomato

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Lost Valley Defaults on Loans, Cows Will Be Sold

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An Oregon Dairyman Reclaims the Pasture

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It's Easter weekend and I can't think of anything more appropriate than my friend Nancy Harmon Jenkins's super-easy maple bread pudding, especially if you use the first of the season's local eggs from a farmer who raises her chickens on pasture. (A trip to

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On-Farm Seed Production, Part Two: Arch Cape Chicory

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Best Breakfast? Make Dave's Best Biscuits!

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Cows Living in Filth at Mega-Dairy While State Allows It to Continue Supplying Milk

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On-Farm Seed Production, Part One: The Ave Bruma Melon Project

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