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Rules and roadblocks make farmland difficult to farming 3.3.2010 Seattle Times: Opinion
Bruce Ramsey's editorial column tells the story of Steve Capeder, who would create a destination farm in King County if only the regulators weren't so difficult.
Soil bacteria may offer drug to treat roundworm 2.3.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Flying into a row 2.3.2010 BBC: Science
Support sought for Bristol airport expansion
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Ten top eco ski lodges and hotels 2.3.2010 The Guardian -- Front Page
Add a green glow to your ski holiday by staying in one of these stylish mountain retreats, from low-impact plush 'pods' in Switzerland to a 100-year-old French chalet 1. Alta Terra, Lavigerie, France A stone's throw from the laid-back village of Lavigerie, in the volcanic Auvergne region - one of France's most undiscovered ski destinations - this lodge ticks all the boxes. Once a faded 1920s hotel, it is now a cool, eco-friendly B&B, renovated using local materials (wood abounds). Kick back in the sauna, hammam and outdoor hot tub after a hard day's cross-country skiing or snowshoeing, before re-fuelling on local, organic food (every other night the table d'hote menu is vegetarian). Next morning, expect a feast of cheese, ham and yogurt ...
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Earth To Earth...: Amelia replaces Urban Earth Garden Shop 2.3.2010 Twin Cities Daily Planet
The Urban Earth Garden Co-op store has closed. At the annual meeting on January 28 members voted and passed resolutions to terminate business operations and dissolve the Co-op. Unfortunately, the current economic downturn and street closing were significant challenges this year. MORE » By: staff Copyright: ©2010 Uptown Neighborhood ...
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California FarmLink nurtures next generation of farmers 2.3.2010 San Jose Mercury News: Breaking News
djones@santacruzsentinel.com SOQUEL — Bruce Manildi's grandfather started his truck farm in 1905 on 36 acres a few miles up winding Glen Haven Road, traveling by horse-drawn wagon to Santa Cruz to hawk the vegetables he grew.
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Suit seeks to bar genetically modified sugar beets 1.3.2010 SFGate: Business & Technology
Suit seeks to bar genetically modified sugar beets
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Suit seeks to bar genetically modified sugar beets 1.3.2010 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
Organic farmers fear this year's spring breezes will be carrying pollen from genetically altered sugar beets, which they say could render their crops worthless, and they hope to persuade a federal judge this week to halt the plantings nationwide.
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Suit seeks to bar genetically modified sugar beets 1.3.2010 AP Business
PHILOMATH, Ore. (AP) -- Organic farmers fear this year's spring breezes will be carrying pollen from genetically altered sugar beets, which they say could render their crops worthless, and they hope to persuade a federal judge this week to halt the plantings nationwide....
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Foodie paradise in Berkeley 28.2.2010 LA Times: Most Emailed
Foodie paradise in Berkeley
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The aim: Healthy lunches 28.2.2010 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
The aim: Healthy lunches
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Looking forward to better times 28.2.2010 Star Tribune: Business
Some important Minnesota companies have raised their 2010 earnings guidance after seeing stronger sales in the fourth quarter.
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Unreason marches on | Henry Miller 27.2.2010 Guardian: Science
As celebrities endorse nonsensical diets and journalists lend credence to anecdote over science, are we heading for disaster? Will anecdote, rumor and buzz oust science as the basis for individual decision-making and public policy? If so, will it give rise to societal disintegration and disaster? Climate historian and physicist Spencer Weart thinks it's possible Weart mused recently on what a historian 200 years from now might say about early 21st century discussions of climate change, but his speculations are also relevant to other areas of science. Weart predicted that a future historian might conclude: "The media coverage [of East Anglia Unversity's controversial climate change emails ] represented a new low ... As we know, the ...
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Cloud Cult's lead singer has his head in, well, the clouds 26.2.2010 Twincities.com: News
With another album on the way, a little rest, a new baby in the family and sweet immersion in art and music, Cloud Cult is mostly sunny.
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U.S. making tougher organic meat, milk rules 26.2.2010 Chicago Tribune: Business
U.S. making tougher organic meat, milk rules
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Paso Robles: The best wine region you may not know 26.2.2010 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
The February issue of a respected wine industry trade publication gives only one of the world's wines both a rarefied 98 score and the top spot in the "highly recommended" section.
Paso Robles: The best wine region you may not know 26.2.2010 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
The February issue of a respected wine industry trade publication gives only one of the world's wines both a rarefied 98 score and the top spot in the "highly recommended" section.
Paso Robles: The best wine region you may not know 26.2.2010 SFGate: Business & Technology
Paso Robles: The best wine region you may not know
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Paso Robles: The best wine region you may not know 26.2.2010 AP National
PASO ROBLES, Calif. (AP) -- The February issue of a respected wine industry trade publication gives only one of the world's wines both a rarefied 98 score and the top spot in the "highly recommended" section....
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Town Talk 24.2.2010 Vail Colorado: Editorials
Lost wallet Black wallet lost at Riverwalk Theatre on Friday night. Please help! No questions asked - I desperately need my driver's license. Call Lia at 970-390-9078 or 970-390-3163. Thank you! Submit to Town Talk Tell us what's going on around town so we can talk about it. E-mail: towntalk@vaildaily.com; Call: 970-748-2933. Submissions must be received by noon prior to the day of desired publication. Thanks for all the photo submissions. We really appreciate them, and we want you to have your photos back! Please pick up your photos at the front office of the Daily within 30 ...
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