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Chasing nature 30.3.2011 Durango Herald
Editors note This is the first in a seasonal series on the lives of some local farmers.By Dale RodebaughHerald Staff WriterIts early spring, and the first cutting of hay on John Baughmans ranch east of Durango is still months away. But work to prepare for that period of intense activity is already under way.
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Charlie Trotter, a Leader Left Behind 30.3.2011 NYT: Home Page
The chef who put Chicago on the fine-dining map hardly seems to figure in the national food conversation anymore.

Runway to Green: Green plan for fashion industry 30.3.2011 Boston Globe: Latest
Runway to Green: Green plan for fashion industry
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Runway to Green: Green plan for fashion industry 30.3.2011 Seattle Times: Nation & World
Organic cotton and reusable bags are steps toward the greening of the fashion industry, but organizers of the Runway to Green project say considering the size, scope and celebrity of players such as Gucci, Burberry, Stella McCartney and Tommy Hilfiger, it can do much more.
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Oakland woman's cardboard bottle uses less plastic 29.3.2011 SFGate: Business & Technology
Oakland woman's cardboard bottle uses less plastic
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Sara Cox's other passion: organic food 29.3.2011 Guardian: Environment
Sara Cox talks about going organic, her doomed vegetable patch, and her favourite foods. I started to think about my diet and issues like organic food during my first pregnancy , about seven years ago. Like most women, I suppose being responsible for the nutrition of a little person for the first time focused my mind on what exactly I was putting into my (and their) body. I'm obsessed by food and flavours. I love roast dinners, simple avocado salads, spicy Vietnamese papaya salad, all fish and seafood, a good steak... my mum makes an amazing ham shank broth and I think that's definitely a contender for first prize. My favourite organic recipe is probably a huge batch of chilli con carne cooked with organic low fat British minced beef, tons of kidney beans, tomatoes and baked beans. The kids love it and I freeze it in loads of mini portions. I feel happier that the food I give my family has less pesticides or hormones in it. I think what products one chooses to buy organic is a very ...
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8 Cheap Ways to Eat Vegan (You Don't Have to be Rich to Eat Healthy) 29.3.2011 AlterNet
Eating vegan, or veganish, is about choosing to disengage from an industry that makes us sick, abuses animals, pollutes the planet, and squanders precious resources.
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Sonia Picone's nurturing touch is rooted in family's Redwood City garden 29.3.2011 San Jose Mercury News: Peninsula
Sonia Picone has a warm greeting for everyone, including her tomato plants. 'Hello my darlings,' she exclaims as she enters her backyard greenhouse filled with rows of starter plants in four-inch pots. There she nurtures 60 varieties of 3,000 organic plants, including beefsteak, cherry, classic, paste and pear tomatoes. One is named 'Maska's favorite,' after her mother Maska Pellegrini, who died in 2005.
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Home of the Week: An artist's abode in Pacific Palisades 27.3.2011 LA Times: Business
The four-level contemporary-style home is surrounded by gardens and opens to a view of the Santa Monica Mountains.

Tranquility with a touch of whimsy can be found in a contemporary-style home in Pacific Palisades that features an entertainment deck and swimming pool underneath stretched sailboat sails, which serve as a shade cover.


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Couple brew new business on Florida Mesa 27.3.2011 Durango Herald
A Florida Mesa couple are trying to do what hasnt been done in the Four Corners grow hops commercially.Cindy Schroeder and Mel Matis already are a year into their experiment. Their hops yard has 240 plants, potted as rootstock in an on-site greenhouse in March 2010 and planted last July.
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Compost's organic enhancement a natural for gardens 26.3.2011 Seattle Times: Local
We have made great strides in turning leaves, grass clippings, food scraps, manure and various other organics into valuable soil amendments such as compost. But leaving out a part of the process. We're not using enough of the final product.
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Tips on how to grow vegetables 25.3.2011 Chicago Tribune: Real Estate
Tips on how to grow vegetables
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Farmers Sue USDA Over Monsanto Alfalfa - Again 25.3.2011 Truthout - All Articles

A coalition of farmers and environmental groups filed a lawsuit against the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) on March 18 to challenge the agency's recent decision to fully deregulate Monsanto's Roundup Ready alfalfa.

This is the second time the USDA has been sued over its approval of Roundup Ready alfalfa, which is genetically engineered (GE) to tolerate glyphosate

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Anxiety over safety of food, water grows in Japan 25.3.2011 Twincities.com: Nation
TOKYO — At a downtown grocery store, a line of anxious mothers cleaned the shelves of bottled water seven minutes after the doors opened. At an organic farm at the city's outskirts, a group tested spinach with a hand-held radiation detector. And at the prime minister's headquarters, the chief cabinet secretary announced that Japan is considering importing drinking water from abroad.
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Gluten-free gastronomy in San Francisco 24.3.2011 SFGate: Top Stories
Gluten-free gastronomy in San Francisco
Freeport farmer committed to raw milk sales 24.3.2011 Post-Bulletin: Austin News

FREEPORT — A Minnesota farmer who's under investigation for distributing unpasteurized milk says he'll continue to do so, even if it means going to jail.

Alvin Schlangen, of Freeport in Stearns County, is

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Freeport farmer committed to selling raw milk 24.3.2011 Twincities.com: News
A Minnesota farmer who's under investigation for distributing unpasteurized milk says he'll continue to do so, even if it means going to jail.
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Freeport farmer committed to raw milk sales 24.3.2011 Minnesota Public Radio: News
A Minnesota farmer who's under investigation for distributing unpasteurized milk says he'll continue to do so, even if it means going to jail.
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Freeport Farmer Committed To Raw Milk Sales 24.3.2011 WCCO: Local News
MilkA Minnesota farmer who's under investigation for distributing unpasteurized milk says he'll continue to do so, even if it means going to jail.
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Dining out: Wholesome food for lazy mornings (and afternoons) 23.3.2011 Salt Lake Tribune
By vanessa chang Special to The Tribune Published Mar 22, 2011 03:31PM MDT Editor’s note • This is Vanessa Chang’s last review for The Tribune. She will be leaving to work on other writing projects, including the magazine Edible Wasatch. Millcreek • If Lazy Day Café had opened in a neighborhood as happening as downtown or 9th and 9th where concepts such as “seasonal” and “local” draw a food-conscious crowd, it would be swamped. Everything on the menu here is under $10. The service is friendly. And most of all, the made-from-scratch food is exceptionally good. But Laz... ...
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