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The 'Process' of Rebuilding a Local Food Economy 12.5.2009 NewWest.Net All Headlines
Inside a plain strip mall just off U.S. Highway 93 in Lolo, Mont., Skip Cleek stands on teal drain boards surrounded by stainless steel sinks, counters, and a vacuum packer as rests his hand on a suitcase-size machine he calls the coiner. His baseball cap drawn tight, the ebullient handle-bar mustachioed Cleek boasts the machine can process in excess of 800 lbs of carrots an hour, if you can feed them in that fast. Cleek manages the recently opened Montana Food Products, LLC, the state's first for-profit contract packaging facility, or co-pack in industry lingo. President Ron Oberlander of Florence opened the facility because he wanted a place to process his line of U.S. Omega3 Food products. He also saw a business opportunity in a facility that ...
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St. Mary's Food Bank serves second chances 12.5.2009 azcentral.com | business
People in need of a second chance get just that at St. Mary's Food Bank Community Kitchen culinary program, which prepares people for restaurant jobs.
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Top 10 Reasons To Eat Local Food 8.5.2009 NewWest.Net All Headlines
One fascinating part of the new local food movement is that I have yet to run across a reason NOT to eat food which is produced close to home.
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From grass to grains 8.5.2009 Current Issue
The local food growers in Oregon’s Southern Willamette Valley Bean and Grain Project see a unique opportunity in today’s economic crisis.
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Bayfield woman launches raw-food delivery service 22.4.2009 Durango Herald
f you eat only raw foods, can you still call it cooking? Kirsten Baca says yes. She's the owner of a new raw-food delivery business called Raw Bloom. She thinks of her work as cooking, although none of her creations are heated. "'Uncooking' sounds funny to me," she said.
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Rounding out the top 10 essays 21.4.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
    By Cheng Yeng Ng The Earth isn't something that anyone can save on their own, and in a land of independence and If-I-work-really-hard-I-can-do-anything, that daunts us.
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Meat-based diets put burden on environment 17.4.2009 Custom Search
Dear EarthTalk: Vegetarians and vegans are so self-righteous about not eating meat and how meat eating is so bad for the environment. How true are these claims? — Frank Doolittle, Sudbury, Mass.
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Meat-based diets put burden on environment 17.4.2009 Custom Search
Dear EarthTalk: Vegetarians and vegans are so self-righteous about not eating meat and how meat eating is so bad for the environment. How true are these claims? — Frank Doolittle, Sudbury, Mass.
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Measure would mean the end of local food 10.4.2009 Durango Herald
If HR 875 and accompanying legislation go through, say goodbye to our community farmers' markets, clean, safe locally grown food and the personal choice and responsibility to choose what we want to eat and how we want it grown. Call your senators and congressmen now and say no to this abomination. It's a way for Monsanto to force people to eat its GMO nightmare foods. Nobody wants this, so
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Sprout hopes to create, connect gardens 29.3.2009 Steamboat Pilot

Whether it’s in a greenhouse or an old horse bucket, Lisa Lee Benjamin wants to see a garden in your yard.

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Five short cookbook reviews by Larry Cox 18.3.2009 Tucson Citizen
'Coffee Love'
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Vegging out is simple, healthful 16.3.2009 Denver Post: Lifestyles
So, you're thinking about cutting back your family's meat consumption? Maybe it's for health reasons, or a way to trim the family budget in trying economic times, or maybe one of the kids refuses to eat anything with a face.
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Scotch Corner Pub Vegetarian haggis? Nothing offal about it 11.3.2009 Denver Post: Lifestyles
We can almost feel your anguish, you vegetarians: Ever since forsaking meat, you've found many dishes have been off limits, including this treasure: sheep's heart, liver and lungs stuffed into a sheep's stomach and boiled.
Soul-food lovers learn to lighten up to live longer 11.3.2009 Denver Post: Lifestyles
It looks lively for a class that started with dead women. It's 6 p.m. on a Tuesday, the end of a work day for most people.
Scotch Corner Pub Vegetarian haggis? Nothing offal about it 11.3.2009 Denver Post: Food
We can almost feel your anguish, you vegetarians: Ever since forsaking meat, you've found many dishes have been off limits, including this treasure: sheep's heart, liver and lungs stuffed into a sheep's stomach and boiled. ...
Soul-food lovers learn to lighten up to live longer 11.3.2009 Denver Post: Food
It looks lively for a class that started with dead women. It's 6 p.m. on a Tuesday, the end of a work day for most people. ...
Cookbook reviews by Larry Cox 4.3.2009 Tucson Citizen
'Salumi: Savory Recipes and Serving Ideas for Salame, Proscuitto, and More'
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Lynne Garell: More information 4.3.2009 Steamboat Pilot

I would like to add to a story that ran in the Steamboat Today on Feb. 27 entitled “The challenge of eating local foods.” The community dialogue on agriculture policy, to be held March 18 at the Steamboat Springs Community Center, is being co-sponsored by several community programs: Deep Roots Local Food Trust, the Community Agriculture Alliance, Northwest Colorado Products, the Routt County CSU Extension Office, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the city of Steamboat Springs. We are eager to hear ideas from consumers about what they want their food supply to look like, and this event is one opportunity for consumers to be heard.

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Local Tastes 1.1.1970 Durango Telegraph
2010-09-02
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The local food bandwagon 1.1.1970 Durango Telegraph
2011-04-14
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