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  • Red Gold

    Bristol Bay, Alaska is perhaps the world’s largest and most sustainable wild salmon fishery. For centuries, the watershed’s plentiful stocks have supported the region’s native population, and today its natural resources sustain a commercial fishing industry and draw sport fishermen from around the world. But […]

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  • 15 Cents: HB 2800

    Reporter Sarah Mirk of the Portland Mercury had a chance to follow along on some of the events and tours held during the recent Farm to Cafeteria Conference. Her write-up on the Mercury blog shares her experiences visiting the Food Innovation Center, a farmer who […]

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  • Real good grub: Bryant Terry at the IFCC

    Straight-up inspiring. That’s how it was to witness Bryant Terry work the stage last Wednesday for a sold-out crowd at the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center. Between the food, the spoken-word poets, and Terry’s deeply personal story of food and health, it brought the house down. […]

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