Category Archive for: ‘Fair’

  • Sharing Our Resources

    Recently, as I’ve been searching for soil and amendments for planter pots, I’ve heard a similar refrain from feed stores and garden centers: we just ran out. More people, it seems, are starting home gardens this season than any other year in recent memory. Perhaps [...]

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  • The Ethics of Eating: FHDC Tour on Culinate

    Ricky Hass, one of the Slow Food Portland coordinators of the recent Farmworker Housing Development Corporation tour, recently wrote about his experience for Culinate.com. His account hits right at the difficult question that remains after witnessing present-day farmworker conditions: where do we go from here? [...]

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  • Keeping Kosher

    Everyone has their own reasons for choosing a good, clean, and fair diet; worker’s rights, morality, ethics, health concerns, local economies, taste, and traditions are all among the commonly-invoked refrains. One motivation that doesn’t get much attention, however, is religion. And yet, it’s not a [...]

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