Application deadline July 31. If you know of a worthy organization, let them know about this funding opportunity! Read more to learn how to support the current SEED recipients and how to apply online for the 2020 program.
Lummi Nation will host the Paddle to Lummi 2019, welcoming as many as 100 canoe families to come ashore onto Lummi territory on July 24 for the annual Tribal Canoe Journey.
Meet Modesto Hernandez Leal and Ramón Barba Torres, co-founders and worker-owners of Cooperativa Tierra y Libertad. These local farmworkers are proud to provide ethically produced berries from their farmworker-owned cooperative in Everson.
“Tell me more about vitamin D. How and where do I get enough vitamin D for general wellness?” Learn about the importance of vitamin D and sources from the sun, food, and supplements.
We like to make the most of our long summer days, but one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime and UV exposure is the most preventable risk factor. So play it safe in the sun this summer.
“Is there anything I can change with my diet to help with my seasonal allergies?“ Perhaps! Try these helpful food and diet tips from the nutritionist for relief from seasonal allergies.
Have you tried the hand-harvested single-vineyard wines imported from boutique Mexican wineries from the premiere Valley de Gualdalupe wine-growing region?
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Learn about our commitment to cease the sale of any chinook/king salmon from the coastal waters of Oregon, Washington, or British Columbia, and discover ways that all of us can help protect the Southern Resident orcas.
Find their organic garden starts and tomato plants in our 25% OFF sale Saturday and Sunday (April 27-28)! Growing organic produce and garden starts in Whatcom County since 1997. #local #organic
The Community Food Co-op recognizes that our responsibilities go beyond the products on our shelves. We are committed to transparency in annually auditing our sustainability efforts with support from the Sustainable Food Trade Association.