The application period for the 2021 SEED grant program is open. Click through to read the instructions and complete the online application form. Deadline to apply is Saturday, August 15.
Brownfield Orchards delivers cherries, apricots, peaches, and apples direct from their farm in Chelan to our produce department. Look for their farmer direct produce to enjoy the best fruits of summer grown in Washington by expert organic fruit growers.
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.
Buy local blueberries from Cooperativa Tierra y Libertad! Modesto Hernandez Leal and Ramón Barba Torres are the co-founders and worker-owners of this farmworker-owned cooperative in Everson.
Co-op shoppers may have noticed staff wearing pronoun pins at work: she/hers/her, he/his/him, or they/theirs/them. Respecting an individual’s stated pronoun is important, as it validates a person’s identity.
It’s summer! Time to break out the ice cream maker and whip up some dairy-free ice cream. Plus, it’s cherry season right now!
The Ferndale Farmstead Artisan Cheese story really begins in the seeds and soil of this family operated seed-to-cheese farm where every piece of cheese is carefully crafted by hand using authentic Italian recipes.
Pangea Ferments handcrafts savory fermented sauerkrauts and kimchi that will add zing to any meal—breakfast to dinner—using mainly organic ingredients sourced from Whatcom and Skagit counties.
The company’s tag line—Pure • Local • Honest—reflects its philosophy to use simple recipes, source local ingredients whenever possible, and never use fillers, msg, or gluten.
Frequent visitors to the chocolate aisle may have noticed a change recently. BIJA has changed their name to K’UL and revamped their packaging. The same great chocolate with the same important mission!