Only 20 pledges left to reach 3,500 Eat Local for Thanksgiving Activists!

This is the final hour. How many of us have already bought our potatoes, our bird, or wine from a trusted farmer or grocer? How many of us are standing right now in aprons, kids happy to be off school, nostalgic for relatives passed and mildly annoyed by…Read More

Seafood-Palooza! Win 6 Months of Seafood from Taylor Shellfish

Do you know a seafood monster or connoisseur of all things salty? Would you like to start your holiday gift getting now? Enter our Eat Local for Thanksgiving Video Contest and win a Holiday Oyster Package, courtesy of Taylor Shellfish Farms. All it takes to…Read More

Preserve summer's bounty now for your Thanksgiving feast

Eating local dilemma: Grandma's green bean casserole is a Thanksgiving tradition, but the only green beans in season in November would have to travel farther than your guests. Solution: learn to can or freeze those green beans (and other seasonally abundant…Read More

Some Washington University Kitchens Focus on Local Food

This year we are hoping to work more closely with Universities - it looks like we might get a warm reception: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/pacificnw/2009577892_pacificpfootfood02.html?cmpid=2628

Have you signed the Eat Local pledge?

Maintain momentum by pledging to Eat Local for Thanksgiving. Your signature will help us to secure more funding for future campaigns and to lobby on behalf of local farmers. Please take the pledge at our Eat Local for Thanksgiving cause page and tell your…Read More

Learn how to preserve local food - many classes

Garden For Food 2009 Food Preservation Series Chelan County PUD Auditorium 327 N. Wenatchee Ave. Wenatchee, WA 98801 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Call 745-8531 to register - $5 per class August 4 - No Fear When Using a Pressure Canner This class will help eliminate your…Read More
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