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Simple Pleasures at Good Times Farm

Simple Pleasures at Good Times Farm

By Sonnie Trotter   |   Oct 9, 2009 October 9, 2009

  A blister formed on the palm of my hand, between my forefinger and my thumb. I always thought I had tough hands. I mean, I’m supposed to be a professional rock climber and my hands are supposed to be like leather right? But not this part, not at all. Read More

Why the Conventional Agriculture Industry Is Afraid of Organic Gardening

Why the Conventional Agriculture Industry Is Afraid of Organic Gardening

By Patagonia   |   Apr 13, 2009 April 13, 2009

The industry in question is the agroindustrial genetically manipulated monocrop chemicalification conglomerate. It’s a mouthful, which is why folks in this business like to refer to themselves as representatives of “conventional agriculture,” companies like Monsanto, Dow AgroSciences and DuPont Crop Protection. Let’s leave aside for a moment the fact that… Read More

Save the Planet, Drink Beer

Save the Planet, Drink Beer

Feb 9, 2009 February 9, 2009

These beer cozies are made from reclaimed Patagonia wetsuits. They fit bottles and cans, and are perfect for post-session rehydration situations. Get yours today and start saving the planet immediately. Read More

Why Can’t It Just Be ‘Milk’? An Organic Conversation

Why Can’t It Just Be ‘Milk’? An Organic Conversation

By localcrew   |   Jul 24, 2008 July 24, 2008

Wholesome. It’s one of the first words that comes to mind when someone says “milk.” What about milk isn’t wholesome? It is a basic product of mammalian life that–when delivered from mother to offspring–is unassailably pure. It is so fundamental and unadulterated that its nature and constitution are seldom… Read More

Food Closer to Home

Food Closer to Home

Aug 24, 2007 August 24, 2007

A couple of weeks ago, we had nice conversation about organic garlic, grown in China and purchased here in the USA. Although the garlic was indeed flavorful, the distance it traveled to reach my plate left a bad taste in my mouth. Fortunately, the wild blackberries around Reno are… Read More