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  • Food Not Lawns
  • Food Not Lawns

    Why local gardeners are tossing aside the mower in favor of vegetables.
      Why Spokane-area gardeners are tossing aside the mower in favor of vegetables.
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  • Making a Comeback
  • Making a Comeback

    How one Idaho farm is helping revive the beloved chestnut.
      "I think we got a rainstorm coming in,%uFFFDeuro;%uFFFD says Peggy Paul, pointing to the ominous band of clouds rolling our way on a blustery, mid-November day in southern Idaho. She leads me into the shelter of her nearby orchard as icy rain begins to tick against the dry leaves and bristled burrs that cling to some 500 chestnut trees.
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  • Fruit and Cake
  • Fruit and Cake

    A national eye on Inland Northwest edibles
      âeuro;œHotellingâeuro;™s law describes a tendency for competing firms to end up making their products as similar as possible,âeuro;� Caitlin Knowles Myers, an economist at Middlebury College in Vermont, told NPR. âeuro;œThis could mean that theyâeuro;™re producing virtually identical goods or that theyâeuro;™re locating next to each other spatially.
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  • Hot House
  • Hot House

    Why Stewart Fry's lettuce is different from any other kind you can find locally.
      storage facility, and had plans for expansion into the surrounding property. But they discovered that their land was zoned exclusively for agriculture. And neither of them had any experience in commercial plant cultivation..
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  • Cupcakes to Go
  • Cupcakes to Go

    A new cupcake bakery on the South Hill looks to France for inspiration. Plus, raw milk to order.
      “I was searching and searching for a raw milk source,” says Melissa Iverson, who co-owns the business with her husband. “Then I found Royal Highlands at the Kootenai Farmers Market. It turns out they’re one of the only certified raw dairies in the region.
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  • Sweat and Blood
  • Sweat and Blood

    In honor of Labor Day, we spent the morning with a mobile slaughter truck. Things got messy.
      Wilke, 44, and his father, Ken Wilke, 66, own and operate a mobile slaughter truck and packing company called Quadra-K-Meats.
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  • Seeds of Change
  • Seeds of Change

    A new generation is bringing back small-scale, sustainable farming.
  • Purple Palate Pleaser
  • Purple Palate Pleaser

    It's lavender season. Here’s what you can do with it.
      Fragrant lavender bushes spill down the hillside, their flowering tips protruding like purple paintbrushes. Maggie Smith of Fleur de Provence Lavender Farm steps gingerly between the rows of Royal Velvet, Purple Elegance and Princess Blue as honeybees buzz around her ankles.
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