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In the News
Don’t expect to see a salmon on the university campus in Salmon Creek. Located on a former cattle pasture on an eastward-facing slope,...
Many Oregon winemakers will tell you their pinot noir is the best wine to pair with salmon. And they are not alone in that contention. Serving pinot...
KNDO/KNDU TV Tri-Cities, Yakima
You may have seen the words "Salmon Safe" on the wine list at your favorite restaurant. It's an earth-friendly practice that seems to be...
Uncorking a bottle of wine can elicit merriment, boost heart health, and even relieve stress. But one program brings another benefit to pouring a...
Fresh from internet TV's BeerTap comes the most hilarious take yet on Salmon-Safe certification and what it means. BeerTap reviews Green Lakes...
In its latest issue, Sunset Magazine offers seven tips to sustain salmon, alongside secret tips from top Seattle chefs for preparing wild Alaska...
Wines & Vines Magazine
Reducing carbon emissions, improving vineyard practices, reviewing water use—these are just some of the achievements and ambitions of Northwest...
Indie Hops' shiny new $2 million hop-pelletizing plant in Hubbard is the most tangible evidence of CEO Jim Solberg's belief that it's time for the...
Mother Earth News
Consumers who need guidance deciphering all the seals, certifications, and claims on food packaging can find some answers in Mother Earth Network's...
What you eat affects everything from your health to local water supplies. How green can you make your dinner plate? Does eating organically grown...
The "green" issue of Vanity Fair features Salmon-Safe alongside USDA Organic and Fair Trade as one of the "most reliable" eco-labels.
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