Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Longtime Salmon-Safe collaborators at Oregon State University's Integrated Plant Protection Center will lead a farmscaping for beneficial insect walk on July 20, from 1-5PM, at Goshie Farms, near Silverton, Oregon. It's a free public event and an opportunity to visit a flagship Salmon-Safe farm near Portland with leading researchers and extension educators.
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
The first time we saw one of those billboard-sized Willamette Valley Vineyards Salmon-Safe truck wraps on I-5 near Portland, we knew that we were reaching a new audience with a message about how wine growers our helping restore our salmon watersheds.
Monday, March 14, 2011
In the current food special issue, Audubon Magazine make sense of environmental claims on food products lining grocery store aisles. Here’s what they had to say about Salmon-Safe:
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Salmon-Safe's Ellen Southard and PCC Natural Markets' Chef Lynne Vea celebrated the Salmon-Safe certification of PCC's new store in Edmonds, Washington, with a morning appearance and cooking demonstration on KING5 TV's New Day Northwest.
Friday, August 27, 2010
Salmon-Safe, Ecotrust, and Edible Portland are celebrating Northwest abundance, seasonal flavors, and responsible land stewardship in a round-robin evening of artisanal wine, pear and cheese pairings. Explore terroir, seasonality and artisan craftsmanship while enjoying Walla Walla Salmon-Safe wines from Vinea, hand-crafted cheeses, Northwest pears, and unique flavors created by Portland's most innovative chefs.
Monday, July 19, 2010
Fresh from internet TV's BeerTap comes the most hilarious take yet on Salmon-Safe certification and what it means. BeerTap reviews Green Lakes Organic Ale from the Deschutes Brewery, the first beer sourced from Salmon-Safe hops grown in Oregon's Willamette Valley. Here at Salmon-Safe, our mantra is "Drink like a fish. Salmon need clean water and so do you." Here's the link to watch it.
Sunday, August 24, 2008
A perennial favorite, this year's release marks a milestone in the history of Hop Trip. The fresh Crystal hops the brewery has used since the first batch of Hop Trip are now certified Salmon-Safe! The hop farm the brewery sources from for Hop Trip has gone the extra mile this year to gain official Salmon-Safe recognition... "Healthy rivers are very important to us at Deschutes, especially since it's one of the main sources we tap into to make great beer," says Gary Fish, Founder of Deschutes Brewery...
Saturday, November 24, 2007
Oregon's Deschutes Brewery Friday debuted its newest beer, Green Lakes Organic Ale, the first to be brewed with Salmon-Safe certified hops. The Bend, Ore.-based brewery got started on the idea four years ago when Deschutes brewmaster Larry Sidor began looking for organic barley to meet the company's criteria. To qualify for certification from the nonprofit Salmon-Safe, hops growers meet rigorous conservation requirements...
Thursday, May 24, 2007
Vanity Fair, May 2007
Leo DiCaprio's on the cover and Salmon-Safe is among the inside offerings in Vanity Fair's Green Issue. In its easy-to-read consumer guide to food labels, VF gives Salmon-Safe a top ranking of "most reliable." Salmon-Safe is rated alongside USDA Organic, Fair Trade Certified and four other leading labels...
Sunday, December 24, 2006
Seattle tries a new hook to save salmon: A product label assures customers that farms and vineyards don't damage fish habitats
Los Angeles Times, December 2006
This is a city that takes its salmon very seriously - as a delicacy, and as a regional icon. Now a new citywide ad campaign is asking grocery shoppers to step up and do their part to save the salmon. The bus ads remind shoppers to look for the "Salmon-Safe" label, which blesses fresh locally produced eggs, milk, wine and produce. This label assures the customer that the agricultural practices of the farm or vineyard in question do not harm salmon habitat. It's a message that seems tailor-made for this city, where organic coffee shops, farmers markets and agricultural cooperatives flourish...