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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Flower Power: Announcing a New Partnership Focusing on Cut Flowers

We're joining forces with The Seattle Wholesale Growers Market and cut flower growers in Oregon and Washington to develop higher value local markets for cut flowers sourced regionally and grown in an environmentally sustainable manner, rather than imported from South America.


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Monday, September 24, 2012

Celebrate the Salmon-Safe hop harvest with Hopfenfrisch from Full Sail Brewing

As Salmon-Safe certifies more of the Willamette Valley's legendary hop farms, we're thrilled to celebrate the hop harvest with fresh hop beer from the most acclaimed craft brewers like Full Sail Brewing of Hood River. Full Sail tell us that every year their brewers wait with thirsty anticipation for hop harvest and the chance to celebrate by brewing fresh hop beers.


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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Join us for Trout Unlimited's "Feast from Field to Stream": Sept. 2 in the Methow Valley

How about a late summer road trip to the Methow Valley? Please join us for Washington Water Project of Trout Unlimited's fabulous Feast of Field and Stream on Sunday, September 2, at Methow Valley Ciderhouse!


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Friday, June 29, 2012

Following the Hops Trail

Contemporary Sportsman

Following the Hops Trail: this two-part series from The Contemporary Sportsman follows the trail of craft brewing from Salmon-Safe certified Goschie Hops Farm near Portland to Allagash Brewing Company in Portland, Maine, featuring our Drink Like a Fish campaign with Deschutes Brewery along the way. "On a blustery autumn morning, near the small town of Silverton, Oregon, we me


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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Food Fight 2012: Why the Farm Bill Matters to All of Us

 

Join us for a free public event with author Daniel Imhoff and Congressman Earl Blumenauer in conversation about the Farm Bill, why it matters to you, and what you can do about it.


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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Wineries helping the World: Food & Wine Magazine features Salmon-Safe

Food & Wine Magazine

Food & Wine features the nation's top eco causes for wineries including Salmon-Safe, organic certification, and even LEED-certification for winery facilities. "The wine industry is taking all kinds of environmentally-friendly measures.


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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Check out our latest video, "Salmon-Safe: Good for Farmers. Good for Fish"

Salmon-Safe is pleased to announce the release of Good for Farmers. Good for Fish, an inspiring new video from the Washington Water Project of Trout Unlimited filmed on location in Washington's interior Columbia Basin. The four-minute video features Salmon-Safe pioneer in the Methow watershed Blue Bird Grain Farm as well as Bartella Farm in the Okanogan watershed.


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Monday, November 14, 2011

Gearing up for a Salmon-Safe Thanksgiving: Canadian-style

Last month we joined with Pacific Salmon Foundation (PSF)  and Fraser Basin Council to launch Salmon-Safe in British Columbia  (read the Vancouver Sun Salmon-Safe feature). A few weeks later and Salmon-Safe


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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Salmon-Safe Launches in B.C.

Vancouver Sun

A new eco-certification program that ensures B.C. ranchers, farmers and winemakers adopt practices that protect salmon and salmon habitat will officially launch Wednesday. A non-profit foundation based in Portland, Salmon Safe has already certified 22 ranches and farms in British Columbia during a one-year pilot and training program, according to Michelle Tung, manager of Salmon Safe BC. 

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Join us for Trout Unlimited's "Feast from Field to Stream": August 21 in the Okanogan Valley

How about a summer road trip to the Okanogan Valley? Please join us for Washington Water Project of Trout Unlimited's fabulous Feast of Field and Stream on Sunday, August 21st, at Bluebird Grain Farm! The dinner will showcase farms participating in TU's rapidly expanding Inland Northwest Salmon-Safe project, including Bluebird Grain Farm, Hard Row to Hoe Vineyard, and the Okanogan Producers Marketing Association.


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