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The Olive Press
Bill Dunphy and George Mangan let local olive growers explain how and why they make olive oil.
Author Community Media Center Date 08/22/2012 2 comments
Small Farmers Creating a New Business Model as Agriculture Goes Local
“The future is local,” said Narendra Varma, 43, a former manager at Microsoft who invested $2 million of his own money last year in a 58-acre project of small plots and new-farmer training near Portland, Ore.
Date 07/03/2012
North Bay Food Initiative Building Steam
The North Coast Regional Food System Network (NCRFSN) met last Friday, February 10th at the Kendall-Jackson Wine Estate to discuss taking the next steps in coordinating regional food system efforts.
Date 02/13/2012
Green Valley Organics Expands its Popular Lactose Free Real Dairy Line
Green Valley Organics, the only organic, certified humane makers of lactose free yogurts, kefirs and sour cream, announces two new products. 
Date 02/07/2012
The Good Dark Side of Chocolate
GoLocal member Sonoma Chocolatiers brings gourmet chocolates and fine teas to a rapidly growing number of local palates.
Authors GO LOCAL Staff, Laura McCutcheon Date 10/08/2011
Sonoma County Food Forum
The Sonoma County Food Forum was held last Thursday, February 24th, at the Showcase Cafe in the Sonoma County Fairgrounds facility.  The event was co-hosted by the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors and the Sonoma County Food System Alliance, a working group of organizations and individuals concerned about good food and healthy farms.
Author Derek Huntington Date 02/28/2011
Fermentation Workshop with Sandor Ellix Katz
Thousands of readers consider Sandor Ellix Katz's Wild Fermentation to be their guidepost for exploring and making fermented foods. Now, in this new DVD, Katz offers fermentation beginners and enthusiasts a chance to "sit in" on one of his popular workshops and learn through hands-on demonstration and instruction.
Author Chelsea Green Publishing Date 02/04/2011
Food for People - Not Profit
Community Market is a worker-run vegetarian business. Our mission is to create a healthier and more sustainable community by providing local, organic, and socially responsible products and education about nutrition, environmental and consumer issues.
Author Nica Poznanovich Date 10/06/2010
Spotlight on Grapevine Trading Company
GoLocal member Grapevine Trading Co. produces "California Harvest" specialty foods from its Railroad Square location.
Author GO LOCAL Staff Date 08/11/2010

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