by Dr. Buono in the November 10 Northern Express. While I applaud your enthusiasm embracing a market solution for global climate change and believe that this is a vital piece of the overall approach, it is almost laughable and at least naive to believe that your Representative Mr.
A turf war is simmering in local farmers markets over exactly where that cherry, tomato, or radish was picked. Some say the argument is just splitting hairs; others decry the trucked-in produce as undercutting the small local grower.
Build A Better Cherry Fest
strongly disagree with Mr. Tuttle’s piece insisting that we keep
National Cherry Festival exactly as it remains. Many residents,
including myself, are not in favor of eliminating the festival, but
rather asking some very poignant questions...
A Real Farmers Market
ongoing practice of farmer’s market vendors reselling produce they
don’t grow themselves, and failing to identify it as such, has never
been about “big farmer versus little farmer,” as one of the resellers
claims, but rather about transparency and being straightforward and
telling the truth to buyers...
Congrats on the Wet House
wonderful to see that there are people who are intelligent,
compassionate and actively doing something to help those with addictions
and mental differences which are viewed with critical disapproval by
many. Mental challenges and addictions to drugs and alcohol are not
unique to homeless men, these things affect both men and women and
people from all income levels...