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Collection of Oregon Tilth Press and News Items

AmeriCorps Week: Education for Increased Health and Food Security
May 13, 2009
Interview with Oregon Tilth AmeriCorps Volunteer, Randall Cass.
Seattle Chef Maria Hines wins James Beard Award
Apr 13, 2009
Seattle chef Maria Hines has cooked up an award-winning recipe for success: serve sustainable, organic foods from your local area in a welcoming atmosphere with a neighborhoody feel. The resulting dish? Tilth.
Organic Sake Highlights
Apr 01, 2009
PR Web
There is something sexy cool about sake today. It's exotic, smart, healthy and fun. But for Oregon's SakeOne, there is nothing sexier than the seemingly unlikely blend of Oregon craft sake brewing sensibilities and the raw food philosophies of Sarma Melngailis, at her NY Pure Food and Wine restaurant.
Beervana's Organic Revolution
Jun 17, 2008
The Oregonian
Two Portland brewmasters launch Beervana's Organic Revolutiona and are look upon as the founders or the organic beer craze in Portland OR.
Oregon's Organic Agriculture and Processing Industry
May 21, 2008
Oregon Labor Market Information System
Organic agriculture and food processing is a relatively small but rapidly growing segment of Oregon's total agriculture industry.
Organic Liquor
May 15, 2008
Wall Street Journal Online
Organic cocktails and liquor now available in US Market, Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth
Oregon Brewery Gains Organic Certification, and Uses Salmon Safe Hops
Nov 19, 2007
Sustainable Food News
Deschutes Brewery, Bend, OR, Received organic certification by Oregon Tilth and is also the first brewery to gain certfication by Salmon Safe, using hops that are Salmon Safe Certified.
Volunteers Serve with Passion
Nov 15, 2007
West Linn Tidings
Rain or shine, Oregon Tilth Program Coordinator Marci Krass and AmeriCorps volunteer Conner Voss are active in the Oregon Tilth demonstration garden at Luscher Farm between West Linn and Lake Oswego. Krass was an AmeriCorps volunteer in 2005 and 2006, working at Camassia Nature Preserve in West Linn. Now, she supervises AmeriCorps volunteers at Oregon Tilth.
How Green is Your Red?
May 08, 2007
Portland Tribune
The Oregon Wine Board reports that some 23 percent of the state’s 15,600 acres planted in wine grapes in 2006 currently claim at least one of three sustainable certifications, which are issued by three different organizations: LIVE (which stands for “low input viticulture and ecology”), organic and biodynamic.
Non-Organic Ingredients May Provide Pathways for GMO in Organic Foods
May 15, 2006
The Non-GMO Report
Many non-organic ingredients may provide a pathway for genetic contamination of organic foods. In fact, non-organic ingredients may present complex GMO challenges to organic food processors.
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