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Edible Mushroom Retreat is family fun with a purpose

statesmanjournal.com — Here's a tasty, family friendly educational option for getting into nature's bounty. Signups are open through Oct. 25 for the annual Edible Mushroom Retreat on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 at Drift Creek Camp in the Coast Range southeast of Lincoln City. The workshops and forays are sponsored by the Straub Environmental Center.
Oct 21, 2014

Family fun with edible fungus is the the theme of Straub retreat stjr.nl/1wivroN via @salem_statesman

10 fruits and vegetables perfect for juicing

statesmanjournal.com — For my birthday this year, I only had one request: a good juice machine. And with that request fulfilled, I joined the millions of Americans who start their day with a glass of freshly made vegetable and fruit juice.

What makes a Nobel Peace Prize laureate?

statesmanjournal.com — This month's announcement that the Nobel Peace Prize would be awarded to two of the world's most visible children's rights advocates, Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi, should have been met with worldwide jubilation and appreciation. Instead, the integrity of the Nobel Committee's historic selection was questioned, and both Ms. Yousafzai and Mr. Satyarthi were slandered, including by many within their own countries.
Oct 20, 2014

What makes a Nobel Peace Prize laureate? stjr.nl/1tBXhOR A wonderful essay by Willamette law professor Warren Binford.

Oregon's GMO labeling fight shatters campaign fundraising record

statesmanjournal.com — The battle over labeling of genetically modified food is officially Oregon's most expensive ballot fight ever. Opponents and supporters of Measure 92 have raised a total of $17.6 million, according to the newest filings with the Oregon Secretary of State's office.
Oct 21, 2014

It's no surprise that the GMO labeling initiative broke Oregon's record for money spent on a campaign. stjr.nl/1raa6cA #sjnow

Oct 20, 2014

RT @SJWatchdog: Oregon’s GMO labeling fight shatters campaign fundraising record stjr.nl/1tFBQfX via @salem_statesman #sjnow