What time did you pick that Pink Lady, Farmer John?

Crystie and Keith Kisler spent many blissful days picking blueberries in a Chimacum Center Valley field, before eventually purchasing the farm they so often frequented. They…

Food Boom: Finally, a pairing for Woodinville’s wine scene

Perhaps it was during an event at Woodinville’s Chateau Ste. Michelle winery — where Skillet’s food truck has been known to make appearances — that…

Seattle chefs take DIY approach to butchery

The goat fabrication and charcuterie demonstration was one of the most popular workshops at this year’s Chefs Collaborative National Summit. The summit, an annual meeting…

Best of 2011: Low income? No farmers market for you

Editor's Note: In the run-up to the new year, Crosscut is sharing ten days of its best stories from 2011, each with a different theme. Today…

Low-income? No farmers markets for you

Over 40 southeast Seattle community members and volunteers from Got Green and Working Washington marched down Martin Luther King Jr. Way on the weekend before…

Washington’s third dam removal marks a river renaissance

The waters of Northwestern Lake, an outcome of the Condit Dam, will soon flow freely as a river, connecting earth and water — held back for…

Southeast Seattle women want access to healthy food

For four months, it happened at grocery stores, transit centers, in people’s homes, and at local coffee shops. Got Green, a grassroots group, conducted interviews…

Shellfish farmers confront silent watershed crises

Ask a shellfish farmer about his plans and he would first consult his tide calendar. Between now and the equinox, Gary Webb of Eagle Rock…