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Prevent cancer — Four practical steps for action
by Michael T. Murray, ND
We've all heard it said: "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." When it comes to cancer, that old saying carries a ton of truth. Can cancer really be prevented? Absolutely, but you need an effective strategy — a plan.
Tomato and pepper growing in the Pacific Northwest
by David Johnson, Crop Horticulturist
Having grown tomatoes locally, I'd like to offer a few ideas for home growers wishing to find the best fit for our local region. For anyone who has been at this game more than a few years, you soon discover that some just aren't suited to our nearly warm weather.
Strong bones reflect a healthy lifestyle
by Dr. Sheila Dunn-Merritt, N.D.
You assume that your bones are strong and healthy. After all, if you've never broken a bone, why would you even think your bones are fragile or in danger of imminent fracture? More than 29 million Americans have osteopenia, or low bone mass.
Honor your Mother — help save farmland
by Jody Aliesan, PCC Farmland Fund President and Operating Officer
The Farmland Fund is acting to help save a third farm from development by making a one-year $10,000 challenge grant to Sunfield, a Waldorf school community working to preserve an 83-acre farm south of Port Townsend. Also in this article: Spring planting on the Delta Farm, Farmland Fund Highlights, and the donor roster for March 1 - 31, 2003.