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Cascadian Farm
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Cascadian Farm Dec 13
Replying to @SaruulMGL_USA
Hey friend! Send us a DM with your concern, and we'll be happy to help you!
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Cascadian Farm Dec 6
Flerd: a flock of sheep and a herd of cattle commingled in a single pasture. utilizes this practice for integrated land management — restoring degraded pasture, maintaining healthy livestock, and building diversity in their business enterprise.
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Cascadian Farm Dec 4
Hi Mark! As manufacturers, we can only recommend retail prices and are not able to control the prices that are charged by the shops. We encourage reaching out to your local store manager to let them know about this price difference.
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KRWA Water Rights Oct 25
The mentions on p. 88 of their November - 2018 issue, in an article about future foods. is a grain developed by Kansas’ own The Land Institute . Look in the next Kansas Lifeline for a / water quality article.
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Cascadian Farm Nov 29
Replying to @DeborahHerman
Sorry Deborah 😓. We'd like to look into this closer, and make it up to you. Can you send us a DM so we can get additional details? Thanks!
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Cascadian Farm Nov 27
Replying to @_Skyexoxo
Sorry for the wait! Raisin juice is more concentrate than grape juice, especially when it comes to sugar. This is due to the raisin being soaked in water to get the raisin juice. A raisin is a more concentrated grape.
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Cascadian Farm Nov 26
Replying to @Joseph_John_S
We greatly appreciate that you have brought this to our attention! We'll let our team know that the glue is making our bags more difficult to open.
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Cascadian Farm Nov 19
Replying to @_Skyexoxo
Hello again! Could you let us know exactly which granola bar you're inquiring about?
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Annie's Homegrown Nov 16
Hurricane Michael has had a devastating impact on many sustainable & organic Georgia farmers. , , , & made a national seed gift of $50,000 to & . Join us & donate:
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Cascadian Farm Nov 18
Replying to @jkmaclaughlin
We're so sorry to for the error! Can you send us a DM so we can collect some additional details?
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Cascadian Farm Nov 17
Replying to @_Skyexoxo
What a great question! We've reached out our team to get the most accurate information for you. We appreciate your patience!
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Cascadian Farm Nov 14
Hurricane Michael caused millions in damage for small sustainable & organic Georgia farmers. , , , , & made a national seed gift of $50,000 to & . Join & donate:
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Carla Vernon Nov 13
The food industry has a big opportunity do “big good” for the planet. That is why I love representing the work of our mission driven teams , , , and 🌏 🐇 🐝 🐂. Thanks , , for sharing.
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Cascadian Farm Nov 13
Replying to @YouHavePurpose
We're so sorry to see what you found! We'd like to share this with our quality team, and replace the box. Can you send us a DM for additional details? Thanks.
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Cascadian Farm Nov 13
Replying to @dancreel
So sorry Dan! We'd like to share your feedback with our team, and replace the box for you. Can you send us a DM for more details?
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The Xerces Society Nov 11
Over eight thousand people have already signed the pledge to protect pollinators. Will you join them?
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Cascadian Farm Nov 10
Biodiversity is widely recognized for its benefit to ecosystems, human health, climate resilience, + adaptation. extends our attention to biodiversity. Beyond plants + soil, regenerating diversity requires unearthing seeds, knowledge, + culture.
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Cascadian Farm Nov 10
Farmers have been doing a great deal of work and it’s often been overlooked. We need to come together to share, cooperate, and collaborate in order to generate diversity in faces and landscapes within our agricultural community.
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Cascadian Farm Nov 10
Today at the Women in Agriculture panel, speakers discussed the need to change the face of ag, in order to accomplish our goals to drive positive change in the food system.
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Cascadian Farm Nov 9
Every year, the brings together hundreds of farmers, producers, researchers and food system professionals for a weekend of learning, connecting and sharing best practices. Stay tuned for insights from the event!
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