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How to Reduce Your Pesticide Exposure by 80% by Choosing Organic Produce via the Dirty Dozen

Peggy Bunker of KOMO News interviewed Full Circle founder and chief farmer Andrew Stout on September 10, 2012 on why knowing the difference between organic and non-organic (conventional) is important.… Continue

Farmers Market Produce

Top 10 Picks at the Spokane Farmers Market

This post written by guest blogger—Aparna Heroor Last weekend, while visiting my brother and sister-in-law in Spokane, I visited their local Farmers Market. At first glance, I couldn’t help but… Continue


Summer Harvest & Supporting Players

The fruit set on Full Circle’s hot crops is as heavy as we’ve seen in the past couple of years, and the blast of heat at the beginning of the… Continue

How Organic Corn is Healthy Corn

Nothing says “summer” to me more than a couple of ears of sweet corn, a tomato and cucumber salad, the barbeque fired up and awaiting delicious cookin’s, and a few… Continue

Organic Farming Meets Falconry

It’s local berry time! Farmers’ market stalls are loaded with the bounty of the season, which lasts not much more than a month. We traveled up to Skagit County last… Continue

Cultivating Relationships

It’s an odd sort of growing season on the home farm so far: thunderstorms, humidity, cooler than average temperatures – but no hail, thank goodness. The season always starts off… Continue

Cherry Picking on the Columbia

Has summer arrived late, or does it just seem that way? Cliff Mass, Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Washington, explains: “It happens almost every year, and we… Continue


Organic- Eating and Reading

On Monday I made a “Case for Organics”, and I wanted to follow up with a few studies for you’re your reading pleasure.  See what people are saying about the… Continue


A Case for Organics

  In my publications I always specify the use of organic ingredients and, in case you are not already convinced, here’s why: It’s been said, “there is no significant nutritional… Continue