Winter 2007

In this issue:

  • Member Renewal Time
  • From the Coop Board by Michael Lew-Smith
  • Could We Please See Your Card?
  • Capitalism Collapse Disorder: Burt’s Bees Disappears Into Clorox’s Balance Sheet by Zbignew Zingh
  • Recipes
    • South Indian Pumpkin Soup
    • Hearty Vegetable Stew
  • Coop Expansion Member Survey
  • Why Wild Planet by Beth Cate
  • Hardwick Food Pantry Update by Ruth Gaillard
  • The Buffalo Mountain Coop’s Third Annual Nicaraguan Dinner was a
    resounding success! by Sarah Morgan & Helen Beattie
  • New Local Beef Available by Beth Cate

Fall 2007

In this issue:

  • The Coop Has Decided Not to Sell Bottled Water by Annie Gaillard
  • Did You Know by Beth Cate
  • Member Work-Commitment Opportunities Abound! by Robin Cappuccino
  • Who Ever Talks About the Public Good Anymore?
  • New Orleans by Angie Grace
  • Recipes
    • Soba with Tofu Tomatoes and Basil
    • Coconut Curried Vegetable Stew
  • Sustainabili-what? by Paule Bezaire
  • Soil is One Secret Solution to Global Warming
  • Consumer Tip of the Week: Who Owns You Favorite Organic Brands?
  • Kid Area Update by Beth Cate
  • First Annual East Hardwick Triathlon by Caitlin Strong

Spring 2007

In this issue:

  • Greeting Co-op Community by Michael Lew-Smith
  • Recipes
    • Cinnamon Buns
    • Cafe Scones
    • What’s for Dinner?
  • Herb of the Month: Pulsatilla by Kirby Campos
  • Support the Working Landscape by Christina Goodwin
  • BigGreenPurse.com Urges Women to Spend More on Earth-Friendly Products by Marilyn Gardner
  • rBGH Campaign by Hunger Mountain Co-op
  • USDA & Leading Organic Dairies Conspiring to Degrade Organic Dairy Standards by Not Requiring Pasture Feeding by Organic Consumers Association 
  • Free Guide Ranks Pesticide Contamination of Fruits and Vegetables
  • Sorting Coins by Melanie Viets
  • More Reasons to Throw Away Your TV by Steven Gorelick