Monthly Archives: July 2012

WA Cider Culture – Classes and Glasses Fill! | Skagit County

NABC has been abuzz with developments in our WSDA Specialty Crop Block Grant-funded work to develop a hard cider culture in WA. In the past quarter, we’ve delivered six courses in cider production, including two completely new courses in business … Continue reading

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NABC Partners with 21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living

Northwest Agriculture Business Center (NABC), through the Puget Sound Food Network (PSFN), has joined forces with 21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living to contribute to a sustainable, environmentally and economically sound agricultural industry by fostering relationships and … Continue reading

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Meat Producers Cooperative Getting Ready To Launch

The North Cascades Meat Producers Cooperative presented information about its business plan to more than 80 Island, Skagit, and Whatcom County meat producers, businesses, community members, and the media on Thursday, June 7 at the St. Luke’s Educational Center at … Continue reading

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NABC Producer Highlight: Scotty Stevens

Scotty Stevens is a rancher on Whidbey Island.  Over the years he developed such a devoted network of producers and customers, that he and his wife Laura were inspired to open a small grocery store to bring local products to … Continue reading

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NABC Visits Bukhari/Waqas Muslim Slaughterhouse in Duvall

NABC paid a visit to the newly opened S.I. Bukhari/Waqas Muslim Slaughterhouse in Duvall, WA, a family owned and operated USDA inspected establishment. Visiting the facility in person allowed staff to view the processing line and to talk with owner … Continue reading

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