TF&F is proud to be involved with the publication of these resources.
Fidalgo Climate History
by Jon Ranney
An analysis of the past 120 years of climate patterns in the Fidalgo Island area. A fascinating read.
Free publication: click image to download.
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Serving the Skagit Harvest
$20: at local outlets or via mail (see details below)
Living Well, Living Green
Discover a wealth of local information in this user-friendly guide to a low-carbon life! Want to know where to find a nearby source of biodiesel or what the climate predictions are for our area? Learn to build “insider” windows, where to find recycled building materials, and how to save money with any number of energy-saving tips.
Free publication: click image to read or download 4.5 mb document.
Serving the Skagit Harvest is a unique collection of over 100 seasonally organized recipes, “must-have” growing and food storage tips, profiles of local gardeners, a harvest calendar, and a resource section showcasing the bounty grown right here at home.
Pick up a copy from Skagit Valley Food Co-op in Mt. Vernon, Anderson’s store on Guemes, or from Ace Hardware and Watermark Books in Anacortes.
To order directly, mail $20 plus $4.95 shipping and handling, plus $1.00 s/h for any additional books, to P.O. Box 62, Anacortes, WA 98221. If you order books to send to friends or family, please add shipping for each address as indicated above.
All proceeds benefit TF&F projects to help our community build a more resilient food system.
“I have used some of the recipes already and love them. I really like the way [the book] is separated by season. Great job!” ~Sylvia
“I’m finding that even if I don’t have all the ingredients for exact recipes, they are great inspiration for improvised variations. The ingredient index is very useful for this! ~Kristi