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Seattle Chaine des Rotisseurs added 2 new photos.
Seattle Chaine des Rotisseurs

Sunday April 15th, 2018

Chocolate apple from last nights dinner. Amazing ! ... See MoreSee Less

Chocolate apple from last nights dinner. Amazing !
Washington Hospitality Association shared Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs's post.
Washington Hospitality Association

Monday April 23rd, 2018

#PowerofAJob #wahospitality ... See MoreSee Less

#PowerofAJob #wahospitality

Monday April 23rd, 2018

Real people in our dairy community tell their real stories:“All the nutrients from the manure are captured and saved and then applied to the fields. So this manure also fertilizes those fields. That is one thing that people don’t realize about organic crops, without animals, you don’t have them. You can’t grow something from nothing - you have to fertilize it and people don’t realize that. In addition to the dairy, we also have about 300 acres of organic vegetable grounds that we trade with other farmers and there are a fair amount of organic farmers here but they are all tied to dairy farms. The farm I work with has ground that borders my ground so then we just trade. So then he farms my field and I farm his for that year. There were beets here last year, we will have broccoli on the other side of the farm this year - we have a pretty good system down.”-Jason VanderKooy, Harmony Dairy, Mt. Vernon, WATo learn more about how Washington Dairy Farmers take care of their farm land, visit: wadairy.org/sustaining-the-land/ ... See MoreSee Less

Real people in our dairy community tell their real stories:

“All the nutrients from the manure are captured and saved and then applied to the fields. So this manure also fertilizes those fields. That is one thing that people don’t realize about organic crops, without animals, you don’t have them. You can’t grow something from nothing - you have to fertilize it and people don’t realize that. In addition to the dairy, we also have about 300 acres of organic vegetable grounds that we trade with other farmers and there are a fair amount of organic farmers here but they are all tied to dairy farms. The farm I work with has ground that borders my ground so then we just trade. So then he farms my field and I farm his for that year. There were beets here last year, we will have broccoli on the other side of the farm this year - we have a pretty good system down.”
-Jason VanderKooy, Harmony Dairy, Mt. Vernon, WA

To learn more about how Washington Dairy Farmers take care of their farm land, visit: wadairy.org/sustaining-the-land/

Thursday April 19th, 2018

Ever seen an unreal view like this? Alaska fishermen experience beautiful sights as they work hard to harvest some of the highest quality, wild-caught, sustainable seafood in the world. ... See MoreSee Less

Ever seen an unreal view like this? Alaska fishermen experience beautiful sights as they work hard to harvest some of the highest quality, wild-caught, sustainable seafood in the world.

Wednesday April 11th, 2018

Looking forward to hearing about how MOD Pizza, Dicks Drive-Ins, Pagliacci Pizza and other local companies are growing their businesses at the inaugural Elevate NW business conference, April 24: smcc.bz/2F1c01s #elevatenw ... See MoreSee Less

Looking forward to hearing about how MOD Pizza, Dicks Drive-Ins, Pagliacci Pizza and other local companies are growing their businesses at the inaugural Elevate NW business conference, April 24: http://smcc.bz/2F1c01s #elevatenw

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