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Think of this story. When Eisenhower was president, there was a milk glut, and he encouraged everyone to drink an extra glass of milk. The problem was, there's only so much milk a person is going to drink. It's the same thing with agriculture. Farmers and ranchers are extremely productive, and there's only so much they can sell to U.S. consumers. That's one reason why global export markets play such an important role in our economy."
Thomas Harris, University of Nevada, Reno professor and director of the Center for Economic Development, about local food exporters.

 

 

 

FROM THE EDITOR

EDIBLE NOTABLES

The great pumpkin is festival ready.
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Reno Basque Club celebrates 50 years.
Brats and brews star at local Oktoberfests.
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EDIBLE EVENTS
Seasonal, food-related happenings.

COVER
The biggest little hub for natural food manufacturers.

FEATURE
Local growers and producers feed the world.

EDIBLE EDUCATION
TMCC classes aid area food processors.

EDIBLE EDUCATION
Farm Fresh Catering leads school lunch revolution.

EDIBLE EDUCATION
Douglas High ag program pushes shovel to shelf.

CHEF'S TABLE
Drunken Monkey serves up exceptionally fresh fish.

MEET THE RANCHER
Sierra Valley couple has knack for yaks.

MEET THE FARMER
Restoring local heritage apple groves.

DRINK TANK
Home winemaking in Reno-Tahoe.

EDIBLE GARDEN
Tips for bedding down for winter.

EDIBLE TRADITIONS
Fallon's sugar beet industry of yore.

EDIBLE ART
Alanna McDaniel's paintings celebrate youth, seasonal food.

WHAT'S IN SEASON
Ripe and ready bounty.

EAT LOCAL GUIDE
Delicious and healthy dining choices.

ADVERTISER DIRECTORY
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THE LAST BITE
Strawberry fields forever.

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