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EIRV 2011-03 - Issue 19 - Spring - Final Lo-res

EIRV 2011-03 - Issue 19 - Spring - Final Lo-res

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Issue #19 of Edible Iowa River Valley, focusing this time on Iowa Women in Food & Farming
Issue #19 of Edible Iowa River Valley, focusing this time on Iowa Women in Food & Farming

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Celebrating Local Food Across Iowa
Number 19 :: Spring, 2011
edible 
®
Member of Edible Communities
IOWARIVERVALLE
 www.EdibleIowa.com
IowaWomeninFoodandFarming
 
Spring 2011 www.EdibleIowa.com3
Spring
, 2011
In This Issue
5Grist for the Mill7Rebooting an Icon
About the cover...
8Saving Seeds, Sharing Stories
How Diane Ott Whealy helped bring back heirlooms
 — 
by Renee Brincks
10Honey Creek Goats
Iowa’s first and only certified organic goatcheese
 — 
by Michael Brownlee
14Women and Food
It starts with the land
 — 
by Sue Futrell
16Season to Season
Radishes
17Subscription Information18Farming as Art Form
Judy Beuter’s Love of Livestock and theLand
 — 
by Mary Blackwood
23Edible Bazaa252011 Local Heroes
We asked, you answered!
28Proof Positive
Back of the House with Carly Groben of DesMoines’ Proof Restaurant
 — 
by Brian Morelli
30Pantry Raid
A Girl’s Best Friend
 — 
by Kim McWane Friese
32Women “Fixing” Food
The Women, Food, and AgricultureNetwork 
 — 
by Leigh Adcock 
34The Last Word
An Appreciation of Joan Dye Gussow’s
Growing, Older: A Chronicle of Death, Life,and Vegetables
 — 
by Kim McWane Friese
On the cover:
Burrowing Owl Farm’s Allie Gnade by Kurt Michael Friese
All of us at
Edible Iowa
are proud to call these folks our Friends. They understand the importance of support-ing local farms, local food, and the local economy.Be sure to visit the
ei
Friends listed here, and thank them for supporting local, sustainable food and
EdibleIowa River Valley
. You can also follow many of themvia Edible’s regular posts on Facebook and Twitter.To join our growing list of eiFriends, please contact usat 319.337.7885 or Kim@EdibleIowa.com
Backyard Abundance—pg. 27El Banditos—pg. 21Bur Oaks Farm—pg. 33Cafe del Sol Roasting—pg. 26Chelsea Green Publishing—pg. 36Classic Smiles—pg. 33Colony Inn—pg. 33Devotay—pg. 6Edible Bazaar—pg. 23Edible Marketplace—pg. 35Edible Radio—pg. 33The Englert Theatre—pg. 24Fireside Winery—pg. 20Freighthouse Farmers Market—pg. 24Great River Brewery—pg. 27Iowa City-Coralville CVB—pg. 27Iowa City Farmers Market—pg. 21Jasper Winery—pg. 26John’s Grocery—pg. 26L. May—pg. 26Local Foods Connection—pg. 24Locally Grown Clothing—pg. 20MC Ginsberg—pg. 4MidWestOne Bank—pg. 21Mote Wealth Management—pg. 21New Pioneer Co-op—pg. 16Oneota Community Co-op—pg. 24Peace Tree Brewing—pg. 20Pepper Sprout—pg. 13Pet Central Station—pg. 20Robinson Family Wellness—pg. 26Rubaiyat—pg. 13SavvyRest—pg. 20Seed Savers Exchange—pg. 13Shaklee—pg. 13Share—pg. 21Tabor Home Winery—pg. 24Tassel Ridge Winery—pg. 2Templeton Rye—pg. 13Twin Image Salon & Spa—pg. 13Terri Wiebold—pg. 4University of Iowa Sustainability—pg. 33VisitDecorah.com—pg. 6Women, Food, & Agriculture Network—pg. 15
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