Imagine finding something you wish to purchase on craigslist, getting to almost the front door of the person selling the merchandise, and finding out not that the item had been sold, but it was never for sale to begin with.
Farmers, orchardists, and even home gardeners have a vast array of scientific data that they can access to get things growing. But many here in the Yakima Valley use a couple of methods just as reliable: they look at the calendar and the mountains.
Throughout our lives teachers have had a huge impact on us, some good, some bad, and some unforgettable. On this National Teacher's Appreciation Day, I can think of one in particular that influenced me.
Here in the Yakima Valley, we are learning that are really no rules to enjoying good wine. If you like it, drink it. But at Spring Barrel Tasting this weekend, there will be plenty of wine snobs out ready to look down their noses if you mispronounce "Vigonier".
Earth Day was first celebrated on this date back in 1970. Today, it's being recognized all over the world. What's at its core? A genuine concern for the well being of our planet, or a chance for someone to say "I'm doing this, so I'm smarter and better than you?"
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