Making an economic case to conserve farmland in Clark County


Slow Food Southwest Washington connects diners with farm-to-table

Growing our Future: A taste of a food industry worth developing

Gleaners gather bounty of berries for ‘great cause’


Let’s plug Clark County’s $6M a day market leakage

Farmers urge Clark County council to protect agriculture

David Madore may be new friend to farmers

County's farmland audit results in fines

U.N. of Food' an inspiration to slow down 

Festival eyed as prelude to Hazel Dell market

Volunteers pick pounds of park's pears


Earth Day celebration links food system, healthy planet

Earth Day event puts emphasis on healthy eating

Turnips turn up at great time for needy

Urban Abundance in Vancouver will teach tree care in exchange for volunteer time


Food activists match lofty visions with shovels, sweat

Capital Press, Thursday, June 16, 2011 by STEVE BROWN

100 Mile Lunch lets students appreciate local foods

The ColumbianTuesday, May 31, 2011

Smaller urban farmers think big

Capital Press, Thursday, March 03, 2011

Abundance mural to express kids’ outlook

Couple’s apple tree tapped to train others
The Columbian, Thursday, March 13th, 2011

Dozens turn out for first seed swap
The Columbian, Thursday, February 27th, 2011

The Urban Farmers Co-op in Vancouver will let backyard farmers sell their produce on consignment
The Oregonian, Thursday, February 24th, 2011 Dean Baker

Co-op nurtures food growers: Group to sell produce, other goods
The Columbian, Friday, January 21, 2011 Mary Ann Albright

Urban Abundance promotes improved communication, more urban farming
Capital Press, January 06, 2011 By CHRISTY LOCHRIE

Vancouver's Urban Abundance aims to build a citywide farming network for fresh food
The Oregonian, November 05, 2010 By Dean Baker

Group digs into urban agriculture: Volunteers glean bounty of pears to give to food bank
The Columbian, September 23, 2010 By By Andrea Damewood 

Warren Neth and his seedballs
Vancouver Voice, September 8, 2010 By Marcus Griffith

Your Urban Abundance: New community food program to focus on central Vancouver

North Bank, August 25, 2010 By Jessica Swanson