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* 2022 ‘Fresh from the Farm Guide’ now available online,
* First drought, now war: Global wheat supplies in peril,
* Why Russia won’t soon recover from Putin’s Ukraine blunder!

2022 Fresh from the Farm Guide Now Available Online!”
Credit: Community Farm Land Trust


+ McClatchy Newspapers: The ‘atmospheric river’ is back, bringing rain and flood threat to Puget Sound this week – Rivers in Western Washington could flood as a result of the heavy rains, forecasters say

+ The Olympian: The Evergreen State College approves new school, will invest up to $2.1 million – The Board of Trustees voted unanimously Friday to approve the new school of professional and continuing education

+ McClatchy Newspapers: Gray whales spotted off Washington’s coast already — but that’s not typical. Here’s why

+ Truthout: Western U.S.’s Worst Drought in 1,200 Years Brings Year-Long Fire Season

+ McClatchy Newspapers: Liberal US cities change course, now clearing homeless camps The mayor of Portland, Oregon, recently banned camping on the sides of certain roadways, and officials are exploring other aggressive options to combat homelessness.


NBC News: First drought, now war: Global wheat supplies in peril – Prices soaring are soaring, raising the risk of severe food shortages and hunger in some regions of the globe and threatening to further ratchet up food costs in the United States.

The Points Guy: Friday [March 11th] was 3rd busiest day at US airports during pandemic


Daily Kos: Russia threatens to break the supply chain holding Ukraine together

NBC News: Pope Francis decries “barbarianism” at the killing of children, defenseless civilians in Ukraine – ‘Think first about the children’: Pope Francis renews calls to end the war

Politico: Russian military’s corruption quagmire Bogged down in Ukraine, Russian forces battle the consequences of systemic sleaze.

The Washington Post: Poland’s two largest cities warn they can no longer absorb Ukrainian refugees

The Washington Post: Why Russia won’t soon recover from Putin’s Ukraine blunder – says Nina Khrushcheva, “an author and professor at the New School in New York with dual U.S.-Russian citizenship, she’s the great-granddaughter of former Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev.”

Business Insider: Captured Russian pilot admits to bombing civilians, urges Russia to stop assault: ‘We have already lost this war

Yahoo News!: Red Cross warns of “worst-case scenario” for hundreds of thousands in Mariupol


USA Today: ‘Ample room for uncertainty’: As COVID cases rise again in Europe, could US see the same?

The Hill: Pfizer CEO says a fourth booster shot ‘is necessary’

The Defender: What Doctors Say in Private About COVID Vaccines – Most doctors don’t publicly question COVID vaccines and the pandemic response, but their private exchanges on social media suggest there may be a growing but silent minority of physicians who disagree with official policy yet are unwilling to speak out for fear of retribution


The Washington Post: What history says about the Jan. 6 committee investigation The importance of an unambiguous report that can’t be weaponized by Trump supporters

The Washington Post: Trump touted a contest for small-dollar donors to dine with him in New Orleans. But no winner met him.

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