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Vegan SugarBee® Apple and Sausage Stuffing

Created by: Ashley Hankins | @eat_figs_not_pigs Prep Time: 15 Minutes Cook Time: 45 Minutes Servings: 6-8 Ingredients: 1 (16-ounce) loaf of sourdough bread, preferable 3 or 4 days old, cut into 1-inch cubes 2 SugarBee® Apples, peeled, cored and chopped Juice of 1 lemon 3 tablespoons vegan butter 14 ounces vegan sausage 1 ½ cups chopped white onion (about 1 onion) 1 cup diced carrot (about 2 carrots) 1 cup diced celery, with leaves (about 2 stalks) 8 cloves fresh minced garlic 1 sprig fresh rosemary, minced 2 teaspoon fresh minced thyme 2 ½ cups vegetable broth Salt and...

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Women in Agriculture – an Interview With Cory Colbert

CORY COLBERT Many of the orchards in Chelan valley are a family affair, with women playing a critical role in running smooth operations and growing the business. In our new blog series “Women Growers of Chelan” we sit down with them to discuss their roles and thoughts on the industry.  This month we check in with Cory Colbert. She and her husband Jim own Jim Colbert Orchards LLC in the Chelan area. In addition to helping Jim with the orchard, Cory has a full time job at Chelan Fruit.  Chelan Fresh: Hi Cory, thank you for taking the time to speak with us. Why don’t...

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Women in Agriculture – an Interview With Mallory Carlton

MALLORY CARLTON Many of the orchards in Chelan valley are a family affair, with women playing a critical role in running smooth operations and growing the business. In our blog series “Women in Agriculture” we sit down with them to discuss their roles and thoughts on the industry. This month we checked in with Mallory Carlton. She and her family operate an entrepreneurial farm and business out of Okanagan.   Chelan Fresh (CF): Hi Mallory, thanks so much for taking the time to speak with us. Mallory Carlson (MC): Of course, it’s my pleasure.   CF: Could you please start by telling...

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Women in Agriculture – an Interview With Megan Azzano

MEGAN AZZANO Many of the orchards in Chelan valley are a family affair, with women playing a critical role in running smooth operations and growing the business. In our blog series “Women in Agriculture” we sit down with them to discuss their roles and thoughts on the industry. This month we checked in with Megan Azzano. Megan and her husband Mike own and operate a family orchard and fruit stand in the Omak area. Chelan Fresh (CF): Hello Megan! Can you start by giving us a little background information? Megan Azzano (MA): Hi there! Well, Mike...

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Women in Agriculture – an Interview With Paige Hake

PAIGE HAKE Many of the orchards in Chelan valley are a family affair, with women playing a critical role in running smooth operations and growing the business. In our blog series “Women in Agriculture” we sit down with them to discuss their roles and thoughts on the industry. This month we checked in with Paige Hake the daughter of organic grower Orlin Knutson. Their family orchard is located in Mattawa Washington, about an hour northeast of Yakima. Chelan Fresh (CF): Hi Paige, thank you for taking the time to talk to us today. Can you...

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Women in Agriculture – an Interview With Gwynne Godwin

GWYNNE GODWIN Many of the orchards in Chelan valley are a family affair, with women playing a critical role in running smooth operations and growing the business. In our blog series “Women in Agriculture” we sit down with them to discuss their roles and thoughts on the industry. This month we spoke with Gwynne Godwin of Box Canyon Fruit in the Okanogan Valley. Chelan Fresh (CF):  Hello Gwynne and thanks for speaking with us today. Could you please start by telling us a bit about your orchard? Gwynne Godwin (GG): Sure thing. We have orchards in Tonasket,...

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Women in Agriculture – an Interview With Deb Stennes

DEB STEENES Many of the orchards in Chelan valley are a family affair, with women playing a critical role in running smooth operations and growing the business. In our blog series “Women in Agriculture” we sit down with them to discuss their roles and thoughts on the industry.  This month we checked in with Deb Stennes to find out about her family and their long history of growing apples in the area. Chelan Fresh (CF): Hi Deb, thank you for taking the time to talk to us today. Can you please tell us a little bit about...

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Women in Agriculture – an Interview With Reba Guzman

REBA GUZMAN Many of the orchards in the Chelan valley are a family affair, with women playing a critical role in running smooth operations and growing the business. In our blog series “Women in Agriculture” we sit down with them to discuss their roles and thoughts on the industry. This month we checked in with Reba Guzman with Gebbers Farms in Brewster, Washington. CF: Hello, Reba; thank you for taking the time to chat with us!  Why don’t you start with telling us what you do at Gebbers Farms today? RG: Right now I...

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Grower Spotlight: Interview with Allen Godwin

Chelan Fresh is proud to represent the growers of Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan counties in Washington State. Check in with our blog - To The Core - to find out what’s happening in the orchards that produce some of Washington’s Finest Mountain Grown Fruit. This month we are talking with Allen Godwin of Godwin Organic Orchards in Tonasket, Washington. Chelan Fresh: Hi Allen, I am anxious to hear about organic farming, but let’s start with information about your orchard. Where is it located and how many acres do you farm? Allen Godwin: We have 3 entities in the family; Godwin Organic...

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Grower Spotlight: Interview with Harold Schell

Chelan Fresh is proud to represent the growers of Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan counties in Washington State. Check in with our blog - To The Core - to find out what’s happening in the orchards that produce some of Washington’s Finest Mountain Grown Fruit.   This month we are talking with Harold Schell of Chelan Fruit.   Chelan Fresh: Hello Harold, thank you for your time today to talk to us. What is it that you do for Chelan Fruit? Harold Schell: I manage the test orchard where we have several new varieties that we are testing, and we...

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