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  • MaryJanesFarm | News and Awards
    MaryJane will be taking your phone calls on WISDOM TODAY on Thursday March 13 at 5 p m Eastern 4 p m Central and 2 p m Pacific time Additionally the program is repeated on Wisdom Radio five hours later and also available on the Wisdom Radio site under Archives for one week 30 minutes after the program broadcast Listen online at www wisdomradio com or coast to coast on

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    rave reviews for the Santa Fe Pasta above 6 40 Mountain House Backpacker faves are available for emergencies 877 366 3877 mountainhouse com Freeze dried food like chicken à la king lasts five years in pouches 30 in cans Beef stroganoff had a few fans As for the spaghetti 5 20 a tester called the meat grainy and chewy Natural High Gourmet and international delights from richmoor com 800 423

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    families and total wellness I pick up the daily paper with a certain innocence but after glancing at it my shoulders get heavy Butters said While she is deeply affected by the state of the world she believes there is more to life than worrying and hurrying I wanted to create hope something with positive energy that would help people escape grim news while easing them into healthier lifestyles she said While MaryJanesFarm and the products it advertises have a modern feel and convenience about them their polish comes from generations of practice and the details of Butters past Her childhood friend and colleague Sara Devins described Butters family as independent and practical in every sense of the word They grew piles of fruits and vegetables for cooking and canning sewed and knitted their own clothes baked their own bread and even built some of their own furniture We bought staples like flour and sugar but my family has always been about self sufficiency Butters said Her grandfather lost his farm during the Depression and after moving his wife and eleven children to Ogden Utah for a factory job he never missed a day of work Butters father spent his life working in the same factory and cultivating the same principles and his daughter s success reflects their strength and resonance Graduating from high school in 1971 Butters worked briefly as a secretary but quit to pursue the career adventure she had always dreamed of Working as a lookout and wilderness ranger in some of the remotest outposts in Utah and Idaho she reveled in the solitude and connection with nature Summers spent in the wilderness were offset by winter studies at Utah State University but one day Butters decided her real education was beyond the classroom She returned to

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    OGDEN Allen Butters 84 received a United States patent for a bracket for storing cutting boards beneath kitchen cabinets Butters is a lifelong Ogden Utah resident Grandway USA in Salt Lake City purchased the license to produce market and distribute

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    potato spread We both worked for MaryJane at Paradise Farm Organics Haarsager said One day we went to lunch at a local Greek restaurant and had this food and told MaryJane about it and she suggested we invent a recipe for it At the time she was making a garlic cookbook Baker said So we figured this might be a good entry for the cookbook It was a food that involved a lot of garlic Butters said the kitchen located in a nicely remodeled shed at MaryJanesFarm is fully equipped with appliances on long term loan from the Clearwater Resource Conservation and Development Council Inc It includes a fruit press food dryer pressure cookers and food processors It s available for testing and development of processed food and herbal products by local entrepreneurs and can be rented for only 5 per hour Butters CEO of MaryJanesFarm said putting the kitchen together fit into her way of thinking about food and developing organic food markets When you are a cook you often have someone saying this sauce is the best I ve ever tasted you should sell it Butters said And that s the purpose of the experimental Pay Dirt Farm

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    Biz Bits Moscow Pullman Daily News October 5 2002 page 4C by Murf Raquet The Moscow Chamber of Commerce had its annual awards banquet Tuesday at the Avalon House in Moscow During the event awards and winners were announced including

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    here It is even more improbable that these hills should be here to begin with let alone grow wheat the way they do The native Palouse Indians who lent their name to the region and the spotted Appaloosa horse believed the hills were scooped up by coyote to get the upper hand in a race against turtle Geologists hold that the hills started in Canada where repeated glaciers of the Pleistocene epoch scoured granite and metamorphic rock into millions of cubic yards of a fine flour Meltwater washed it away dumping it into a massive lake near what is now Missoula Mont Now and then the lake breached an ice dam and surged across central Washington At the narrow opening of Wallula Gap about 10 miles south of the Tri Cities the flow of chocolate brown water slowed allowing suspended sediments to settle out in what would later be vast flats of silt After the waters came the winds They blew out of the southwest carrying huge plumes of dust 40 50 sometimes more than 100 miles before dropping it in soft piles of loess hundreds of feet thick To this day those same winds blow straight out of Wallula Gap and create traffic stopping dust storms We ve been calling that the engine of the Palouse said Alan Busacca a WSU geologist and soil scientist It s the gun barrel pointed right at the Palouse and it was filled with the same sediments The winds howling through the Wallula Gap and up over the Horse Heaven Hills have been shedding dust on the Whitman County area for 2 million years For those soil particles to travel so far they must be just the right size to be held up by the wind less than 60 microns or about half the width of a human hair And once they are on the ground their size creates a perfect soil pore for holding water Bigger sand sized particles would let water pass right through smaller particles make clay The Palouse soil holds water so well that farms can receive as little as a dozen inches of rain a year Yet it is some of the best dry land wheat yields in the world Whitman County has been the top wheat producing county in the country every year since 1978 Last year it averaged 78 bushels per acre of winter wheat the main crop almost twice the national average of 43 5 bushels per acre photo by Kevin German A deer leaps into the fields from a road outside Pullman Where some see acres and acres of nothing others have discovered the most beautiful place in the world But what water and wind bring water and wind take away Over the millennia water washed the Palouse s carpet of soil into watersheds carved and sculpted over millions of years into the region s underlying basalt Snow and freezing and thawing on the lee sides of hills created landslides and left steep arc

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    that the number one Halloween costume this year is Martha Stewart People have such a personal reaction to her and I don t think it s necessarily valid It s not like we re seeing this kind of hatred leveled towards Kenneth Lay or some of those other Enron people In fact she has no desire to displace Martha so much as she thinks it would be enormous fun simply to be that well known I would love to be that huge she laughs shaking her head Wouldn t that be a panic Five Acres of Paradise Before there was MaryJanesFarm the magazine there was of course Mary Jane s Farm the physical entity I love sharing the farm with people Butters says inviting her guests to graze on sweet yellow Coyote plums and sun warmed raspberries More and more of our customers are beginning to visit and soon I ll just have a constant flock of people coming In addition to the outdoors house the five acre farm also includes an A frame the foundation of Butters new house her original 1905 house burned down in 1996 a large greenhouse two charming huts a test kitchen a working outhouse two big farm plots a car that runs on vegetable oil and a walnut grove Butters calls her outdoor bed and breakfast I m working on four new campsites in here she says People can come and stay and I ll get up early in the morning to start their fires and make biscuits The farm s newest addition is a chicken coop and it is with obvious delight that Butters demonstrates the hanging chicken sign which will be proudly displayed when the new tenants 20 laying hens arrive on the weekend Her enthusiasm is similar to her fascination with garlic scapes the curly green spires that sprout out of certain hard neck varieties of garlic In addition to singing their praises every Saturday at Moscow s Farmer s Market she uses them in a mouth wateringly fragrant pesto They re wonderful They have all the flavor of garlic but without the garlic bite she explains I m hoping they ll be the next morel mushroom or fiddlehead fern A 10 Year Search Butters love of playing around with food and her ability to nurture both come from her Utah childhood If you want to know where I m coming from look at my family she says I ve been looking through old photos for the first two magazines and I realized you can see how their interests neighbors and relatives gardening and food camping cars hunting and fishing and holidays shaped mine Her mother participated in the Women s Relief Society in the Mormon Church while her father worked in a can factory Although the family never had much money Butters remembers that the family s missionary work had more to do with delivering fresh garden food than anything else My father was what they call a Home Teacher

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