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Oregon State University Offers Recipe to Market Program as Popularity in the Local Food Movement Grows

The Recipe to Market online certificate offered through Oregon State University teaches entrepreneurs how to successfully take their food concepts to market. The curriculum is designed for both prospective and new small- to medium-sized food business entrepreneurs.

Utah's Coal-Fired Power Plant in Delta Switching to Natural Gas

At 100 rail cars a day, 100 tons per car, one of the nation's largest power plants is about to transition from coal to natural gas. A large incentive for this change is that California, a major consumer of the energy produced in Delta, Utah, is prohibited from taking any more coal after 2027.

Wind Power Takes Lead Over Nuclear in China

According to the Earth Policy Institute, electricity output from China’s wind farms narrowly exceeded that from its nuclear plants in 2012. Then in 2013, wind exceeded nuclear by 22 percent, generating nearly enough electricity in 2013 to power New York State.