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CNN Money, Forbes, Vancouver Province, and More

July sizzled in the newsroom. Check out highlights below. Warm regards, ~The Harvest Power Newsroom

In the News / Scenes from the Field

CNN Money took a ride into the world of biogas with CEO Kathleen Ligocki and Founder Paul Sellew with their story, "Disney turns food scraps into electricity."  Watch the video. Image: CNN Money
Joe Canning, GM, Harvest Power - by Richard Lam in The Province, July 2014
The Province in Vancouver connected with General Manager Joe Canning, "What happens to your scraps?  From food scraps to high-quality soil used to grow more food."  Read the story. Image: Richard Lam
Mentioned in Forbes' Techonomy
In Forbes' Techonomy section, Harvest was mentioned in "A Food Waste Reduction Movement Gathers Steam." Read the story. Image: Shutterstock, Forbes, Techonomy
Holy guacamole. This October Harvest Power will present "The Food Waste Frontier" at SXSW Eco with other experts!  More details to come in the coming months.  Image: SXSW Eco
From Coast to Coast, we're supplying top quality mulch and soil for our valued customers. Find the nearest store or location nearest you. Image: Harvest Power
Have you visited our References page lately? it has handy resources for recycling, digestion, and gardening, plus podcasts. Visit now.
What did you grow this summer?  Share your garden bounty and beauty with #LoveCompost and #LoveMulch on Facebook or Twitter.
ZDNet - Could food waste power our cities?
Find out the answer from Julie Mehta in ZDNet.
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TIPS AND TRICKS: What's our favorite gardening blog this month?  REAL DIRT by Ken Druse.
In a partnership with Google, Sainsbury has launched "Food Rescue". You type in (or voice-activate) ingredients, and they provide tasty recipes. Saves money. Saves time. Saves that lonely cabbage from rotting in the back of the fridge!  Watch the video or skip straight to the Food Rescue site.
Harvest's site in Tulare, CA, was mentioned in an air-quality story in the Business Journal for the innovative solar-powered composting pilot project with CalRecycle that reduced CO2 emissions 65%.

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