SPRING 2012 EDITION OF EDIBLE SHASTA-BUTTE MAGAZINE
Copies of the Spring 2012 edition of the Edible Shasta-Butte magazine may be picked up at the following locations (* indicates the businesses that advertise in the magazine):
ELK CREEK: None sadly.
ETNA: None sadly.
GERBER: Pacific Sun Gourmet Olive Oil*.
GRIDLEY: Gridley Business Improvement District*, Mary’s Gone Crackers*.
HAT CREEK: Hat Creek Grown*.
HAYFORK: Farmers’ Market.
HOPE VALLEY: Sorenson’s Resort
I-5/Interchange 723: Ammirati’s.
MANTON: Alger Vineyards.
PALO CEDRO: Holiday Quality Foods (9350 Deschutes Road)*.
REDDING: Country Organics*, Dr Trudi Pratt*, Enterprise Health Foods, Farmers’ Markets*, Furnari Sausage Company*, Holiday Quality Foods* (2455 Hartnell Ave and 3315 Placer Street), Kents Meats & Groceries*, KIXE TV*, Mercy Medical Center, Moonstone Bistro*, Orchard Nutrition Center, Public Library, R&R Quality Meats*, Shasta County Mental Health, Tapas Downtown Restaurant & Bar*, Tops Sunset Marketplace, Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Wyntour Gardens*, Shasta Family YMCA.
SUTTER: Sutter Buttes Olive Oil Company*.
VINA: New Clairvaux Vineyard & Winery*.
WILBUR: Wilbur Hot Springs and Spa*.
WILLOWS: Northern California Farm Credit*.
YREKA: Yreka Farmers’ Market.
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Edible Shasta-Butte is the guide to local food, dining, and gardening in Northern California’s central valley from Butte County north to the Oregon border.