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Upcoming Events

Workday and Barn Dance - Pescadero
Date: August 18, 2018

Celebrate the spirit of community at this monthly ritual of touring or working together on the ranch, sharing locally grown food, and then spinning, laughing and dosey-doing together into the night.

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Sunday Brunch on the Farm - San Diego Co.
Date: August 19, 2018

Come enjoy a lazy and super tasty Sunday on the farm with a 3 course Sunday Brunch by our Farmacy collab partner, Chef Christina. Includes farm tour, full brunch, coffee by Common Good Coffee, tea, juices and maybe a surprise or two.

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UC Food Blog

The avocado, often thought of as a vegetable, is really a fruit and it's packed with potassium. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey) Why 'AA' is for Avocado Addict
Posted 8/15/2018 - If you're like most of us, you “go bananas” for a banana for breakfast. It's healthy, nutritious and packed with potassium. But wait! You should probably go bananas for another fruit--that pear-shaped avocado. Did you know the avocado...

Fresno farmer Vang Thao in his moringa plantation. Fresno’s Southeast Asian farmers are on trend with new ‘superfood’
Posted 7/9/2018 - Farmer Vang Thao has been managing a successful farm south of Fresno for nearly 30 years, producing a spectacular array of vegetables – heirloom tomatoes, purple bell peppers, water spinach, bitter melon, Thai eggplant and dozens of others. Every...

Delivery truck wrapped in healthy food marketing. Photo: @slcusdfood School food: Supporting healthy kids and local food systems
Posted 6/25/2018 - School food service is a multibillion dollar industry that impacts the lives of over 30 million (mostly) low-income students. Every school day and, with increasing frequency, during summer weekdays as well, this industry provides two-thirds of students'...

Labor costs about 7 cents per vine for managing the “touchless” vineyard, compared to $1 in the conventional vineyard, says Kaan Kurtural, UC Cooperative Extension specialist. Growers get labor-saving ideas at UC Grape Day
Posted 6/19/2018 - Will machines replace the romance of the hand-cultivated wine grape vineyard? A “touchless” vineyard was among the latest research on labor shortages, weeds and pest management by UC Cooperative Extension scientists discussed at Grape Day...

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