November 27, 2018

In December 2013, my mother and I had the opportunity to travel to tour archeological sites in Israel and Palestine. Besides the wonder of visiting landscapes, lakes, and notable towns and cities I had read about from a young age, I enjoyed seeing how people farm in th...

October 23, 2018

In this blog post:

  • Baby ducklings and mother will rejoin the flock soon!

  • Full Moon Observance Tonight! Tuesday evening Potluck at 6:30pm, songs and more around the fire at 7

  • Upcoming Weekend Events- Saturday Walking Tour & Samples, Sunday Kids Worksho...

September 25, 2018

Happy autumnal equinox! Great organic gardening workshop we had on Saturday... dug out a fair bit of the plastic mulch from previous farmers (at least figured out a system to do it efficiently), juiced carrots cucumbers and lemons harvested only moments before, met gre...

September 15, 2018

In alignment with finishing our first season, its also the 1 year anniversary of Beto and I moving into the SLO area. This time last year we were studying at Cal Poly in the FEED program (now facilitated by Questa and Allan Hancock Colleges) developing business literac...

August 15, 2018

For everyone who has been a CSA member since the first official week, next week is your 13th and final box for this season. Kinda bittersweet right? Fall Season begins September 19th! Contact us to renew or sign up your friends and neighbors :)

We are so grateful for al...

August 10, 2018

Two and three times a week we hunt for cucurbits in the quiet morning when the sun is just starting to warm the air. I waddle down a row bent low, carefully tiptoeing between densely planted cucumber vines, shaded by 10 foot tall sunflowers. As the air warms, there is...

August 8, 2018

In the boxes August 8th 2018

According to Chinese numerology, today is a very luck day, with so many 8's in the date! I studied in China 10 years ago, it was a very day for weddings! (there were a LOT of fire crackers set off a 8am in the courtyard near my apartment). I...

July 31, 2018

Single Share

Assorted summer squash

Cucumbers, Marketmore or Armenian

Carrots

Beets

Chard

Kale

Green Onions

Lemons 

Regular Share: all above plus

Radish

Peppers Anaheim Chili Peppers or Sweet Italian peppers (hot ones are shorter, more wrinkled. The sweet ones are longer, more ho...

July 24, 2018

Single Share

Assorted Summer squash
Armenian and/ or American Cucumbers

Beets or carrots

Pearl Drop Onions

Kale 

Parsley

Chard 

Regular Share: all above plus

Radish

Jade Green Beans

Spinach

Plant Sale

All our greenhouse plants are started from Organic, non-gmo, seed. If not certif...

July 17, 2018

What makes a pepper hot? The capsaicin oil that is concentrated in the seeds of the pepper hold the most punch. Besides helping clear your pores and sinuses, capsaicin can also help relieve inflammation in the joins; it opens up your capillaries helping increase blood...

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