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  • ... when asked for a recipe using a favorite ingredient from the farms . "I got it! A red, white and blue potato salad. It's ... else to do, he and Raquel bought a 160-acre apple farm in Tehachapi. Soon after, nature taught them the first hard lessons in ...
  • ... peaches, plums, nectarines and apricots. (Check each farm's website, or better yet call, before heading out. Picking seasons are ... are heavy with peaches and plums. Yingst is open weekends from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and call ahead to see if the list of available fruit ...
  • ... a lot of experience stealing, but the cookbook Lucid Food had just enough going for it that stealing became a very real ... she couldn't possibly come to dinner. I went into the kitchen with a heavy heart, a strainer full of expensive mushrooms and ...
  • Building a hyper local food system will ensure food security for everyone in the urban core, ... ill-equipped to produce such products. Small-scale farm and food enterprises have thrived by establishing direct ... Market began in 1934 with just 18 farmers who sold from the backs of their trucks. Today, there are almost 100 Certified Farmers ...
  • The California Department of Agriculture and Food today announced the launch of a new blog intended to keep the public updated on what's going on at the state agency. ... food and farming blogs of note include those from University of California's Division of Agriculture and Natural ...
  • ... Farm and KCETLink. Watch a segment from KCET's "SoCal Connected" and visit the project hub for more information. ... sunsets, after all -- piling up a fork with homegrown food is a challenge. Farming doesn't exactly flourish in our cities, ...
  • The dogs prepare for the Rock-a-Doodle Farm Tour, but Trilby wants to stay home to turn the garden into a farm . The dogs teach Trilby about all the good things that come from farms . After discussing how you wake up on a farm , B. Max invents a ...
  • ... your hand at an edible garden, no need to wait for spring. SoCal's perpetually sunny climate means planting can continue year-round, ... can underestimate is how much space it takes to grow food ," Kolla says. "If your aim was to feed yourself year round, even a ...
  • ... A segment for KCET's award-winning TV show " SoCal Connected" is based on this story. Watch it here now. After having "lived long and hard in D.C.," food activist Robert Egger is reconnecting with his Southern California ...
  • ... supplement their income during the Great Depression with food they grew themselves. [scald=76311:kl_image_original_context ... financial portfolios. As a federal official would tell the public in 1934, the hope was for the small farm movement to "develop a ...

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