Inland Empire Old-Grove orange

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America's citrus industry boomed in the early 1900's, when the fruit was considered the finest in the world, but was crushed after WWII. Today the Inland Orange Conservancy (IOC) is working to protect the remaining old groves in California. The IOC initiated a membership program to get fruit directly to local people so that the growers keep more profit. The orange harvest time is divided into three 14-week seasons. For $65 dollars per season members receive 10 pounds per week of the delicate and delicious Valencia and Washington Navel oranges during their selected seasons.

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Serenity Farm

  Murrieta, CA

Welcome to Serenity Farm. We are a small Livestock and Produce farm located in the picturesque Santa Rosa Rancho's area of Murrieta. With our higher elevation and unique micro climate we are able to grow produce 3 seasons out of the year and have some unique heirloom varieties that people are coming to love! (more...)


Artisan Preserves

  Forestville, CA

Making the best preserves requires using sustainably grown local fruit that is not frozen or refrigerated and that is processed within a day of attaining ripeness. It is hand-cut and cooked by open kettle method without the addition of pectin, and is prepared in batches that contain no more than 7 pounds of perfectly ripened fruit. (more...)