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Fairview Orchard's Organic Meyer Lemons recently f...

Blog: Fairview Orchards   -   Tuesday March 11, 2014   -   By Sean

MEYER LEMONS FROM OJAI: CALIFORNIA SUNSHINE IN A BOX FEBRUARY 26TH, 2014 I had never heard of Meyer lemons until one winter Washington weekend spent in the company of gourmands -- one of the serendipities of a migrant's life remains the endless discovery...

Getting Up Close and Personal With California's Dr...

Blog: SavRaw Local Farm Box   -   Saturday March 08, 2014   -   By Kali

http://www.takepart.com/article/2014/02/05/how-think-about-california-drought   This article on Take Part, is about Gene Etheridge, who has an organic fruit farm in Dinuba CA, who is our source for fruit. Please feel free to share this article! 

Lavender Harvest in Full Swing!

Blog: Owens Acres - Lavender, Herbs, and Tea   -   Tuesday July 19, 2011   -   By Laura & Mike

Summer has finally arrived in California after a wild and weird winter and spring.  Lavender is ready for harvest and it's a bumper crop!  Owens Acres specializes in Lavender, Herbs, Teas, Salves, and herb/flower gifts. New this season, ...

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Blog: Blue Hill Farms   -   Wednesday March 23, 2011   -   By Kim

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Local Pastured Lamb, Fresh and Tender Lamb

Blog: Rainbow Ranch Farms   -   Friday February 25, 2011   -   By Poly

Lambs on pasture.   100% grazed and pastured sheep and lamb, they pasture, graze, eat and live naturally, as nature intended. Spring is just around the corner.           &...

The Garlic Bulb Balloon Guy

Blog: Christopher Ranch   -   Monday July 12, 2010   -   By Justin

  Talent comes in many forms and if you’ve ever seen “America’s Got Talent” you know what I’m talking about. On a recent trip to Chevy’s for fajitas and a watermelon margarita (delish if you haven’t tried) my co-worker, Roggie,...

GARLICIA’S TIDBITS – VIVA LA DIVA!

Blog: Christopher Ranch   -   Monday May 03, 2010   -   By Justin

    I’m reeking, I mean reeling, with the news that Beyonce is gaga for garlic. I should have known that’s where the diva-tacular Sasha Fierce gets her sass, spirit, radiance and energy. I just hope the spicy, garlic-coated chicken legs she...

Chinese Garlic Prices Continue Spiking; Welcome Ne...

Blog: Christopher Ranch   -   Monday January 11, 2010   -   By Justin

  It’s been a Happy New Year for domestic garlic growers, thus far. Entering 2010, Chinese garlic supplies have remained uncharacteristically low and prices abnormally high; fueling a domestic demand that hasn’t been this fervent for a...

Chinese Garlic Prices Quadruple Amid Swine Flu Fea...

Blog: Christopher Ranch   -   Wednesday December 02, 2009   -   By Justin

In a fortunate turnaround for domestic garlic growers, the price of Chinese garlic continues ebbing upward, reaching unprecedented levels and outperforming gold and stocks. Indeed, wholesale garlic prices in Beijing have soared 15 times as high as...

Good News For Christopher Ranch & Fellow Domestic ...

Blog: Christopher Ranch   -   Thursday August 06, 2009   -   By Justin

Low Chinese garlic supplies entering the U.S. and strong domestic demand for fresh garlic has subsequently raised the price of Chinese garlic here in the U.S. – welcome news for domestic garlic growers, like Christopher Ranch, who have been burdened by...

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Blog: Morris Grassfed Beef   -   Sunday May 03, 2009   -   By Julie

Please visit our blog at: http://localfood.wordpress.com/ Thank you! Julie Morris, Co-founder of Morris Grassfed Beef  

What we are doing about the drought

Blog: Re Rustica   -   Saturday March 07, 2009   -   By fullofbeans

How are we responding to the drought emergency? We are announcing a VERY big change in response to this long-term water crisis. The water crisis has been worsening for the last hundred years or more, and shows no signs of getting better....

Hot Topic! Almond pasteurization

Blog: Braga Organic Farms   -   Monday March 02, 2009   -   By Doug Braga

This is one of the hottest topics in organics in the past year or so.  I want to talk about almond pasteurization.  Organic almonds are only steam pasteurized, no chemicals are used in the process.  It involves shooting steam at the almonds...

Pro-Cage is Pernicious Piffle

Blog: Re Rustica   -   Wednesday February 11, 2009   -   By fullofbeans

Here’s something that seems overlooked recently. It costs less to produce eggs outside of cages than within.   Add it up and compare for your self. OUTSIDE CAGES (grazing) FEED (per bird/year) - $78 (high estimate, based on increasing feed...

The Joy of Farm Life in California

Blog: Oak Hill Farm of Sonoma   -   Tuesday January 13, 2009   -   By Lynn

Happy New Year from all of us at Oak Hill Farm of Sonoma.  Receiving Local Harvest's monthly email this morning regarding joy and being in Wisconsin made me oh so grateful that we live in California.  Fortunately (or, unfortunately depending on how...

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Happy Chritmas

Blog: Silver Sun Alpacas   -   Thursday December 25, 2008   -   By Ricky

Here, at Silver Sun Alpcas we want to wish everyone Happy Christmas. Wishing everyone the best. Ricky And the Alpacas  


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