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Fruit & News of the Week: June 19 2017

This Week’s Fruit: Santa Rosa Plums Frog Hollow Farm, Brentwood, CA Santa Rose plums are famous for their beautiful dark skin, yellow flesh and are delicious eaten fresh or canned. This variety was developed by Luther Burbank in, you guessed

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Farm Focus: The Berkeley Urban Bee Lab

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Our food system is in trouble.  Farming has become increasingly more difficult. Many factors are causing farming to become increasingly more difficult including, climate change, an increasing need for bee keepers and bee pollinators, and a drastic decrease in the

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  • Fruit & News of the Week: June 19 2017

    This Week’s Fruit:
    Santa Rosa Plums
    Frog Hollow Farm, Brentwood, CA
    Santa Rose plums are famous for their beautiful dark skin, yellow flesh and are delicious…

  • Recipe: Crumb Topping for Pies & Crisps

    Crumb Topping
    This topping can be used all summer for
    fruit crisps and pies. It works very well with
    gluten free flours, too!
    from Martha Stewart
    Ingredien…

  • Fruit & News of the Week: June 12th 2017

    This Week’s Fruit:
    Stella Cherries
    Frog Hollow Farm, Brentwood, CA
    Stella cherries are dark almost to the point of being black and slightly smaller than the…