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Farm Focus: Milling Frog Hollow Farm Olives

We visited McEvoy Ranch in Petaluma last week to see some of our olives being milled and to learn all about the process. After hand harvesting olives, we deliver them to McEvoy Ranch in Petaluma. We send them to the

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Farm Focus – Watching the Olives

I often say, farming is all about observing. Not just farming, but growing any type of plant, requires paying attention to how plants respond to our care and their environment. When people say, – “I just don’t have a green

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    Recipe via Real Simple

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    1 TBS fennel seeds
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  • Fruit & News of the Week: January 15th 2017

    This Week’s Fruit

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    Frog Hollow Farm
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