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Fruit & News of the Week: August 7, 2017

Fruit of the Week: O’Henry Peaches Frog Hollow Farm, Brentwood, CA Farmer Al’s favorite peach to grill, the O’Henry has the flavor, size, and crimson blush that makes for a truly memorable peach. It’s elegantly pointed shape slices to an

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Farm Focus: Early Summer Crops

The beauty of a Community Supported Agriculture program is the connection forged between the farm and our community of supporters.  We are in this together and, while we are all affected when a crop suffers, we also reap the rewards

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Fruit & News of the Week: February 27th

THIS WEEK’S FRUIT: Tarocco Blood Oranges Frog Hollow Farm, Brentwood, CA A beautiful orange to deep red flesh is revealed when you slice open a Tarocco. The flesh of the blood orange is firmer and more dense than an orange

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Farm Focus: Soil as a Carbon Sink

Courtesy of the fine folks at CalCAN With climate change, scientists predict that California will experience more weather extremes that will put a huge strain on our community and on agriculture. Farmers and ranchers are among the first to experience

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Farm Focus: A New Hope for Cherries

Next we’ll be picking Rainer cherries. Our harvest this year, sadly like those of the past two years is very meager. But we’re feeling blessed to have as much as we do. Cherry orchards all over the state of CA are experiencing

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