Archive for the 'Farmers Market' Category

Campbell Farmers Market

Sunday, June 7th, 2009

I’m off to a fundraiser this afternoon for the Ecological Farming Association, and I have to leave too early to be able to work at Veggielution. :-( But the extra time this morning did mean that I got to ride my bike and visit the Campbell farmers market, which is my favorite market after Mountain […]

The Farmer’s Kitchen

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

I don’t know why Wednesdays are traditional for newspaper food sections, but enjoy it while we still have newspaper food sections. The LA Times spends the whole section on farmers markets, and has a very interesting article that’s mainly about farmers markets at Kaiser. But it also mentions a project by Sustainable Economic Enterprises of […]

Flour of Power

Saturday, May 9th, 2009

I’m a docent at Año Nuevo State Reserve. Today I went for my one-day-a-month-in-the-off-season, where docents don’t lead guided walks, but are available to answer questions and keep the seals safe. Since it was a Saturday morning, and I didn’t have to be at the park until 9:30, I stopped at the Westside Santa Cruz […]

Won’t you be my neighbor?

Saturday, May 3rd, 2008

The Willow Glen Farmers Market opened this morning. I always go to buy fruit and vegetables, and today, I was also there to talk to voters. I had good conversations with many people, and even saw a few friends I hadn’t seen in many years. And, since I assume you don’t get all of your […]

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