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Seaweed Foraging on the Sonoma Coast
Date: June 24, 2017

Examine underwater life with seaweed expert Heidi Herrmann from Strong Arm Farm in Healdsburg. She has been sustainably harvesting and selling seaweed for over a decade, she knows what to pick, how to pick it, and most importantly, how to make it taste delicious!

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Organic Stone Fruit Jubilee - Fresno Co.
Date: June 24, 2017

This fruit-filled evening features tasting and sales of 60+ varieties of peaches, plums, nectarines, apricots, and pluots direct from organic growers! Also enjoy fresh fruit pies, farm tours, presentations, japanese Tea Ceremony, kids craft corner, live music, and local food vendors.

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UC Food Blog

Major differences between extra-early and late harvest peaches are return price, yield and fruit thinning cost. Late-harvest processing peaches produce more profit, new UC studies show
Posted 6/21/2017 - Tree fruit growers can receive premiums for delivering certain extra-early varieties of peaches, but peach farmers may net roughly $800 more per acre from late-harvest processing peaches than extra-early harvest varieties, according to new cost...

Blackberry boy UC's Pat Crawford weighs in on childhood obesity
Posted 5/31/2017 - Today marks the start of the 9th Biennial Childhood Obesity Conference. Since it's founding 18 years ago by UC ANR Specialist Pat Crawford, it has grown from a small gathering of California researchers, educators, and health care professionals to the...

“Eighty percent of waterfowl depend on agriculture for food,” said Dawit Zeleke, second from right. Delta farm tour gives UC students a broader view of food system
Posted 5/30/2017 - UC Global Food Initiative student fellows from University of California campuses throughout the state gathered for a springtime field trip in the Central Valley to learn more about the relationships between food, farming and the environment. The...

Banelino Primary school. (Photo: Roberta Almerez) Bananas!
Posted 5/11/2017 - Did you know that a banana tree is not really a tree? It's a giant perennial bulb that grows to maturity in less than a year, producing one flower that becomes one huge bunch of bananas. I learned this fact last month from banana growers while visiting...

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