This winter the skies have been mostly cloudy, dropping rain on the earth- like a true California winter, like the ones I experienced when I first moved here a decade ago. Everything is lush. Vibrant green cloaks the mountains, and the air is fresh and full of nature’s scents. On those strong blustery days,
It has been a wet winter this year, but we can always rely on seeing our Wavecrest crew. Santa Cruz Montessori Junior High School, Wavecrest, brings their program to the farm every Thursday, and have for the past decade. They helped give birth to Farm Discovery, and they come bearing an energy of wonder
In California our weather allows us to grow citrus almost year round! And when the apple season wanes (although apples can be stored for quite a while) lemon season is picking up. On the farm we have Meyer lemons and Fuji Apples right now. Combine them and you can have all sorts of delicious recipes.
We have been enjoying lots of rain and wet weather on the farm this winter. Although the weather hasn't been ideal to work in(saturated soil should be left alone!), we have been focusing on building projects and prepping for our upcoming season. We are so grateful to have been joined by a group of agricultural
Scholarships Available for Farm Discovery Summer Camps Farm Discovery’s farm-based day camps offer local kids the opportunity to play and work in the Discovery garden, visit the animal pens and kitchen of a working organic farm that is also host to diverse native habitats. From June through July of 2019 Farm Discovery at Live Earth