Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing Thank you Thursday for LEFDP

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On June 5th, Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing will host Thank you Thursday for the Live Earth Farm Discovery Program on their great, Westside, dog-friendly patio. $1 of every pint sold will go to LEFDP to support hands-on farm-based education and nutrition programs for local youth. Watsonville, CA, May 12, 2014 – The Live Earth Farm

The Success of Slice!

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We are so grateful to EVERYONE who contributed to making Slice, our dinner in the orchard, a success. It is only thanks to everyone’s contributions that we are able to make the cash contributions go so far. So thank you sponsors, auction donors, guests, growers, wine makers, artisans, chefs, student decorators, center piece makers, photographers,

Love Monday at Discretion Brewing to Benefit the Live Earth Farm Discovery Program

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On November 4th, Discretion Brewing will host Love Monday for the Live Earth Farm Discovery Program.  20% of the days beer sales will go to LEFDP to support hands-on farm based education and nutrition programs for local youth. The Live Earth Farm Discovery Program will be featured in the Discretion Brewing Love Monday program on

Special Slice Discount for CSA Members

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Slice CSA Member Discount We would like to extend a special invitation to Live Earth Farm CSA Members to attend Slice on September 14th for a discounted price.  For two weeks from July 30th to August 13th LEF CSA members will enjoy 10% off tickets to Slice.  In order to get your special

Slice Silent Auction September 14th, 2013

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On September 14th, 2013 the Live Earth Farm Discovery Program will host Slice, the 5th Annual Dinner on the Farm to support hands-on, farming programs for kids of all ages.  You can support the event by donating an auction item, becoming a sponsor, or purchasing tickets to attend the event. Through LEFDP’s programs local under

Spring Fund Drive 2013

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In Michael Pollan’s In Defense of Food, he entreats us to, “Eat food.  Not too much.  Mostly plants.”  These instructions are so simple, even a 3rd grader can apply them to their own eating habits.  In the fields of Live Earth Farm 3rd grader Olivia learned to plant, harvest and build a well proportioned plate