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Weed Upicks, all you can pick

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Rain, rain, come again, oh won't you help my plant's life to begin. It's spring again! After a very wet start to the winter we hit a dry spell; nonetheless, farm activities must go on. Without further ado let us begin! Since March we have spaded the field, incorporated compost, listed the beds,

Hello from Denise!

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Hello, my name is Denise Bloodsaw and I am the new Education Associate for Farm Discovery at Live Earth! My environmental and outdoor education journey began in 2013. In Connecticut, I volunteered and worked at Mystic Aquarium, educating guests about wildlife conservation and research. My interest in working with animals and kids began the

Pork Tenderloin with Pink Peppercorn and Apple Jelly

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Ready in 90 minutes Serves 4 This recipes features our Pink Peppercorn and Apple Jelly! When roasted it makes a delicious glaze you can put over mashed potatoes, or use in a dressing for a side salad. I will be using the rest of my glaze on chicken wings! You can

Springtime Spring Rolls!

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Ingredients: Shredded Carrots Mint Cilantro Lettuce Shredded Purple Cabbage Ginger Garlic Soy Sauce or Coconut aminos Chicken Rice paper rolls Directions: Mix soy sauce/coconut aminos, ginger, and garlic in a mixing bowl. Put chicken in and let marinade for at least 15 min (the longer they marinade the more flavor) Prep veggies. Shred carrots,

Springtime Field Trips

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Spring is in full bloom! Finally the rain showers have subsided, and boy have we been busy. Spring field trips are off to a great start, filled with energy from students all over Pajaro Valley, Santa Cruz County and beyond! We love seeing the new faces here at the farm, and for many students, these

Spring has Sprung!

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It’s been feeling like spring lately! The time of year has come when we are busy mowing cover crop and overturning earth getting ready for summer planting. Spring is a special time on the farm, where we wait patiently for our favorite farm treats to ripen, and get to welcome some new life onto the