Category Archives: Farm To Table: What’s In Season?

Farm to Table: What’s in season for fall?

  Eating locally produced fresh produce from the farm to your table is great for your health and for your community’s sustainability.   Find out what’s in season for fall, check out this informative site: FruitsandVeggiesmorematters.org        

Farm to Table: What’s in season for fall?

  Eating locally produced fresh produce from the farm to your table is great for your health and for your community’s sustainability.   Find out what’s in season for fall, check out this informative site: FruitsandVeggiesmorematters.org        

Farm-to-Table Food Map of Ventura County

Farms in Ventura County produce more than 100 commercial crop varieties, and the annual value of Ventura County production ranks it 11th among the nation’s 3,140 counties. Here’s a helpful Farm-to-Table map! Click Here

Farm-to-Table Food Map of Ventura County

Farms in Ventura County produce more than 100 commercial crop varieties, and the annual value of Ventura County production ranks it 11th among the nation’s 3,140 counties. Here’s a helpful Farm-to-Table map! Click Here

Farm to Table: What’s in season for summer?

Eating locally produced fruits and vegetables from Certified Farmer’s Markets is great for your health because the produce is fresh and doesn’t have to be preserved to prevent spoilage as it travels long distances. Less travel time means less greenhouse

Farm to Table: What’s in season for summer?

Eating locally produced fruits and vegetables from Certified Farmer’s Markets is great for your health because the produce is fresh and doesn’t have to be preserved to prevent spoilage as it travels long distances. Less travel time means less greenhouse

Prevent Holiday Food Waste with a “GREEN STEW”

Holiday food waste is at an all time high at the November-December holidays.  So, what can you do to avoid waste? Planahead, share, save, and repurpose. FOUR TIPS TO AVOID HOLIDAY FOOD WASTE ·       Plan Ahead: Shop your pantry and

Prevent Holiday Food Waste with a “GREEN STEW”

Holiday food waste is at an all time high at the November-December holidays.  So, what can you do to avoid waste? Planahead, share, save, and repurpose. FOUR TIPS TO AVOID HOLIDAY FOOD WASTE ·       Plan Ahead: Shop your pantry and

Farm to Table: What’s in season for winter?

Are you in a dinner rut? Do you always purchase the same types of fruits and vegetables from your local grocer whether they are in season or not? Living in Ventura, we’re fortunate because our community is located in the

Farm to Table: What’s in season for winter?

Are you in a dinner rut? Do you always purchase the same types of fruits and vegetables from your local grocer whether they are in season or not? Living in Ventura, we’re fortunate because our community is located in the

What’s in season for fall? The 2nd Annual “Taste of Local” Event

Sustainable Ventura News at the 2nd Annual Taste of Local Event on September 25, 2016, WATCH: Sustainable Ventura News at the 2nd Annual “Taste of Local” Event presented by Totally Local VC on September 25, 2016. The event, held at

What’s in season for fall? The 2nd Annual “Taste of Local” Event

Sustainable Ventura News at the 2nd Annual Taste of Local Event on September 25, 2016, WATCH: Sustainable Ventura News at the 2nd Annual “Taste of Local” Event presented by Totally Local VC on September 25, 2016. The event, held at

Farm to Table: What’s in season for fall?

The popular phrase “farm to table” literally refers to fresh produce — fruits and vegetables — that are picked straight from the field (or farm) and delivered to your table vs. having to be preserved and/or frozen and shipped long distances to

Farm to Table: What’s in season for fall?

The popular phrase “farm to table” literally refers to fresh produce — fruits and vegetables — that are picked straight from the field (or farm) and delivered to your table vs. having to be preserved and/or frozen and shipped long distances to

What’s in season for summer?

California grows about 80% of all fruits and vegetables in the United States. In Ventura, we’re extremely fortunate to have a plethora of farms, certified farmer’s markets and local stores that sell fresh farm to table produce. Eating locally produce

What’s in season for summer?

California grows about 80% of all fruits and vegetables in the United States. In Ventura, we’re extremely fortunate to have a plethora of farms, certified farmer’s markets and local stores that sell fresh farm to table produce. Eating locally produce

What’s in Season for Spring 2016?

Sustainable Ventura News visits the Certified Farmers’ Market at Pacific View Mall to find out from local farmers “What’s in season for spring 2016?” SPRING RECIPE IDEAS! Salad Recipe Ideas: Beet & Tangerine Salad Arugula Salad Avocado Recipe Idea: Avocado

What’s in Season for Spring 2016?

Sustainable Ventura News visits the Certified Farmers’ Market at Pacific View Mall to find out from local farmers “What’s in season for spring 2016?” SPRING RECIPE IDEAS! Salad Recipe Ideas: Beet & Tangerine Salad Arugula Salad Avocado Recipe Idea: Avocado

What’s in season for Winter? Think GREEN & Buy Local!

Did you know that Ventura County ranks No. 10 among all counties in the United States? We’re extremely fortunate that we live right here in Ventura County where we have access to abundant fresh, locally grown produce year round. The

What’s in season for Winter? Think GREEN & Buy Local!

Did you know that Ventura County ranks No. 10 among all counties in the United States? We’re extremely fortunate that we live right here in Ventura County where we have access to abundant fresh, locally grown produce year round. The