Swamped!

The February Floods are here! Despite the seemingly ever-rising tide that is inundating everything, the garden team is still hard at work in the field, seeding, planting, harvesting & hustling to keep the food flowing. In the previous storm about fourteen of the fiberglass roof panels were blown off the Shade House roof; luckily with…

Farewell 2016

2016 May be ending, but our Winter garden is just getting started, take a look at what we’ve been up to: click on any image for high res                       It ends up what was sitting at the bottom of some massive compost heaps when I got…

Beekeepers New Year’ s Eve – 12/21/2016

A Winter Solstice Celebration Benefit for Bee Bold Mendocino: the campaign to preserve bees in Mendocino County December 21, 2016 Dinner 6-7:30PM, Dance 7:30PM Caspar Community Center Tickets available at: Beekeeper’s New Years Eve Brown Paper Tickets #2716496 Harvest Market, Fort Bragg Out of This World, Mendocino To celebrate Beekeepers New Years Eve—a traditional name…

SEEDTray Internships!

We are accepting applications for the WINTER Internship! FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROGRAM HERE Quick info: Upon completion of 80 hours of work, interns will receive a $400 stipend. Hours for the after-school internship are: Tuesday 3:30-5:30pm Wednesday 1:15-3:15pm **Rotating schedule, every other Wednesday 1:15-5:15pm Farmers Market Thursday 3:30-5:30pm Every day is different and…

Miraculous Chayote

by Matthew Richards I had the good fortune to attend a recent talk given by Linda Leitner the venerable head gardener at the Redwood Coast Senior Center; the topic of the talk being a remarkable perennial gourd thought to originate from Mesoamerica. It is known by many names throughout the world but “Chayote” (Sechium edule)…