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News & Happenings — Ag Ed

Faster, Sooner, More, Less, Better!?!

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  Harvest is nearly complete. It came fast with more quality and less yield for what we hope will be a better end result.   A quirky year of weather, and growing patterns, has delivered a bounty of delicious produce for us to enjoy in erratic spurts. When and if the fruit came on it seemed to be bumper crops to very little at all.   The first go to answer for this result is the drought, but look further you will hear folks say it was also many other facets that Mother Nature & Human Nature had to offer us this year. We'll take...

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FARMstead ED Newsletter

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                         Learn more about what's coming up... Garlic, Pickling and Tomatoes, "Oh My!"

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Traveling is About the People You Meet...

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 Adventures of a Carry-On at Travel Paso Traveling is all about the people you meet. I met these lovely ladies in Paso Robles via an agricultural program called FARMstead ED. I believe this is the kind of experience that brings a deeper appreciation for place and a richer experience for all. Thank you Lynette Sonne ,Founder of Farmstead Ed, and Barbara Spencer of Windrose Farm

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A journey into the world of heritage pork

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A Journey Into The World of Heritage Pork ..... as seen BY HAYLEY THOMAS    Let’s cut to the meat of the matter. Have you heard of pork butter yet?  No? Let’s fix that. I had no idea what it was either—that is, until my husband and I attended a drool-inducing Pork to Plate seminar hosted by FARMstead Ed at J&R Meats in Paso Robles. The moment local cookbook author Brigit Binns uttered those two words to the group, a collective murmur washed over the crowd. Foodies turned to farmers, farmers to bacon fetishists. I actually laughed with pure giddiness.  read more...

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Paso Robles Wine Fest...and then some!

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  we are thrilled to be included in the elite group of  "...and then some" in Diane Sukiennik's article in today's !

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