Two-day Windrose Farm Heirloom Tomato Fest features top chefs, orchard glamping and a whole lot of sheep BY HAYLEY THOMAS
I went for a walk this morning to find our area a buzz with tractors pulling big bins filled to the brim with beautiful grapes from the vineyards; Walnut & Almond trees will soon be "knocked" for their fruit. This is THE time...the time that all the fruits of one's labor all year, and results for what Mother Nature delivered, are harvested, picked & gathered, to then be taken to market. For many of the farmers, this IS payday! For others, it is the next step towards creating quality products that end consumers will enjoy in days, weeks, months and years to come; for...
Bringing farm-fresh fare to your table is a popular concept, but a new local business, FARMstead ED is turning that around and bringing you to the farm. Tribune September 2, 2014 Read more here: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/2014/09/03/3226041_farmstead-ed-food-paso.html?sp=/99/151//&rh=1#storylink=cpy
David continues the conversation with Bill Spencer of Windrose Farm and Lynette Sonne of Farmstead Ed about all the specialty crops they grow, and the many cool events that happen there. Originally aired Aug. 27, 2014
David talks with Bill Spencer from Windrose Farm about the many crops they grow, (including 45 types of apples!), their relationships with many fine restaurants, and the outreach and education they are involved with, including FARMstead ED's Lynette Sonne. Originally aired August 26, 2014