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Eat and learn: New Paso Robles business connects foodies, farmers

  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:

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A Second Quick Bite with David Wilson out at Windrose Farm

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

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A Quick Bite with David Wilson out at Windrose Farm

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

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Our Passion for Agriculture

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We all share a facet of passion for Agriculture. Whether you are a high tech engineer, yoga instructor, construction tradesman or public servant, you have a passion for Agriculture that aligns with those who grow your food and produce your everyday necessities. Whether you grow it, make it, cook it, use it, or eat it, WE ALL NEED Agriculture! You may have heard it before, "if you eat food and wear clothes, then you are in agriculture". As I walked through the Lavender Festival and Templeton Farmers Market I could feel the energy as though I were entering into something...

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Summer IS Here!

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It’s time… Time to be sure your garden is ready to withstand all that summer brings on; weather change, insects, unwelcome grazers, lack of water, just to name a few. For those of you with container gardens, Windrose Farm “salad bowls” and the like, it’s time for your potted produce to be moved so they do not cook in the mid-day sun. Don’t let Ma Nature cook your greens before they get to the kitchen! Provide them with afternoon shade, and on those really hot days, give them a light mist around 10am, and or later at 3pm. Give them...

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