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SLO County Farm Trail - Last Call Y'all!

SLO County Farm Trail - Last Call Y'all!

If you are growing, making, moo-ving & shaking in SLO County, we invite you to be on the 2020 SLO Co Farm Trail Map!  email info@farmsteaded.com for more details!  Deadline in January 15th!

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Wishing you the Mooiest of Holiday's...

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Wishing you the Mooiest of Holiday's...

From All of Us, to All of You... Thank you for sharing 2019 with us read more about our year on the 2019 trail here...

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Fall & Holiday Happenings along the SLO Co Farm Trail

Fall & Holiday Happenings along the SLO Co Farm Trail

SO much happening in SLO County in the coming days & weeks ahead... Here's a bit more about what's happening on the SLO Co Farm Trail!  read on!

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Good Bye Summer...Hello Fall! Trail Times

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Good Bye Summer...Hello Fall!  Trail Times

We had a busy summer, welcomed new partners to the SLO Co Farm Trail and have fun new agri-CULTURAL experiences planned for Fall!  Read more about what we have been up to here...

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On the Trail with FARMstead ED

On the Trail with FARMstead ED

A quick meeting with FARMstead ED founder Lynette Sonne and Karen Tallent, owner of The Groves on 41, is enough to get the mouth watering for the savory and sweet flavors grown all along the Central Coast — which is just the reason Lynette was moved to launch the FARMstead ED program in 2014. Five years later, partnered with more than a dozen farmers and producers, an “a-ha moment” sprouted into a full ED-ucational AGRI-cultural experience around San Luis Obispo County. read more here... Written by Nicholas Mattson, courtesy of Paso Magazine

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