Come out on 4.2.13 to have an open discussions about the new Farm Bill and what it means to local Organic San Diego farmers. Bring some thoughts to the table, more markets? Better access? Less cost for certifications? What we will and won't be 'allowed' to sell, grow or share.   Knowing your rights is only part... Continue Reading →

Hola, Me llamo Silkie. Meet the Silkie,  sweet egg laying little hen that loves to be cuddled by people. (My sister's South Western flare on a Japanese Chicken.) I'm getting my very first clutch of eggs today. And I've been doing a lot of prep work before I bring these egg-lets to their new roost. I've raised parrots, Budgies, ducks and pigeons so... Continue Reading →

Winter Lettuce

Winter is a great time to grow your favorite lettuce greens. One of my favorite types of big leaf lettuce is this lovely little leafed daisy. I started lettuce back in November and now I'm starting to get fat hardy red heads. I've got lettuce in several different mediums at the moment. Bucket system, EBB& Flow with agrigate and... Continue Reading →

Quinoa and rice pepper ass kicker.

Today's Recipe: Quinoa and rice pepper ass kicker.   1/2 cup Quinoa. 1/2 cup rice ( long grain unbleached) 2 cups of water. Bring water to a boil, add rice and Quinoa. Mix in 1 tbs olive/coconut/sesame oil. sir. Add mesquite seasoning if you have it. Chop up 3-6 cloves of garlic, (The more the... Continue Reading →

Some uses for Rosemary, the herb of memory.

The Rosemary is a long steamed short leafed bush with a strong aromatic appeal. It was used during the middle ages as an incense burning away the evils of sin and the plague. Its worn on the head in wreaths at wedding to help commemorate the event and last forever in the minds of all who attended. And it's great for the body.  Rosemary can... Continue Reading →

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