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a bee on purple flowers

Planting Habitat for Native Bees

When driving through the farm roads, you may spot purple, magenta, and orange splashes at the ends of tree rows or along hedgerows. These splashes of color are not only beautiful, but they are als...
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Aphids on apricot leaf

Aphids Really Bug Us…

With weather conditions so dry this year, we’re seeing more aphids on the fruit trees and on our favas than we have in a while. Aphids chew on leaves, sucking them dry so that the leaves can’t phot...
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Going Against the Grain with Heirloom Wheat

Going Against the Grain with Heirloom Wheat

Wandering around the orchards, you’ll see the many green beneficiaries of this winter’s rain. Wild grasses and low-to-the-ground flowering plants fill the rows and give the feeling of lushness, eve...
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A Toast to our Roasted Almonds!

A Toast to our Roasted Almonds!

Did you know almonds aren’t botanically considered nuts? They’re stone fruit! Walk up to an almond tree in the summertime and see fuzzy little fruit on the branch—like a little green peach. Only,...
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Flying to the Rescue of Our Monarch Neighbors

Flying to the Rescue of Our Monarch Neighbors

A few weeks back, we planted about 170 plants along an orchard row. These aren’t just any plants. They’ll provide habitat for western Monarch butterflies! The western Monarch has experienced a pop...
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Hello from the Honey Harvest!

Hello from the Honey Harvest!

Kelly Knapp of Miss Bee Haven Honey reaches her bare hand into a hive with no fear. With 120 hives at Frog Hollow (plus more elsewhere!) and almost two decades of beekeeping experience, you can see...
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How We Manage Pests on an Organic Farm

How We Manage Pests on an Organic Farm

Every farm works hard to protect their crops from the threat of pests. Where a conventional farm might use toxic pesticides (which can harm both land and human), organic operations must come up wit...
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