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It will go directly to NFF’s Learning Garden page where you may also read how we intend to use this funding if we succeed… Read More March 22, 2017 kYra Rice Building healthy ecologies from the dirt up… One of the humans behind Dirt Cheap and Mendo Ag… Works with policy makers in California, Colorado and Washington states to help guide public policy toward more sustainable agriculture models Designed the horticultural program for Carbondale, Illinois group, IESO, with a water recycling process that reduced the company’s water usage by 75% Collaborated on the… Read More February 9, 2017February 10, 2017 yotoen Swamped! The February Floods are here! Despite the seemingly ever-rising tide that is inundating everything, the garden team is still hard at work in the field, seeding, planting, harvesting & hustling to keep the food flowing. In the previous storm about fourteen of the fiberglass roof panels were blown off the Shade House roof; luckily with… Read More January 25, 2017March 14, 2017 kYra Rice 2/4: FREE Tree Pruning Workshop | 2/3: Tool Sharpening Demo 2017-02-08 UPDATE: Both workshops were documented, if you missed the events you can still watch the very informative & insightful videos below: FREE Dormant Season Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop when: Saturday, February 4th, 12pm where: PAUL’S ORCHARD – S. Harbor Drive (next to Thanksgiving Coffee) In this tree pruning workshop 40 year Mendo Coast horticulturist, Gerry York… Read More January 17, 2017January 20, 2017 kYra Rice winter bees Matthew, NFF’s amazing Garden Tech, designed and had 3-D printed this bee feeder. (Click image for an intimate look at the feeding bees, be sure to click image again after it opens to zoom to high res.) More info and video from Matthew’s process coming next week!! 2017-01-20 UPDATE via Yotoen (Matthew) Please enjoy the short explanatory… Read More January 5, 2017January 5, 2017 kYra Rice Brrrr 1/5/17 30° at 8 AM but hangin’ on… Read More December 28, 2016January 3, 2017 yotoen Farewell 2016 2016 May be ending, but our Winter garden is just getting started, take a look at what we’ve been up to: click on any image for high res It ends up what was sitting at the bottom of some massive compost heaps when I got… Read More December 21, 2016January 3, 2017 kYra Rice Quinoa! Temuco Quinoa – Grown on the Mendocino Coast! by Magnolia Barrett General Quinoa Facts The FAO of the UN declared 2013 the International Year of Quinoa and recognized its importance in global food security In 1993, NASA asserted that quinoa comes as close as any singular plant or animal could to supplying all the “essential… Read More December 5, 2016December 16, 2016 kYra Rice Beekeepers New Year’ s Eve – 12/21/2016 A Winter Solstice Celebration Benefit for Bee Bold Mendocino: the campaign to preserve bees in Mendocino County December 21, 2016 Dinner 6-7:30PM, Dance 7:30PM Caspar Community Center Tickets available at: Beekeeper’s New Years Eve Brown Paper Tickets #2716496 Harvest Market, Fort Bragg Out of This World, Mendocino To celebrate Beekeepers New Years Eve—a traditional name… Read More December 1, 2016December 12, 2016 Magnolia Barrett SEEDTray Internships! We are still accepting applications for the paid internship with NFF!! FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROGRAM HERE Quick info: Upon completion of 80 hours of work, interns will receive a $400 stipend. Hours for the after-school internship are: Tuesday 3:30-5pm Wednesday 1-5pm Thursday 3:30-5pm Every day is different and so are peoples’ schedules, therefore… Read More Posts navigation Page 1 Page 2 Next DONATE Contact: ph: (707) 964-0218 e: firstname.lastname@example.org location: 300 Dana St, Fort Bragg, CA 95437 Behind Fort Bragg High School mail: PO Box 974 Fort Bragg, CA 95437 Where can you find NFF produce? Mailing List join our mailing list * indicates required Email Address * Close Proudly powered by WordPress | Theme: Fortunato by CrestaProject.