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Be a *locavore with an evening of healthy local choices!



Women’s Local Choices Night

Friday, June 19th

6~9 pm


Come enjoy a causal evening in the country

celebrating local women sharing their unique products……


Hey Honey Organic Lemonade, Pure Valley Honey, Pink Papaya Spa Parties,

Juby’s Salsa, Visalus Nutrition, Weston Price Foundation, Riverdance Farms,

Athena’s Olive Oils, My Sisters Bakery, Kangen Water, Rancho Piccolo

and music guest

Rachel Rene

This venue will be for women only

on

Riedinger Ranch

3301 E. Linwood Ave

Turlock, CA


For more information please contact

Anna Riedinger (209) 667-7947/(831) 594-5638

annariedinger@gmail.com

*those who prefer to eat locally grown produced food

this event is free!



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We have shown you gardens growing in garbage bags, growing in kiddie pools, container gardening, gardens on city roof tops and now another resourceful tool…the tire!!

This just proves how simple growing your own can be & how ideas don’t seem to end for many creative people that want to be close to their food!

More from our favorite earth loving friends at earthfirst.com :)

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September 6 ~ 13, 2008

This fabulous event by far is the coolest thing happening in the foothills of the Sierras since the gold rush days!

This community has done an outstanding job of coming together honoring their farmers, artists and history for their second annual festival. Over an eight day period with 6 venues at 6 different locations you will be introduced to beautiful farms, local artisans, ranches, foods, wines, forests and much more.

Foothill farmlands fest is not only celebrating the Mother lode community, it is affordable and GREEN….a definite “must do” to support this good time that will go solar, reduce, reuse and recycle!

Check out all the festivities on their awesome website www.farmart.org and their continually updated blog!

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We would like to share with you this video of co-founder and co-president of a progressive nonprofit organization Bioneers, it promotes practical environmental solutions and innovative social strategies for restoring the Earth and communities, supporting cultural diversity and traditional farming practices.

Their Mantra…

“It’s All Alive, It’s All Intelligent, It’s All Connected.”


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Organic farms have historically been small, family-run businesses producing for local markets. But as conventional agribusiness and the supermarkets move in, organic shops are expanding, being bought up, and increasingly resembling their non-organic counterparts.

Under pressure by Wal-Mart, many multinational food corporations have developed organic versions of their best-selling brands, including Heinz, General Mills, Kellogg’s, Groupe Danone, Nestle, Unilever Bestfoods, RHM, Mars/Masterfoods, Kraft, Premier Foods, Northern Foods and Pepsi-Co.

You can now get “organic” ketchup, rice crispies, and ready meals — what started out as a method of producing healthy and nutritious food is now turning out highly industrialized multi-ingredient products.

These industrial organic foods are being marketed along with vitamin-enriched products and functional foods; in the eyes of General Mills, “organic is not a revolution so much as a market niche.”

Source: Organic Consumers Association.

News letter comment by Dr. Mercola:

I’m not at all surprised at this development; it was bound to happen. How could any self-respecting, profit-driven, integrity-challenged food company ever let a swelling “market niche” go untapped?

That doesn’t mean you have to buy into their watered-down, kinda-sorta-organic-even-though-mass-processed versions of what could be real food, however.

You still have the power to circumvent these con-jobs and demand the real deal.

It’s mainly a matter of knowing where to find locally harvested organic foods, buying from sources you want to see thrive, and reading packaged food labels like they’re the hottest thing from Oprah’s book club.

The fact of the matter is; true organic IS better. Both for you and for the environment.

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She is fresh, she is wholesome and she comes from just over the hill,
the beautiful Salinas Valley.

Kudos to this organic company, it is not only proud of the triple washings of their salads, but their recyclable bags and corn-based compostable trays.
They are responsible growers that are doing their part for the environment by practicing sustainable and ecological farming.

So, for those Safeway shoppers, this is opportunity to do your health a favor and try Organicgirls greens and vegetables.

Don’t forget… we want to know what you think!

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