The community gave a proper turn-out to the urban farm's annual spring plant sale and expo! Visitors scooped up heirloom plants (the tomato plants were especially popular); feasted on BBQ and DVC Culinary delicacies (pork sliders, quinoa stuffed peppers, pasta salad, guacamole,and more!); attended mini-workshops on olive oil, foraging, herbs, gray water systems, and more; took advantage of on-the-spot mini-tutorials on soil health, vermiculture, composting, and organic gardening with Master Gardener Marian Woodard and John Matthesen; spoke with our many wonderful vendors (Eco-Mulch, Succulent Garden Club, Kricket's homemade soaps, and more!); and visited neighbors and friends while enjoying a beautiful sunny spring day at the ranch! If anyone has photos they'd like to share, please e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll post them here! Thanks to everyone for making this annual event a wonderful success!
Photos by Alison Clary
The Rodgers Ranch Heritage Center's Board of Directors is excited to use our blog, Ranch Posts, to keep members and the public informed of the latest activities at the ranch. We invite you to comment, ask questions, or muse on the heritage center, both its historical past and its thriving present.