Spring has sprung in Sunnyvale

As this short Sunnyvale winter came to a close, I marked my completion of another trip around the sun. Spring is in full force. Our plum tree has already blossomed and tiny fruits have appeared. The nectarine tree is in full blossom. I have had the time to clean the greenhouse a little. You can see the wicking bed I made some improvements on pictured below. The week was exciting for our California local food economy. 

In the news:

The Metro features Garden to Table, and other local food producers in San Jose. Full Circle Farm gets a mention and a quote from Executive Director, Paul McNamara. 

Alice Waters leeks Edible Schoolyard based project with all 10 UC campuses. 

Farm to School, Linking farmers, schools, distributors, youth, and allies across California! opens registration for first webinar.

Are you ready for the voyage? Connect or Contact with Pirate Produce.

A wicking bed component of the aquaponics system in my experimental greenhouse. Those peppers were sprouts that overwintered. The first two peppers appeared this weekend. Mostly root vegetables will grow here. 

A wicking bed component of the aquaponics system in my experimental greenhouse. Those peppers were sprouts that overwintered. The first two peppers appeared this weekend. Mostly root vegetables will grow here. 

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