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Orange Home Grown Foundation Inc. (OHG) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded by Orange, California residents dedicated to cultivating community and inspiring change by offering resources that support hands-on learning, volunteerism, and camaraderie around a healthy and sustainable food system. Orange Home Grown’s focus is to increase public awareness of locally grown food and support sustainable agriculture.
Orange Home Grown hosts education events such as the OHG Urban Chicken Coop Tour, local chef culinary demonstrations, farmers market to table dinners, education presentations focused on topics such as gigantic pumpkin growing, reducing your carbon footprint, honey harvesting, butterfly gardens, vegetable growing, composting, canning and much more. Through the OHG Education Farm, Orange Seed Lending Library, OHG Scholarship Program, OHG Youth Food Literacy Program sponsored by the Picerne Family Foundation, and the OHG Farmers & Artisans Market, OHG offers weekly opportunities to engage in the locally grown food revolution. These activities help bring residents together and create community around local agricultural opportunities. Get involved, give back, and be local!
Orange Home Grown is a non-profit volunteer-based organization that runs and manages the Saturday Orange Home Grown Farmers & Artisans Market in the heart of Old Towne Orange. The Farmers Market runs rain-or-shine every Saturday from 9am to 1pm, and is located at Chapman University’s Becket Building lot- 303 W. Palm Ave. Orange, CA 92866. Dog-sitting, yoga classes, cooking demonstrations, market tours, knife sharpening, OHG Kid’s Club and more are offered each month. EBT accepted and Market Match provided with each EBT transaction.