Autumn Harvest Farm to Fork Dinner at the OHG Education Farm

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Our autumn dinner is a celebration of time and place, highlighting the freshest ingredients grown on our farm. Each seat at our table is an opportunity to invest in our local community. Guest chef Dee Nguyen, owner of Break of Dawn restaurant will showcase a seasonal 7 course meal outdoors at the OHG Education Farm. “Inclusive” live music, drinks, locally … Read More

How You Can Help Put a Stop to Climate Change

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By guest blogger Neil Stawsh of climatewise.co Image courtesy of Pixabay Sometimes the really big problems our world faces can seem like they are beyond our control. Climate change can appear to be one of those uncontrollable, major issues. After all, if something affects the entire planet, what can one person do to help? Thankfully, there is a lot you … Read More

How to Build an Altar for Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos

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At 10:00 am on Saturday, October 27, 2018 at the Orange Home Grown Farmers & Artisans Market Presenter: Lisa David, Market Manager In Mexico, it’s believed that the dead are allowed to return to Earth once a year, on the Day of the Dead, when the veil between worlds is thin. We build an altar to invite them to visit. … Read More

Halloween Petacular at the Farmer’s Market

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An event to celebrate our furry friends! Bring your pets and kids in costume to the farmer’s market for a morning of Halloween fun! Costume contest for pets and kids, giveaways, pet resources and more!

Seed Starting Class at the OHG Education Farm

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Come out to the OHG Education Farm on Saturday, September 8th from 9-10am and learn the basics of seed starting with Master Gardener Fran. OHG will supply the seeds and materials. We ask that class participants take enough seeds for themselves and for the Education Farm. In one month, class participants will be invited back to the farm to plant … Read More

3nd annual Orange Home Grown Farmer’s Market to Table Dinner fundraiser

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The 3nd annual Orange Home Grown “Farmer’s Market to Table Dinner fundraiser” in Old Towne Orange is back! Enjoy an al fresco meal under the stars at a new Old Towne Orange location with views! Featuring locally sourced, sustainably grown, and ethically harvested seasonal foods from local farmers and food artisans that participate in the weekly Orange Home Grown Farmers … Read More

OHG YFLP Graduation Celebration and Scholarship Presentation

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OHG will be hosting it’s first OHG Youth Food Literacy Program Sponsored by the Picerne Family Foundation “Graduation Celebration & Scholarship Presentation” on Saturday, July 28, 2018 at 3pm. The event will take place in the Community Room at the Orange Public Library.  We look forward to celebrating our program students and thanking all of our community partners for making the program such a huge … Read More

OHG Chicken Coop and Urban Farm Tour

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OHG Chicken Coop & Urban Farm Tour 2018 Saturday, June 30, 2018 1pm-4pm Tour starts at the OHG Education Farm- 356 N. Lemon Street, Old Towne Orange Map/Program Pick-up at the OHG Education Farm 1pm Tickets are $10 donation for adults (16 years old and older) Kids free Petting zoo, vegetables for sale, chicken coop viewing, vegetable garden viewing, and more! … Read More

Composting Class

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Next Class at the OHG Education Farm– Mark your calendar for Saturday, June 9, 2018 at 9am for our next free composting class. Thanks to the UCCE OC Master Gardeners, we will learn how to reduce our carbon footprint at home. 

EARTH DAY LAUNCH OF BYOB – BRING YOUR OWN BAG AT ORANGE HOME GROWN FARMERS & ARTISANS MARKET

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Orange Home Grown (OHG) Farmers & Artisans Market is celebrating Earth Day by taking bold steps to reduce the plastic footprint of the market.  Starting April 21, 2018, plastic bags will no longer be provided by vendors. Customers will be asked to BYOB – Bring Your Own Bag. Lisa David, Market Manager explains, “Last year we implemented a policy of … Read More