Reduce, Reuse, Recycle at the OHG Farmer’s Market

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Just a friendly reminder that many of our farmers and artisans at the Orange Home Grown Farmers & Artisans Market do their part to be earth conscience. Below is a list of what you can reuse and recycle with some of our vendors each Saturday! Black Sheep Farms: Reuse berry baskets Gaytan Family Farms: Reuse egg cartons & berry baskets … Read More

Food Miles Map for the Orange Home Grown Farmers & Artisans Market

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Food miles measure the distance between farm and table. Food miles are often used to quantify the environmental impact of food production and transportation. According to an article published in Farm and Dairy by Ivory Harlow in June 3, 2016, the average pound of tomatoes sold in the U.S. supermarket travel 1,569 food miles and emits .21 kg CO2.  The average … Read More

Farm Visit with Black Sheep Farms

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Black Sheep Farms invited Orange Home Grown Farmers & Artisans Market Managers to their 10-acre farm in Ontario, CA. Edgar and his wife, Lidia are second generation farmers and have owned their own farm for six years now. They hope their children, Joshua and Jordan will be able to continue their legacy. When Edgar’s father came to the United States, … Read More

Orange Home Grown is delighted to be co-presenting ’The Biggest Little Farm’ at the Newport Beach Film Festival! 

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Orange Home Grown is delighted to be co-presenting ’The Biggest Little Farm’ at the Newport Beach Film Festival!    Tickets are now on sale. More information is available on The Newport Beach Film Festival website. www.newportbeachfilmfest.com   The Biggest Little Farm Sunday, April 28 at 4:45pm Edwards Big Newport ,  300 Newport Center Dr, Newport Beach Evicted from their small Los Angeles apartment, … Read More

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