Buying Your Values- Know your Grower, Know your Producer

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How can we create a healthier food system/culture one bite at a time?  The food choices we make, what we eat, where we shop and dine, have an effect on our bodies and the planet.  Farmers markets offer much more than buying organic at a grocery store chain.  Farmers markets offer relationships with farmers and small business owners, the most … Read More

Tomato Talk at the OHG Education Farm

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The UCCE Orange County Master Gardeners are back at the OHG Education Farm for a free talk on growing the best tomatoes on Saturday March 3, 2018! Come out and learn some growing tips and meet some fellow gardeners. This talk is fun and free!

Jun Kombucha with JenEric Foods

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JenEric Foods is a health conscious husband and wife duo that decided they wanted to go into business together because they love spending time together. After experimenting with beer brewing and mead making, Jennifer and Eric Halverson say the light went on when they started crafting Jun. Made with locally sourced honey varietals from places like Caspers Wilderness Park, Temecula, … Read More

Got Green Drinks?

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What do you do if you’ve been a professional health coach for 20 years and when you start posting about your personal juicing program, your clients, friends and family want you to juice for them? That’s how Catherine Rudat started Got Green Drinks? and now owns her very own squeaky clean commercial kitchen. Her cold pressed juice is flash frozen … Read More

Handmade Italian Cheese

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Italian Cheese is what they make, but it’s also their business name. Catherine Rudat’s Sicilian grandmother taught her many things beyond family dinners and that’s how to make fresh mozzarella, ricotta, and scamorza cheese. Mozzarella is a traditionally southern Italian dairy product made from buffalo milk. Ricotta is made from whole milk and takes many turns of the spoon to … Read More

Wild Natives & Refined Veggies

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A current board member of the Orange County chapter of CNPS, Thea Gavin has had fun digging in the dirt as long as she can remember, and she’s enjoyed growing organic fruits and vegetables around her home in West Orange since the late 1970s. She got rid of her lawn in 1985, and since then has been experimenting with a … Read More

Market Location Map

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Here is a map to show the new Orange Home Grown Farmers & Artisans Market layout. We have highlighted parking areas, handicap parking, bicycle parking, public restrooms, the market information booth, and the Park Your Paws pet sitting booth for your convenience.  We host weekly live music and food trucks. Sign up for our weekly eblast that comes our on … Read More

Farmer’s Market Closed December 30th

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The farmer’s market will be closed on Saturday December 30th in observation of New Years. We will re-open in our new location on Saturday January 6, 2018 at 303 W. Palm Ave., Old Towne Orange. Market hours remain 9am to 1pm. This new location is directly across the street from our former location. Parking available on Cypress Street, in Chapman’s … Read More

New Year New Location Celebration

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Orange Home Grown (OHG) announced today the “New Year- New Location” celebration of the Orange Home Grown Farmers & Artisans Market on Saturday, January 6, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The farmers market is moving across the street from its previous home of the Villa Park Orchards Packinghouse. The new market location address is 303 W. Palm Avenue, Old … Read More

Composting Workshop at the OHG Education Farm

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Do you have an interest in starting your own compost pile in your backyard? Come out to the OHG Education farm on Saturday December 16th at 9am and learn the basics of composting from our friends at UCCE Orange County Master Gardeners. The class is free and it will be very informative.