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Sonoma Valley Springs (Neighborhood Series)

Sonoma Valley Springs (Neighborhood Series)

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in KRCB Health Connections - mobile
Bilingual education can improve test scores and put students on a path to educational success.
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Rohnert Park (Neighborhood Series)

Rohnert Park (Neighborhood Series)

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in KRCB Health Connections - mobile
Rohnert Park knows that childhood hunger is a problem in the community. Schools, city government and non-profit groups are partnering with private industry to find solutions to the problem.
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Healdsburg Housing (Neighborhood Series)

Healdsburg Housing (Neighborhood Series)

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in KRCB Health Connections - mobile
Housing costs in the North Bay are rising. Health Connections looks at the situation in Healdsburg.
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Cloverdale (Neighborhood Series)

Cloverdale (Neighborhood Series)

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in KRCB Health Connections - mobile
In Cloverdale, residents have banded together to create change. Working the city and neighborhood groups, citizens are creating new safe, recreational spaces for families and children.
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Building a Better Society: Burbank Housing

Building a Better Society: Burbank Housing

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in KRCB Health Connections - mobile
Health Connections looks at the problem of affordable housing, and possible solutions.
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Building a Better Society

Building a Better Society

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in KRCB Health Connections - mobile
Our society is searching for ways to create more equitable ways of treating our fellow human beings. This may mean finding new pathways to defining success and rethinking our current modes of government, pay scales, housing and educational institutio...
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Roy Rogers Radio 91 Live

Roy Rogers Radio 91 Live

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in KRCB Music Video - Mobile
Singer-songwriter, Roy Rogers, appears live on KRCB FM Radio 91.
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Rainbow Girls Radio 91 Live

Rainbow Girls Radio 91 Live

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in KRCB Music Video - Mobile
The Rainbow Girls appear on KRCB FM Radio 91 Live.
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Easy Leaves Radio 91 Live

Easy Leaves Radio 91 Live

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in KRCB Music Video - Mobile
The Sonoma County duo performs live on KRCB Radio 91.
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Rohnert Park: Childhood Hunger (Neighborhood Series)

Rohnert Park: Childhood Hunger (Neighborhood Series)

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
In Rohnert Park, city leaders understand that childhood hunger is a problem. Working from data collected for the health data report: A Portrait of Sonoma County, people from the non-profit, governmental and private sectors have come together to devel...
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 Cloverdale: Recreational Spaces (Neighborhood Series)

Cloverdale: Recreational Spaces (Neighborhood Series)

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
In Cloverdale, community members have come together and are working with city leaders to develop safe places for families and children to gather and play. Safe spaces are important for recreatiion, enjoyment and overall community health.
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Sonoma County Reads - Nora Wilkins  (Spanish)

Sonoma County Reads - Nora Wilkins (Spanish)

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Reads
KRCB North Bay Public Media y la Biblioteca del Condado de Sonoma presentan Rumbo al hermoso norte de Luis Alberto Urrea — el libro del año de Sonoma County Reads. Para más información vaya a http://www.sonomalibrary.org .
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Sonoma County Reads - Nora Wilkins

Sonoma County Reads - Nora Wilkins

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Reads
Sonoma State University Professor, Nora Wilkins, reads from INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH by Luis Alberto Urrea. The book is this year's Sonoma County Reads selection. Join the discussion and find out more at sonomalibrary.org
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Sonoma County Reads - Michelle Santamaria

Sonoma County Reads - Michelle Santamaria

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Reads
Michelle Santamaria, a librarian from Sebastopol, reads from INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH. Join Michelle and others in the community in the reading of this book by Luis Alberto Urrea.
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Sonoma County Reads - David Templeton

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Reads
Sonoma County writer, actor, director and critic David Templeton reads from the book INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH, the Sonoma County Reads 2015 book selection.
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Sonoma County Reads - Armando Garcia-Davila

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Sonoma County Reads
Writer Armando Garcia-Davila reads a passage from INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH as part of the Sonoma County Reads community reading and literacy initiative.
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Faces of My Community - Mariana Martinez

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Faces of my Community
In this Roseland profile, we meet Mariana Martinez, a longtime resident of the area. She is proud of how the community is growing in economic development, but is disappointed in the lack of opportunities for residents when it comes to higher educatio...
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Wild Beasts and Birds...

Wild Beasts and Birds...

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
Wild beasts and birds are not by right the property of merely the people who are alive today but the property of unknown generations whose belongings we have no right to squander. -Theodore Roosevelt
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A Civilization Flourishes...

A Civilization Flourishes...

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
A civilization flourishes when people plant trees under whose shade they will never sit. -Greek Saying
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In the Long History of Mankind...

In the Long History of Mankind...

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
In the long history of mankind, those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed. - Charles Darwin
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Bay Nature: Young Citizen Scientists

Bay Nature: Young Citizen Scientists

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
The California Academy of Sciences is taking young people out into the natural world to collect data about endangered plant and animal populations to help further research.
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Bay Nature: Bringing Back the Bay Checkerspots

Bay Nature: Bringing Back the Bay Checkerspots

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
A small butterfly may be the canary in the coal mine when examining how we are caring for the environment around the Bay Area.
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Bay Nature: California Poppies

Bay Nature: California Poppies

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Exploring the ecology of the state flower and efforts to protect its habitat.
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Bay Nature: Santa Cruz Sand Hills

Bay Nature: Santa Cruz Sand Hills

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Examination of a unique Bay-Area micro environment and the effort to save the species of plants and animals that live there.
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Bay Nature: Coho Salmon

Bay Nature: Coho Salmon

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Salmon face many dangers because of human interference in their environment.
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Bay Nature: River Otters

Bay Nature: River Otters

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
A look at the return of River Otters and how to manage the environment for their survival.
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Drought Gardening Tips: Best time to Water

Drought Gardening Tips: Best time to Water

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
The University of California Master Gardener program, shares tips on things that we can all do during the drought to save water when gardening and taking care of our home landscapes.
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Drought Gardening Tips: Removing Weeds

Drought Gardening Tips: Removing Weeds

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
The University of California Master Gardener program, shares tips on things that we can all do during the drought to save water when gardening and taking care of our home landscapes.
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Drought Gardening Tips: Prioritizing Plantings

Drought Gardening Tips: Prioritizing Plantings

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
The University of California Master Gardener program, shares tips on things that we can all do during the drought to save water when gardening and taking care of our home landscapes.
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Drought Gardening Tips: Importance of Mulch

Drought Gardening Tips: Importance of Mulch

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
The University of California Master Gardener program, shares tips on things that we can all do during the drought to save water when gardening and taking care of our home landscapes.
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Drought Gardening Tips: Using Fertilizers

Drought Gardening Tips: Using Fertilizers

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
The University of California Master Gardener program, shares tips on things that we can all do during the drought to save water when gardening and taking care of our home landscapes.
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Drought Gardening Tips: Adding Compost

Drought Gardening Tips: Adding Compost

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
The University of California Master Gardener program, shares tips on things that we can all do during the drought to save water when gardening and taking care of our home landscapes.
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Eating is an Agricultural Act.

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
Eating is an agricultural act. -Wendell Berry - Cultivate. Celebrate. Connect. http://www.northbaybountiful.org
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Healdsburg: Housing Prices (My Neighborhood)

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
(Short Educational Video) Affordable housing is a big issue in the Bay Area. In the North Bay, people are finding that they can no longer afford to live in the communities in which they work. How do we find solutions and what can be done? There are m...
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American Graduate Champion Radio: Susan Wandling

American Graduate Champion Radio: Susan Wandling

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Audio
Public media stations across the nation are working with their communities to find solutions to the high school dropout crisis and encourage young people to pursue higher education. KRCB North Bay Public Media is participating in the American Graduat...
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American Graduate Champion Radio: Lanny Lowery

American Graduate Champion Radio: Lanny Lowery

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Audio
Public media stations across the nation are working with their communities to find solutions to the high school dropout crisis and encourage young people to pursue higher education. KRCB North Bay Public Media is participating in the American Graduat...
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American Graduate Champion Radio: Diann Kitamura

American Graduate Champion Radio: Diann Kitamura

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Audio
Public media stations across the nation are working with their communities to find solutions to the high school dropout crisis and encourage young people to pursue higher education. KRCB North Bay Public Media is participating in the American Graduat...
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American Graduate Champion Video: Lanny Lowery

American Graduate Champion Video: Lanny Lowery

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Videos
Public media stations across the nation are working with their communities to find solutions to the high school dropout crisis and encourage young people to pursue higher education. KRCB North Bay Public Media is participating in the American Graduat...
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American Graduate Champion Video: Susan Wandling

American Graduate Champion Video: Susan Wandling

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Videos
Public media stations across the nation are working with their communities to find solutions to the high school dropout crisis and encourage young people to pursue higher education. KRCB North Bay Public Media is participating in the American Graduat...
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Faces of My Community - Ali Samii

Faces of My Community - Ali Samii

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Faces of my Community
Ali Samii believes in the future of Roseland, and works for the Northern California Center for Well-Being. He is a graduate of Santa Rosa Junior College and getting a further degree at Sonoma State University. He directs Project TRUE, which is a yout...
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Farmer Olympics - The Farmers Guild

Farmer Olympics - The Farmers Guild

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
The Farmers Olympics is a special event held by the Farmers Guild. The newest wave of farmers got together to take a break from the fields, have a little fun and bring together food consumers and food producers. Events included sack races, T-post pou...
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FarmShorts: Taramasso Ranch

FarmShorts: Taramasso Ranch

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
How does someone with an avian phobia become a successful chicken farmer? Ask Joan Taramasso of Taramasso Ranch in Napa, California! She got over her fears in order to give her chickens a better life. She says, “There’s nothing more fun than watching...
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FarmShorts: Tara Firma Farms

FarmShorts: Tara Firma Farms

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
“Grow the mind to grow the soil, to grow food that strengthens the community.” That is the mantra of Tara Smith of Tara Firma Farms in Petaluma, California. Like many new farmers, she didn’t come to farming through family tradition, but through her c...
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FarmShorts: Mendocino Organics

FarmShorts: Mendocino Organics

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Adam and Paula Manolo Gaska own Mendocino Organics in Mendocino County, California. Paul says that “Agriculture is interaction with the environment. I think therefore I am, well we eat therefore we’re here.” Like many young farmers, he remembers that...
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FarmShorts: Aqua Gardens Family Farm

FarmShorts: Aqua Gardens Family Farm

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Aqua Gardens Family Farm in Menocino County, California, is the product of Jed Davis. He knows water! Always in love with the ocean, he is a surfer and world traveler. Aquaponics shows much promise for supplementing the world’s food supply.
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FarmShorts: Wild Boar Farms

FarmShorts: Wild Boar Farms

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Brad Gates of Wild Boar Farms specializes in tomatoes. His goal is to grow as many varieties as he can, and create new varieties. These multi-colored, heirloom beauties come in so many colors! Purple, orange, pink, green and yellow - and they taste s...
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FarmShorts: Victorian Farmstead

FarmShorts: Victorian Farmstead

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Adam Parks of Victorian Farmstead just celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Victorian Christmas Tree Farm. They added livestock in 2011. The meat company they created is a hyper-local, sustainable meat supplier. They certify that the meat they rais...
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FarmShorts: Tara Firma Farms - Pigs

FarmShorts: Tara Firma Farms - Pigs

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
A well managed Rotational-Cycle-for-Healthy-Soil is necessary to keep our soil healthy and to keep our region from becoming a desert. Tara Smith of Tara Firma Farms in Petaluma, California, explains how the cycle end with pigs. The pigs really dig in...
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FarmShorts: Tara Firma Farms - Chickens

FarmShorts: Tara Firma Farms - Chickens

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Free range chicken farming is an integral part of creating a Rotational-Cycle-for-Healthy-Soil. This is necessary to keep our soil healthy and to keep our region from becoming a desert. Tara Smith of Tara Firma Farms in Petaluma, California, explains...
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FarmShorts: Tara Firma Farms - Cattle

FarmShorts: Tara Firma Farms - Cattle

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
A healthy Rotational-Cycle-for-Healthy-Soil is necessary to keep our soil healthy and to keep our region from becoming a desert. Tara Smith of Tara Firma Farms in Petaluma, California, explains how the cycle starts with cattle.
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FarmShorts: Stewart Ranch

FarmShorts: Stewart Ranch

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Friends of Stewart Ranch owners, Paula and Ailene Pritchett Tarap of Napa, California, have asked them why they don’t ditch the farm and plant vineyards instead. They answer that farming is “in their blood.” The ranch is a family tradition, where the...
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FarmShorts: Singing Frog Farm

FarmShorts: Singing Frog Farm

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Elizabeth and Paul Kaiser of Singing Frog Farm in Sebastopol, California, are building the soil by using no-till farming. Their work on behalf of pollinators, utilizing hedgerows and wildflowers has garnered them national awards.
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FarmShorts: Black Mountain Farm

FarmShorts: Black Mountain Farm

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Marnie Jackson of Black Mountain Farm in Nicasio, California, moved to the country to reconnect with her childhood. She farms and works with fiber to create beautiful and memorable items. Black Mountain also uses pasture rotation to nurture healthy s...
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FarmShorts: Green String Farm

FarmShorts: Green String Farm

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Green String Farm proprietor, Bob Cannard, uses his farm in Petaluma, California, to teach others about connecting to the earth and the sources of their food. The Green String Farm store is built on the idea that good food should be as affordable and...
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FarmShorts: Full House Farm

FarmShorts: Full House Farm

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Christie Cole owns Full House Farm in Sebastopol, California. She and her family share their farm with others in order to educate and inspire people. Her work with horses puts her in a state of creativity and expansion. Farming is conducive to creati...
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FarmShorts: Canvas Ranch

FarmShorts: Canvas Ranch

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in North Bay Bountiful
Deborah Walton and Tim Schaible of Canvas Ranch in Petaluma, California, know that the first rule of farming is: close the gate! Their farm inspires their art. The land and the work informs their viewpoint of life, and they share their knowledge with...
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Let Us Never Forget...

Let Us Never Forget...

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
Let us never forget that the cultivation of the earth is the most important labor of man. When tillage begins, other arts follow. The farmers, therefore, are the founders of human civilization. - Daniel Webster - Cultivate. Celebrate. Connect. http:/...
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We Like That a Sentence...

We Like That a Sentence...

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
We like that a sentence should read as if its author, had he held a plough instead of a pen, could have drawn a furrow deep and straight to the end. - Henry David Thoreau - Cultivate. Celebrate. Connect. http://www.northbaybountiful.org
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If We Cannot Meet Our Everyday...

If We Cannot Meet Our Everyday...

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
If we cannot meet our everyday surroundings with equanimity and pleasure and grow each day in some useful direction, then... life is on the road toward misfortune, misery and destruction. - Luther Burbank - Cultivate. Celebrate. Connect. http://www....
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A Man is Rich in Proportion...

A Man is Rich in Proportion...

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
A man is rich in proportion to the things he can afford to let alone. - Henry David Thoreau - Cultivate. Celebrate. Connect. http://www.northbaybountiful.org
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Flowers Always Make People Better...

Flowers Always Make People Better...

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food, and medicine to the soul. - Luther Burbank - Cultivate. Celebrate. Connect. http://www.northbaybountiful.org
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A House is Not a Home...

A House is Not a Home...

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
A house is not a home unless it contains food and fire for the mind as well as the body. - Margaret Fuller - Cultivate. Celebrate. Connect. http://www.northbaybountiful.org
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To Make a Man Happy...

To Make a Man Happy...

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
To make a man happy, fill his hands with work, his heart with affection, his mind with purpose, his memory with useful knowledge, his future with hope, and his stomach with food. - Frederick E. Crane - Cultivate. Celebrate. Connect. http://www.northb...
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Whoever Could Make Two Ears of Corn...

Whoever Could Make Two Ears of Corn...

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
Whoever could make two ears of corn, or two blades of grass, to grow upon a spot of ground where only one grew before, would deserve more of mankind, and do more essential service to his country, than the race of politicians put together. - Jonathan...
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A Child on a Farm...

A Child on a Farm...

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Cool Quotes
A child on a farm sees a plane fly overhead and dreams of a faraway place. A traveler on the plane sees the farmouse and dreams of home. - Carl Burns - Cultivate. Celebrate. Connect. http://www.northbaybountiful.org
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Faces of My Community - Rose Lyle

Faces of My Community - Rose Lyle

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Faces of my Community
Rose Lyle is a lifetime resident of Cloverdale. She loves the community. Although she remembers better years for her community, she sees a lot of hope and promise for the people of her town. “There was never any reason for us to leave.” She found eve...
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Faces of My Community - Julia Carranza

Faces of My Community - Julia Carranza

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Faces of my Community
Julia Carranza has worked for the Rosalind school district for 22 years. She believes in good nutrition for children and devoted her life to providing healthy food for youngsters so they can grow up healthy. “I would like to see a place where childre...
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Faces of My Community - Anna Solano

Faces of My Community - Anna Solano

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Faces of my Community
Roseland educator Anna Solano grew up in Mexico and moved to the United States at 17 years of age. She was inspired by the American education system. She worked hard, learned English and got a college scholarship. “I grew up I learned about myself, I...
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Faces of My Community - Isabel Ontiveros

Faces of My Community - Isabel Ontiveros

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Faces of my Community
Isabel Basaldua Ontiveros lives in Cloverdale and has a job cleaning houses. Her family has transportation challenges and would benefit from better public transportation. “We are looking for something better..for the best things for our families and...
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Community Organizing - Spanish

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by Darren LaShelle 2 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
(Short Educational Video) In this presentation, learn the importance of communities and individuals coming together to affect change, thus improving health and quality of life. Spanish version. 1 min 15sec
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The Health Center

The Health Center

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by Darren LaShelle 6 years ago
in Short Educational Videos
(Short Educational Video) The Health Center was built entirely by volunteers under the direction of Stan Wahl, a local contractor, with materials donated by community businesses. Mr. Wahl was able to secure over 100 individuals and/or businesses who...
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