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The spirit of the holidays is alive and well in Watsonville, CA, where four families from our #FarmTeam were “adopted” for Christmas by local non-profits and community members. They were given blankets, socks, $100 gift cards, toys, and more. Thank you for appreciating the people who send healthy and tasty food from the farm to your table every day! #CultivatePositiveChange
We’re grateful that the children of our Watsonville #FarmTeam were able to safely celebrate the recent #OurLadyOfGuadalupeDay with a Zoom painting tutorial put together by Moya Art Gallery And Studio and Watsonville Campesino Appreciation Caravan. Please be safe during your holiday celebrations as well!
Part of our mission to improve the #agriculture industry is to “get children out of the fields and into schools,” and so we ensure that none of our farms in the U.S. or Mexico have any child labor. That said, sometimes it’s fun to bring the wonders of the farm to children at school! We recently sponsored a Zoom class for a local school in Salinas, CA about the importance of agriculture in the community. Kids were given a pot, seeds, soil, and a fun lesson on how to grow. #CultivatePositiveChange
Community support for our #FarmTeam & their families, both young & old, in Watsonville has been outstanding! Thanks to United Way of Santa Cruz County, older members of our team now receive weekly boxes of simple & nutritious food & recipes. Also, thanks to Pajaro Valley Unified School District & Daniel Dodge Jr, 300 art kits were donated for our team’s children to enjoy over the summer. Delight in our berries & tomatoes knowing they come not only from good farms, but from #GoodCommunities too!
The recent #CaliforniaWildfires were right in our backyard, and we donated tomatoes, raspberries, and strawberry juice to the displaced victims. Please #donate to help those affected by these fires by following the links in this article: www.time.com/5451804/california-wildfires-how-help-donate/.
Our farms in Baja California help us follow the sun south of the border so that we can always be in the best growing region, no matter the season. One way we support the local community there is by contributing to the Autonomous University of Baja California’s annual fundraiser Armonía (harmony), where the students’ culinary and artistic talents are put on full display. This year’s theme was the 1920s. Learn more about #UABC, northwest Mexico’s leading university, at www.uabc.mx. #Armonia2018