Visit the SOTA Farm, learn about Glen Park microclimates July 23rd

Roots to Fruits LogoGreat event happening right here, at the rim of Glen Canyon, at The School Farm, School of the Arts (SOTA) 555 Portola Drive: http://roots-to-fruits.com/events. Pam Peirce, Author of Golden Gate Gardening, is the keynote speaker at this event (http://www.pampeirce.com).

If you’ve never been to the SOTA Farm, you are in for a real treat. A hidden gem on the outskirts of our very own neighborhood. To read more about the Farm: http://www.eco-sf.org/program/school-farm

Hope to see you there!
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Our Kickoff Event Takes Place July 23, 2011

Roots to Fruits, a new event series, seeks to raise awareness on our local food system, by offering a unique opportunity to sample the tastiest summer fruits which can thrive in various San Francisco micro-climates. Attendees will have an opportunity to pre-purchase fruit trees at this fun-filled family event, and enjoy the demos, contests and talks offered throughout the day. The first of three events, on July 23, 2011, will center around a Fruit Tasting Orchard, where anyone may sample the carefully selected summer fruits that thrive in the legendary San Francisco “fog belts” and “sun belts.”

EVENT: ROOTS TO FRUITS, TASTING OUR SHARED FRUITURE

Saturday, July 23

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Location: The School Farm at School of the Arts (SOTA)

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Address: 555 Portola Drive. San Francisco.

Highlights:   A Stone Fruit Tasting Orchard, Backyard Showcase Garden, Outdoor Earth-Friendly Kitchen, Fruit-centric Demos & Workshops, Hyperlocal Vendor Marketplace & Juicy Contests, Raffle Prizes and MORE!

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