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Old 07-26-2011, 02:36 PM   #1
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Default I recently found a little farm that is open to the public near me.

When we had our neighborhood block party for the 4th, I saw a man wearing a tee shirt that had "Full Circle Farm" printed on it. I had to ask about it. It is not part of a group in the Pacific Northwest that ships boxes of produce each week to people like my BIL in Juneau. Turns out he is a volunteer there and was so proud to tell us all about it.

It is a small farm in Sunnyvale, CA and is open to the public several days per week. What they sell varies from time to time. We got some lovely basil. For some reason, we can't grow it. It bolts on us. Our tomatoes are just coming in, so we won't be buying any other than if we want something that we don't grow.

However, they have a nice variety of herbs and veggies. We will be visiting more often.
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