Despite what the weather has us believe, we are in the height of the winter growing season for Southern California. When considering winter vegetable production, we typically think of sowing the seeds, disease and pest management, and harvesting the vegetables. But what happens after the veggies are left in the harvest basket? What is the proper way to store all the various winter veggies to prolong that crisp, just-harvested taste and ensure that you are getting the most of your vegetables?
Now that 2013 has drawn to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the past year.
In 2013, Farmscape helped create 74 new gardens and welcomed 49 new members to our weekly farming program. Among those 74 new gardens was this beautiful hillside project in Palos Verdes:
We continued to work with the Jonathan Club, expanding their downtown LA rooftop project, and adding quite a bit of growing space:
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