Our Black Berry and Raspberry Division will be closing as of JULY 1st. Please contact Lee in the main office for availability. 530-223-1075 or firstname.lastname@example.orgHere are a few photos of some of the grower fields down in Oxnard. The plants are looking fantastic.http://jsmorganicfarms.com.Javier Zamora is one of our growers from the Watsonville/Salinas area. Javier is the owner of JSM Organics and they provide locally grown organic produce, fruits, and flowers. They welcome the public to visit their farms and learn more about organic farming and their operation. To learn more about JSM Organics you can visit their website at
Javier serves as a board member for many different organization. As a board member for the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC), the Agriculture and Land-Based Training Association (ALBA), and California Farmlink he was able to travel to DC to visit the nation's capital and speak with legislators about the important food and agriculture issues. Each year when congress is getting ready to plan the annual funding for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) programs, they bring farmers and ranchers from NSAC member organizations to Washington to speak with congressional delegation's about what matters most to them.Here is a link to the press release from his trip. Thank you Javier for sharing your trip with us. The links to the different orginazitoins that Javier is a member of are here National Sustainable Agricluture Coalition - http://sustainableagriculture.net Agriculture Land-Based Training Associatio - http://www.albafarmers.org/ California Farmlink - http://cafarmlinkcentralcoast.blogspot.com/Mel Fernandez again shared with us some awesome photos from another grower down in Oxnard, CA. Thank you Jeff with Nakamura Farms your plants and berries look amazing! We love seeing our growers beautiful fields and sharing them with you.
Mel Fernandez has been sending me photos of some of the growers down in Southern California & Santa Maria. Here are some awesome photos of Darren's Berries Fields in Santa Maria, CA.The plants are doing great down in Southern California. Here are a few photos of the Fronteras & Radiance from Surfside Farms down in Oxnard, CA.Here are some neat photos from one of our growers down in San Luis Obispo, CA. Chumash Farms sent us these photos of some of our Sweet Ann variety strawberry that they have growing in their towers. Sweet Ann just so happens to be of of Lassen Canyon Nursery's own variety. The towers are a great way to grow strawberries with limited space availability. For example growing them on your deck would be a perfect use for the Tower. The towers look like they are a clean and weed free way to farm small or large scale strawberry patches. Plus who likes to bend over and pick strawberries?? The towers have berries at arms reach with out bending over as much as in raised beds. Here is a link to a website on how to build a tower. http://smsf-mastergardeners.ucanr.edu/Tips/How_to_build_a_strawberry_tower/