(Click image to enlarge) Tons of local fresh fruits and vegetables as well as many local vendors. The Market is open from 5:00 to 8:00 PM The Market in on Washington and Pine St. and continues through September 9th. Live… Continue Reading →
Recently I was lucky enough to step in for Doni and represent A News Cafe at the Redding Farmers’ Market. I love the addition of the ‘Chefs at the Market’ series, having different chefs from our area sharing their recipes… Continue Reading →
If you head to French Gulch this Saturday, Aug. 27, don’t be surprised if a few flirty saloon girls wave to you from a balcony, Annie Oakley shows you her shooting skills and bandits hijack a stagecoach at high noon.… Continue Reading →
Blink and you’ll miss Redding’s newest farmers’ market, tucked alongside Enterprise Health Foods on Hartnell Avenue. So, keep your eyes wide open. You don’t want to miss this little Thursday night gem, or the passionate people from the Mountain Growers… Continue Reading →
What: 5th Annual Igo Street Sale
When: Saturday, June 11, 8 a.m.
Where: Placer Road
Please join us in beautiful downtown Igo on Saturday, June 11th. Starting time is 8 a.m. for all the activities below:
The 5th Annual Igo … Continue Reading →
The north state boasts a bounty of local farmers and food producers. ANewsCafe.com would like to celebrate them in “Local Grub,” a new series by reporter Adam Mankoski. Adam profiles some of our neighbors who rise with the sun (sometimes… Continue Reading →
What: Shasta County’s Plant a Row for the Hungry Kick-off When: Apr 9, 9 a.m. Where: Redding Certified Farmers’ Market, 777 Cypress Ave., Redding Shasta County’s Plant a Row for the Hungry campaign kicks off Saturday, April 9, 2011 at… Continue Reading →
It’s great to know that people and organizations that are leading the way locally are, in fact, leading the way for the state as well.
During the recent CalFresh Forum in Sacramento, sponsored by California Food Policy Advocates and the California Department of Social Services, … Continue Reading →
As I explore my new home of Bellevue, Washington, I’m reminded of how important California’s agricultural exports are to the rest of the nation. While shopping for fresh fruit at grocery stores, signs stating “grown in California” pop out at… Continue Reading →
The number of farmers markets in the United States has more than doubled during the last 10 years to 6,132, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Not surprisingly, California has more farmers markets (580) than any other state. New… Continue Reading →