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CSA Neighborhood Pick-ups announced!

9 Mar

We’ve gotten together with some of our friends in the community and have settled a few of our pick-up spots in Santa Cruz.  We’ve got Soquel covered at Main Street Garden Cafe.  The Westside at Companion Bakers and the Eastside on 34th Ave in Pleasure Point.  We’re also looking for another pick up spot in the Downtown/Seabright Area, so if anyone out there has any leads or any CSA members who are willing to host and live in that zone, we’ll hook ya up with something nice.  Check out a map of our pick-up sites here.

We’re also planning on offering a bread share through Companion Bakers and special discounts on events held at Main Street Garden.  Stay tuned!



19 Oct

On a rainy Sunday in October, the crew at Fogline Farm threw a farm party held at the Main Street Garden Cafe.  All produce and meats were sourced from the farm and were prepared beautifully by Chef Brad Briske and the crew at Main Street.  Good times were had by all, including French TV.  Here are a few snapshots from the evening.  Thanks to all who pitched in and made it a memorable event.


Kitchen Time

6 Oct

Kitchen Time!  Making a roasted Dry Farm Tomato Sauce.

The tomatoes are cut, mixed with a little olive oil and salt, then put into the wood-fired pizza oven to roast.  Next we’ll can em up and give them to the CSA members!

Oustanding in the Field Dinner.

4 May

On May 1, Fogline Farm participated in the Outstanding in the Field kickoff dinner for the 2010 farm dinner season. The dinner was held at Blue Moon Organic Farm in Aptos, CA on a lovely spring day.  Fogline provided the Berkshire pork and the Poulet Rouge chicken that was used for the main course,  and the apple wood for the grill.  It was delicious.  Check out some photos from the dinner

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Pruning and Rainbows.

9 Mar

Santa Cruz Sentinel Article

2 Mar

Fogline Farm and the Manildi Ranch on the front page of the Santa Cruz Sentinel..

Click here—->  Sentinel Article