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Eco Printing with Natural Dyes

Join us at the Farm Store at Dry Creek, on Sunday, October 22nd, for an exclusive experience that intertwines art and nature. Guests of this workshop will discover the captivating world of eco-printing with seasoned artisans Rose Killian and Heather Law, as they guide you through this natural and sustainable dyeing technique. Harvested botanicals, such as leaves, petals, and natural pigments will be used to craft exquisite patterns that embody the essence of the farm and the surrounding Dry Creek Valley. Explore the process of capturing nature’s fleeting beauty onto silk and wool fabrics resulting in patterns reminiscent of watercolor…

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Fall Festival

SRJC Shone Farm welcomes the community to experience the garden during harvest season. SRJC’s Agriculture and Natural Resources Department students and instructors will facilitate activities and present an abundance of food. Entrance fee is $5 per car and tickets are available online. A farm stand will highlight Shone Farm fresh seasonal produce, and the tasting room will be open to try our wines. Enjoy lunch in our food court featuring Black Piglet + Catering and burgers from the Sebastopol FFA. Farm activities include: • U-pick pumpkins, apples, and sweet potatoes • Kid’s zone including rotten fruit slingshot and compost lessons…

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Floral Design: Designing with Aromatics – with Katina Connaughton

Designing with Aromatics Floral Workshops at SingleThread Farms are designed and led by Katina Connaughton, head farmer, floral designer and co-owner at SingleThread and her talented team of Floral Designers. These workshops offer guests the opportunity to delve into many disciplines – flower growing and harvesting techniques, elements and execution of design, use of floral shop tools, identification of seasonal materials and more. The workshop will feature the flowers and botanicals from the month and season. Join us for a field tour and harvest to enliven our senses and connect us with the present. Inspired by the intersection of culinary…

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Jennifer Bice, Redwood Hill Farm — Capracopia

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The history of Sonoma County agriculture is filled with a similar theme: Tired of city life, folks go back to the land, relearn lost skills, and raise animals. Through a combination of good timing, risk taking, and innovation, they create a successful business for the next generation to shepherd.  Such is the story of Redwood Hill Farm — Capracopia. One of the earliest members of Farm Trails — they originally joined in 1974 — this pioneering goat farm has evolved with the times but always kept its footing firmly planted in Sebastopol, and in the hands of the Bice family.…

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Lavender at Sunset

Bees N Blooms is an organic Lavender Labyrinth and Flower Gardens located in sunny Santa Rosa. Mid-May to mid-July is the time when all the lavender at Bees N Blooms is blooming with bright purple radiance. This year, we’re opening the farm on a few evenings during bloom time to share the beauty! There’s no better time than a glowing sunset to experience the full beauty of lavender. Bring a camera, friends, and a picnic to enjoy in the Pavilion or in the Labyrinth! The farm will open at 6PM, and close at 9PM. The Farmstand will be open from…

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Lavender Daze

Bees N Blooms is an organic Lavender Labyrinth and Flower Gardens located in sunny Santa Rosa. Mid-May to mid-July is the time when all the lavender at Bees N Blooms is blooming with bright purple radiance, and we open the farm to the public for Lavender Daze! This is the best time to come out to enjoy all that the farm has to offer, especially the vibrant labyrinth and wide variety of blossoming flowering plants. Because of the many different varieties of lavender, we have bloom from mid-May through mid-July. The Farmstand will be open during this time, and an…

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Midsummer Floral Workshop with Katina Connaughton

Floral Workshops at SingleThread Farms are designed and led by Katina Connaughton, head farmer, floral designer and co-owner at SingleThread and her talented team of Floral Designers. These workshops offer guests the opportunity to delve into many disciplines – flower growing and harvesting techniques, elements and execution of design, use of floral shop tools, identification of seasonal materials and more. Each workshop will be inspired by what’s growing on the farm that month, and what’s in season. June’s workshop will celebrate midsummer and will include making floral crowns and much more. A midsummer workshop dedicated to our role in the…

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SingleThread Bouquet Building

Join SingleThread Farm’s floral team this Summer for a short course in design and bouquet building. Twice monthly, our floral designers will welcome guests into their studio at the Farm Store at Dry Creek, discussing fundamentals of design and utilizing the flowers grown right here on the farm. Our guests will leave with their own handmade, beautifully crafted bouquet. Saturday 7/15 1-2 PM FarmStore at SingleThread Farm at Dry Creek

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