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River Garden Farms is Making Fish Food

Every year, soon after harvest, we flood our rice fields.  The practice is part of our holistic approach to farming.  Flooding helps to naturally break down the rice straw so that the field will be ready to work up for planting the following spring.  The standing water helps with decomposition of the plant material left […]

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River Garden Farms has a SLEWS Day!

The Center for Land-Based Learning describes its wonderful SLEWS Program (Student and Landowner Education and Watershed Stewardship) as “engaging California high school students and teachers in meaningful environmental stewardships that allow students to practice scientific skills, learn from natural resource professionals, and expand on classroom concepts, while accomplishing real habitat restoration projects on farms, ranches […]