October 13, 2013
by Jeff Quattrone
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Clif Bar Family Foundation, Planting the Seeds for the Future

Sometime the best way to tell a story is tell it straight forward, which in this case is a big challenge since I’m a big fan of the Clif Bar Family Foundation (CBFF) and their outreach, known as seedsmatter.org. I was fortunate enough the meet … Continue reading

January 27, 2013
by Jeff Quattrone
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Carrots, Growing, Not Manufactured

Manufactured carrots? Yes, but not in an evil scientist, GMO way. The baby carrots that are so popular today, have an interesting history. When they first appeared on the market, they started out as carrots that were deemed not market worthy. They … Continue reading

July 28, 2012
by Jeff Quattrone
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Who Needs Zucchini? White Scallop Squash is Divine

I’ve never been a fan of zucchini. I won’t plant them in my garden, but this year, a volunteer showed to grow right inside my fence. I let it stay because when a random plant shows up on  it’s on, … Continue reading

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