If you haven’t already, now is the time in the Sonoma Valley to get your garden going. An added issue we have this year is water, or lack of. With the drought in full swing and the need to keep water use as low as possible I thought we would connect with a local farmer to ask some questions about how to get the most out of our gardens while keeping water use to a minimum, specifically dry farming.
I find myself completely shocked that I actually care about celebrating Mother’s Day this year. My son, a “threenager,” will not understand the history behind this day — honoring the maternal bond, whether biological or by beautiful happenstance.
Yes it’s possible you have had to much wine, but that’s not why you may see a San Francisco cable care driving through the Sonoma Valley. To clarify, yes it’s real and no it’s not really a cable car. What is it? It’s actually a motorized trolley built right from the blueprints of a late 1890’s San Francisco cable car. Yes it’s pretty darn cool, you definitely need to ride on it and its name is the Sonoma Valley Wine Trolley. [Read more…]
Truth be told it’s always time for a Sonoma Valley farmers market, fresh local food is just how we roll. Even though the Sonoma Valley Market is open year round, the signs of spring and warmer weather start to get the juices flowing for a need to visit a local parking lot that has been transformed into a mini food festival.
Today is the day, what day…Earth Day Sonoma Valley! Ok, it’s not just Earth Day in the Sonoma Valley, the term “Earth” pretty much spills the beans that this day is much bigger than just the Sonoma Valley. Earth Day falls on a Tuesday this year, but don’t worry. If you’re working or have school today and you’re still hoping for a fun way to celebrate Earth Day this year I have just the thing you are looking for…on Saturday the 26th!