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Four Dog Farm Visit

In early May I got to visit David Funk @fourdogfarmer and I had to drive about 4 minutes to get there – not your average farm tour mileage for sure. Beds of various crops surrounded David’s urban residence – there were even rows of garlic, kale, and lettuce growing out front along the sidewalk. Standing in […]

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New DROPP Space!!

Woo hoo! Our new DROPP food hub warehouse space 🏡 is official 2 minutes off of the Sparks Blvd I-80 exit, with a roll up door for easy pallet access. We will be having a big cleaning day on Saturday July 15th…offering food credit trade and discounts at the co-op. Email amber@greatbasinfood.coop if you’re interested. […]

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Sierra Valley Farms

Meet Lou, Gary Romano’s father and main sidekick at Sierra Valley Farms. As a retired flower producer, Lou brought his wife a bouquet 3 times a week. Needless to say, they stayed married 58 years before she passed about 4 back. Cultivating healthy relationships is something this family is good at, whether that’s in the […]

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Stongheart Medicinals

Strongheart Medicinals is a Sierra Mountains based body care line focusing on shea butter with summer sun extracted herbal and floral infusions. Shanna Strong is the main alchemist and herb compounder, drawing on her inspiration and connection to the mountains into every small batch. Felix, her son, main archer and master photo bomber…  Strongheart Medicinals photos

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Blackbird Inn, Clio CA

The Blackbird Diner in Clio, CA (near Graeagle) is serving Organic homemade pizza with Sandhill Dairy cheese (Fallon, NV) and local pea shoots from New Harvest Farm (Reno, NV)! Blackbird is only about 15 mins or less from the Brewing Lair, Gold Lake and the Feather River Food Coop. We are sitting in here now, […]

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Bare Ranch ORGANIC Eggs

If you’ve ever taken a left where most folks turn right onto the black rock desert, and followed the highway through the beautiful Surprise Valley, you’ve likely gazed out across the fields of Bare Ranch, where the four generations of the Estill family have raised cattle, lamb and hay. We got to visit them last […]

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