To Market, To Market with San Diego Foodstuff

Filed under: Bites & Bits , Author: Caron Golden , May 15, 2013

To Market, To Market with San Diego Foodstuff.

You’ve read about Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center in this space many times before. They’re the  sprawling oasis in National City that teaches primarily low-income children the joy and benefits of organic gardening and cooking–turning kids on to getting dirty to get veggies growing and then turning them on to eating the nutritionally packed veggies they grow. They also have fun educational events for parents and families, host herb and veggie plant giveaways, and even host yoga classes. It’s an exciting place and one where I’ve spent many many enjoyable hours as a volunteer cooking instructor. For more visit


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