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  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     I learned a lot in just one visit. I saw many things to duplicate at my home garden whenever that gets started. 

    Lisa M. on Aug 16, 2014.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     Great place. Such a warm and welcoming group of people. And, I know that just happen by its self. Thanks Marain and John for making it happen. 

    Bob R on May 10, 2014.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     great !!! nice to meet you all, I had a blast 

    Anita on Mar 16, 2014.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     Wonderful and Delicious 

    Jocelyn T. on May 17, 2013.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     Fabulous! I love being a part of this community. I appreciate the knowledge Marian & John pass along so kindly. I am loving learning by doing! 

    Michelle B. on Apr 13, 2013.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     wonderful. It was fun for me and my family! My daughter loved the whole experience! Thank you. 

    Sam on Apr 6, 2013.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     Awesome! I got there late and saw some amazing transformations. What I learned about the simple concept of digging....plants want fluffy dirt. If you are going to tuck them into the vegetable bed you need to fluff their pillow. The problem is many times we do the opposite and lay them in a rock hard surface. So now I know what to do. Put on the Beach Boys and surf the dirt. While you are doing that, get your shovel and tilling fork and enjoy the Rock-n-Roll! Grab a large enough board to properly distribute your weight across the board and reduce packing the dirt down. Start in sections from front to back and dig a traugh by pushing straight down and rocking it to loosen a shovel full, then loading the dirt in front. The shovel tends to pack the dirt down so then you grab the fork, plunge it down and rock and roll the dirt to get it good and fluffy. Toss compost over the top and fork it in. Keep moving the board back til the bed is done. Water plant and water. 

    Joan S. on Mar 16, 2013.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     very lively, friendly and industrious. I appreciate the removal of the eucalyptus trees, which has opened up the landscape for more native plants. 

    Daniel J. on Jan 26, 2013.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     wonderful place, wonderful people! 

    Liah on Dec 30, 2012.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     Marian and John exude energy - this is going to be a fun few hours well invested as a regular saturday am activity :D 

    Natalie on Dec 29, 2012.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     I think its a great idea and am very excited to know there are people willing to take time out of their busy lives, especially here in the bay area to teach this type of material. 

    Tim on Jul 30, 2012.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     I learned a ton at the Meet Up today about herbs and permaculture. Can't wait for the next Meet Up! 

    Rachie B on Jul 15, 2012.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     Great community resource, with wonderful growth (slight pun intended) potential! 

    C L. on Jul 1, 2012.

  • Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm and Teaching Gardens

     It's a beautiful and peaceful historic site. 

    Rene on Jun 9, 2012.

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