Welcome to the Garden Club, Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue's Community Supported Agriculture program. For just $40 per month or $10 per week, you are entitled to come weekly and fill a paper grocery bag of the freshest vegetables from our Wildlife Education Garden.  Included in that price is admission into a new class series beginning in April taught by Desiree McGunagle, Certified Holistic Nutritionist and Natural Chef.  The classes will focus on "eating for health," and include recipes, handouts, and food demonstrations with tasty treats to sample. 

If you're interested in your health, in supporting your community, and in knowing where you food comes from, this program is for you! The funding from this CSA goes directly to our Predator Prevention and Educational Barnyard Program. We'll be posting updates and pictures here of each week's crop. Want to join? Call us at 707-992-0274 or email us at scwrdoris@scwildliferescue.org.

Check out the slideshow below for a sneak preview of our vegetables. They may be small now, but they are growing strong!

Fresh and Ready this Week:



Brocolli Leaves


Suggestions: Our kale is packed with nutrients and makes a stunning visual addition to any dish as well as a fantastic experience for your taste buds!  Kale is especially wonderful in green smoothies! 

Coming soon: beats, carrots, peppers, squash, melons, garlic

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