[Editor’s Note: You may remember my article about our South Bay Community Garden. Good news! They just broke ground to expand. I’m posting the full press release here to inform the public.] Ann Baldridge / Resource Conservation District of Greater San Diego County The Tijuana River Valley Community Garden – the county’s largest community garden […]
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The Tijuana River Valley is a rural community in the southern section of San Diego. Its history has not yet been written in book form, but it is well known for horse ranches, Suzie’s Farm and the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park.
Wild Willow Farm is part of the Tijuana River Valley where you’ll find ranches, the community garden, Suzie’s Farm and Border Field State Park. The farm itself has a wealth of opportunities for community members and visitors alike. Their website announces farming classes, a Farmshare CSA, and volunteer days. I visited the farm during […]
Healthy soils for a healthy life On November 12, 2016 from 10am to 5pm, visit the Tijuana River Valley for the SOIL SHINDIG, presented by Suzie’s Farm, Wild Willow Farm & Education Center, and the Resource Conservation District of Greater San Diego County. The Soil Shindig is a day-long celebration of soil, sustainability, and sustenance […]
Do you get the TRNERR News & Events letter in your email every month? It’s worth it, especially for those of us concerned about the environment in the South Bay. Each year, in September and October it’s Tijuana River Action Month. This week, TRNERR’s email newsletter provided valuable information: Tijuana River Action Month is a series […]
The Tijuana River Valley (TRV) was once filled with vegetable farms, dairies and ranches. As a matter of fact, the famous horses Trigger and Seabiscuit were boarded here. Today, many ranches still pepper the TRV. You can take horse rides out to the beach or buy vegetables at Suzie’s farm stand on weekends. Along the road in this […]