Almanac

Community - June 5, 2013

Fresh produce from SMIP farm available

The five-acre farm at the SMIP Ranch in the hills above Woodside is, once again, offering weekly boxes of freshly picked produce as part of its Community Supported Agriculture project.

The farm began offering its harvest to the community last year after more than 10 years of growing food for restaurants of the Bacchus Management Group. Under the program, locals can pay $28 to pick up a box of produce every week from Bacchus restaurants, which include the Village Pub in Woodside and Mayfield Bakery & Cafe in Palo Alto.

The boxes will be ready each Tuesday after 3 p.m. To enroll in the program, email news@bacchusmanagment.com.

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