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MEarth Carmel Valley: U-Pick Community Harvest Market (ongoing through Nov 25th)

Melanie Wong | Oct 21, 201911:49 AM    

"SHARE IN THE BOUNTY!
Join us in the bountiful Organic Gardens for a U-Pick Community Harvest Market on Monday afternoons!
Pick your own produce and pick up some delicious recipes to cook up what you pick at home.

FREE and open to the public. Donations appreciated to support MEarth’s environmental education programs.

Be sure to bring your re-usable bags to carry your produce. Paper bags also available, and MEarth Totes available for donation.
Fall Produce Available:
Pac Choi
Radish
Lemon Cucumbers
English Cucumbers
Dino Kale
Red Russian Kale
Potatoes
Tomatillos
Ground Cherries
Basil
Cilantro
Oregano
Chives
Apples
Arugula"

Hilton Bialek Habitat | 4380 Carmel Valley Road (Adjacent to Carmel Middle School), Carmel CA 93923
Driving directions: http://mearthcarmel.org/directions/

U-Pick Community Harvest Market (ongoing through Nov 25th) - MEarth

mearthcarmel.org
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