Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Eatwell-Ecological-Farm-in-California-27MZIFJ64VEO2.htmlConceptually similarEatwell Ecological Farm in CaliforniaGP0STP795Completed★★★★Eatwell Ecological Farm in CaliforniaGP0STP77LCompleted★★★★Eatwell Ecological Farm in CaliforniaGP0STP7A5Completed★★★★★★Eatwell Ecological Farm in CaliforniaGP0STP79ECompleted★★★★Eatwell Ecological Farm in CaliforniaGP0STP7B2Completed★★★★Eatwell Ecological Farm in CaliforniaGP0STP76PCompleted★★★★Eatwell Ecological Farm in CaliforniaGP0STP76ZCompleted★★★★Eatwell Ecological Farm in CaliforniaGP0STP79LCompleted★★★★Eatwell Ecological Farm in CaliforniaGP0STP79GCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STP790Eatwell Ecological Farm in CaliforniaEcological farmer Lorraine Walker harvest Californian oranges at her farm. "I am a farmer at Eatwell Farm. Our primary focus here at the farm is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) which means we deliver a box to all around the San Francisco bay area and in that way they have the opportunity to get great produce straight from the farm. They also invest in the future of the farm by subscribing to our box. I also produce cooking recipes in our farm newsletters every week to help our consumers make the most of the produce we are supplying them. I do this so people can have a connection to the food we are growing and its not just a package that they buy from a store. We use instagram, Facebook and twitter to show the produce that we are growing. By using this connection we inform people why it is important to support local ecological farms".Locations:California-North America-United States of AmericaDate:12 Apr, 2015Credit:© Peter Caton / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5790px X 4340pxKeywords:Agricultural land-Agricultural products-Day-Ecological farming-Farmers-Farms-Flowers-Food-Food for Life (campaign title)-Fruits-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Low angle view-One person-Oranges (fruits)-Outdoors-SAGE (campaign title)-Sunny-Trees-WomenShoot:Food for Life Documentation in CaliforniaDocumentation on ecological farmers and sustainable farming in California.