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Summer Food Preservation Series

Summer Food Preservation Series

07%20Jars.jpgSaturday, July 26 – Fermenting with Michelle Dohrn Course and teacher information here.

Saturday, August 16 – Canning with Christa Bandringa
Course and teacher information here.

Saturday, September 6 – Dehydrating with Risa Horowitz
Course and teacher information here.

All demonstration courses will be held 10:45 am to 1 pm in the Meiners Oaks area, and space is limited to 18 attendees per class. 07%20Figs.jpg

OVGC Members
- $35 per course / $90 for all 3 courses
Non-members
- $40 per course / $105 for all 3 courses

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August e-News on Stands

• Food Preservation Series: Course #2 Canning on August 16
• Waking Up to Water
• Green Living Home Tour & Show Calling for Sponsors, Exhibitors and Sites
• Help Wanted
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Restoring Nature with Regenerative Agriculture

Restoring Nature with Regenerative Agriculture: Creating Resilient Farms, Landscapes and Communities
An evening presentation and panel discussion with Darren Doherty and John Roulac.
Thursday, Sept. 11 - 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Ojai Valley Women's Club - 441 E. Ojai Ave.
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with support from The Ojai Foundation, Center for Regenerative Agriculture and Santa Barbara Permaculture Network.

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Ojai is pleased to host Darren J. Doherty (left) and his Regrarians 2014 World Tour with a Thursday night community presentation and a regenerative agriculture professional development course at the Ojai Foundation.


Joining Darren Thursday will be John Roulac, founder and CEO of Nutiva,
speaking on the future of carbon farming. Learn about the direct link of climate change, oceans as a store house of carbon, acidification of oceans, and how organic farming and pasture systems store carbon in our soils.


Panelist
Darren J. Doherty, Bendigo Farmer and Developer
Mary Bergen, Avocado Farmer
Connor Jones, Permaculture Farmer

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Food News Summer Edition

Advancing the growing, purchasing, and preserving of local organic food

• Food News Goes Quarterly
• Fermentation Festival
• Ojai Food Co-op Update
• Take Action to Save Bees
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Saturday, Sept. 20 Ojai Creek Cleanup Day

VALLEY RESIDENTS INVITED TO JOIN IN ANNUAL OJAI CREEK CLEANUP DAY
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On Saturday, September 20, from 9 A.M. through noon, the Ojai Valley Green Coalition invites the public to join them and the Ventura Countywide Coalition for Coastal and Inland Waterways. That morning, participants will remove and record litter from Ojai Creek running through Libbey Park. Ojai volunteers are asked to sign in at 8:45 A.M. at the Libbey Park lower tennis court parking lot off S. Montgomery St. in Ojai.

Be one of 60,000 people to take part in the California Coastal Cleanup Day 30th anniversary event! Volunteers will remove debris from the coast, creeks, rivers, lakes and shorelines all around California protecting wildlife from harm while taking care of our environment.

The California Coastal Commission estimates that 80 percent of the debris on California beaches originates from inland and then washes out to the ocean. Last year volunteers collected nearly 750,000 pounds of trash and recyclables from California’s beaches, lakes, and inland waterways.

Coastal Cleanup Day takes place every year on the third Saturday of September, is the nation’s premier volunteer event focused on the marine environment, and offers a way for students, neighbors, families, and service groups to join together, have fun, and show community support for the stewarding of shared natural resources.

Download Waiver to Bring with You

Local Water Matters Resources

New Water Resource Webpage - Good Job Ventura River Watershed Council!

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"Water efficiency" means using improved technologies and practices that deliver equal or better service with less water.
"Water conservation" is the curtailment of water use - doing "less" with less water.

Conservation
Water-saving InfoMark
Indoor Tips
Outdoor Tips
Water Conservation Checklist
Graywater 101
Graywater Guidelines Ventura County

Efficiency
WaterSense Label
Water Efficient Product Search

Rebates & Toolkits
Save Our H20 Toolkit
FREE Water Conservation Devices
High Efficiency Washers & Toilets
Smart Irrigation Controllers
Rebate Finder

Water Wise Gardening in Ventura County
PLEASE, DON’T IRRIGATE BETWEEN 9:00 A.M. AND 6:00 P.M.!
Water Saving Plants
Drought Tolerant Garden

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