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Forestville, CA. ~ Shone Farm welcomes the commu- nity to experience the garden during harvest season. SRJC’s Agriculture and Natural Res ources Department students and instructors will facili- tate activities and present an abundance of food. This event


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cludes free admission and parking. No dogs, except assistance dogs, are permitted. A farm stand will highlight Shone Farm produce, wine and olive oil. Bulk oil will be available for purchase, so bring your own bottle. Enjoy lunch featur- ing Shone grown ingredients, wood-fired pizzas made by


include: children’s activities, hay bale rides, pumpkin, ap- ple, tomato, and strawberry picking, apple pressing, rotten fruit slingshots, composting lessons & a lot more! SRJC student employee,


Makenzie Cummings, is ex- cited about working the straw-


UPBEAT TIMES: The BIG 2019 November HOLIDAY GUIDE arrives Oct 29th SRJC Shone Farm Holds Fall Festival!


October 10, 2019


the SRJC Culinary Café, ta- cos and burritos from Lola’s Market and chili from Food for Thought. Farm activities


berry patch again this year. “It was amazing to see children picking strawberries for the first time, and eating them right off the plant,” Cummings said.


For more


than four decades, Shone Farm has been a field labo- ratory and t ea chi ng resource for SRJC’s Agri c ul -


ture and Natural Resources students. They benefit from direct, hands-on experience as they learn about natural resource management and conservation, sustainable ag- riculture, winemaking, viti- culture, and animal health and livestock management. In this


Upbeat


Our entire paper is strictly for enter- tainment purposes and nearly 100% positive in nature. From time to time there are a few mistakes, and occa- sionally a few spelling errors. Also, some of the information/jokes/facts may or may not be true as well as the sources of information that are contributed. We can guarantee with certainty that we thoroughly check all sources of information. Sum thymes wii allsew mzspell uh bunch uv wurds tu dryve peepull crayzee. Hope u lyk et!!! Just remember not to take life to seriously. For those of you who r critics...our fan base is 99.999% happy! We mostly hope that after reading this paper you might smile a bit more, learn something new or be a bit more inspired by life. Give a copy of Upbeat Times to someone would could use GOOD NEWS! ~ Paul Andrew Doyle


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case, students in both the di- rect farm marketing and wine studies classes will get hands- on experience planning and working an event. More information about


the Fall Festival is available at shonefarm.santarosa.edu/ farm-program-updates and at


https://www.facebook.


com/SRJCShoneFarm. Loca- tion: Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The farm is located at 7450 Steve Olson Lane. CONTACT: Lynn


Ellerbrock Phone: (707) 535-3704


A River’s Last Chance: A Documentary Film


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ The Eel River, our neighboring river just north of the Russian, of- fers one of the best opportuni- ties for wild salmon recovery on the entire west coast. The huge watershed, which drains south to north through Men- docino and Humboldt coun- ties, has weathered decades of overfishing, logging, flood- ing, and drought. It has beau- tiful scenery, multiple forks, and supports several impor- tant industries, as with many river systems in California. Today, the Eel’s recovering wild salmon compete for wa- ter with the region’s cannabis and wine industries. This in- quisitive and aesthetic film is “rooted in the belief that we can live symbiotically with our watersheds and encourage both a rivers’ recovery and economic future.” Join us for this documentary film screen- ing and a presentation by local experts from Sonoma Water on fisheries projects within our own Russian River and Laguna de Santa Rosa water- shed. “A River’s Last Chance” movie trailer: https://vimeo. com/205291690


For more information, visit www.lagunafoundation.org Or contact Allison Titus, Community Education Pro- gram Manager, Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation (707) 527-9277 x110 or alli- son@lagunafoundation.org Laguna Environmental Center, 900 Sanford Road, Santa Rosa


I was told I wasn't good enough, but I just chose not to listen. ~ Khalid


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