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Delicious Treats From the Frosted Muffin in Visalia

Apr 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

Wrapped inside a single­-serving accordion­-sided paper is a combination of dreamy, edible elements that make up the humble cupcake.

Farmer's Fury Wine Tasting Room in Lemoore

Apr 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

Cotton-picking farmers turned wine makers, well, that’s how the website describes them, anyway: the Stratford family behind Farmer’s Fury Winery. Brothers George and Charles and father Charles Meyer began Farmer’s Fury in 2009, nearly by accident.

Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore Thrift store and 10th Annual Birdhouse Auction

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

A door can symbolize opportunities and is often used to represent major transitions in life. “When one door closes, another opens,” goes the familiar saying.

Visalia Technical Early College High School

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

What motivates a high school student to succeed? This is a relevant question to anyone connected to education.

Hanford's Historic Vendome Building

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

In 1891, Fred Moore built a warehouse to store and sell farm equipment, and by 1895 he expanded his Hanford business with a two-story brick building. And just like most of this valley’s history, one of Hanford’s oldest and most storied buildings has its roots in agriculture.

The Family Ties at Luis' Nursery in Visalia

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

When Luis Gonzalez moved to Visalia, he came with little more than his wife and a vision. He had no connections, no family or friends waiting for him, no roots planted – not yet, anyway.

Assistance Service Dog Educational Center

Feb 25, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

As anyone who has ever loved a canine companion can tell you, the term “man’s best friend” doesn’t even begin to cover all that a dog can be.

Miguel Pujol, Repurposed Creations

Feb 25, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

“I recycle the metal, use the slats of wood on the fire pit and use the round ends for my clocks. Nothing is wasted.” Miguel Pujol Repurposed Creations

Rosa Brothers Milk Company in Tulare Steps Back in Time

Feb 25, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

You may not know it, but you shouldn’t be surprised: Tulare County is the largest dairy county in the nation.

The Farmer's Daughter CSA Keeps it Fresh

Feb 25, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

The community-supported agriculture movement began in the United States in the 1980s, but CSAs are as old as the earth. Old as the earth, maybe, but still revolutionary because, like any revolution, CSAs bring us back to our roots.
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