November is here, and the end of the year is fast approaching. As each month seems to whiz by it is a gift to sit down and write about the month past. October brought us rain and some heat. We worked hard to plant 2500 eucalyptus, and now we are onto our next adventure, a vegetable garden! Follow along on Facebook/Instagram for updates on the garden project! November is best known for hosting a day of giving thanks. This season is marked as a time to settle in, breathe, acknowledge and express thanks. Join us this month for an intention to express gratitude towards something/someone in your life every day in November.
Share your #gratefulbear of the day & tag us @bearvalleyorganics, we will be following/posting along.
Our moon circles have been growing and they are becoming a Saturday night favorite for many regular participants. If you have questions or are interested in joining, check out our Facebook page and we would be happy to answer any questions for you!
Bear Valley Organics Fall Farm & Wellness Event is happening soon, November 10th 10-1pm! This open-house style community event is packed for a family-friendly morning in nature with hands on educational activities. We will have a farm tour, meet the animals, yoga, wellness discussion, live music, & kombucha tastings! *Seasonal fruit & eggs will be for sale on the farm.
Enjoy our snapshots from the month past. We wish you much to be grateful for in November!
An avocado’s view of the guava grove during a sun shower.
Cora is walking the hills in our guava grove. She’s picking some of the first fruit of the season.
Maxon is turning the key to start the new garden tractor! You might be able to see his smile!
Legs up the Wall is a farm favorite after-work restorative pose, Chris likes it too! It’s a great way to settle down after a productive day.
Next year’s crop is looking simply beautiful. We are excited to see these baby avocados grow!
Meet Yogi! Our humble leader and largest of our Anatolian Shepherds. Yogi is so attentive, caring, and content on the farm. We are blessed to have him!