Holland Ranch Fills the Empty Nest with Organic Farming

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Rock and Roll Tomato King aka Eric Holland and his wife, Cheri, blooming us all well! A team in Passionate Living, they educate Jim Greenleaf on the benefits of NON-GMO seeds and the nuances of farming in our Antelope Valley. Happy to share their knowledge, true Desert Stars! Jewels in our Desert! great company on this journey….

Please take a moment to check out our new video! The dynamic duo of Marva & Jim Greenleaf stopped by the ranch earlier this week to talk to us about the first-ever Holland Ranch Farm to Fork Wine Dinner happening in the Vineyard Park at the Antelope Valley Winery on Saturday, July 27, 2013. If you are a lover of tomatoes, local organic food, wine, music and friends this is an evening you won’t want to miss. 4 courses paired with 4 wines all in the relaxed atmosphere of the vineyard park while watching the setting sun $68.00 per person all inclusive. Tickets on sale in the tasting room at 42041 20th St. W., Lancaster, CA or by calling (661) 722-0145. Reserve your place at the table before July 20th or you will miss it! Please help support local business & local organic food here in the Antelope Valley.

 

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