Farm To Home Lesson Series
Check out the videos below to learn about how you can use locally grown products to make delicious treats, and easy fun!
apple of our eye
Our first Farm to Home lesson is a visual demonstration that illustrates the limits on farmland and making the importance of conservation clear.
Today we share the proper technique to succulent propagation using the soil and hydroponic methods. Stay tuned as we monitor their growth and continue this lesson in the month's to come.
Learn how to properly germinate seeds in our home under a light while using a seeding heat mat. Stay tuned as we monitor the seeds growth!
homemade ice cream
Learn how to make homemade ice cream! A delicious treat for any occasion, made with simple ingredients that you can find at your local grocery store.
pick a ripe watermelon
Learn the characteristics of a perfect watermelon. Join us as we learn how to pick the best watermelon in the grocery store.
Made with a simple ingredients that you can find at your local grocery store, this is a fun and easy lesson to do at home all while supporting California's number one agricultural commodity, dairy products!
cells under a microscope
Follow along as we discover how to prepare slides and use a compound microscope to see biotic and abiotic cells!
sugar testing wine grapes
On today's Farm to Home Lesson Series we learn how to collect an average sample from a vineyard and use a refractometer to calculate the sugar content of wine grapes in Brix. Visit our website for a full resource guide!
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