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Our Survival Guide To Farmers’ Market Shopping

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To help you make the healthiest, most eco-friendly food choices, Totally Local VC presents our Farmers’ Market survival guide and list. And you can download the list!

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Ventura City Hall – History And Dinner

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It’s Ventura City Hall’s 100th anniversary. Learn about its history and architecture and join us there at our Dinner At The City event on July 18th.

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Celebrating America’s Birthday

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Today, July 4, 2013, we celebrate America’s 237th birthday. Here is the Totally Local VC list of things to do.

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Dinner At The Garden 2013 Photo Gallery

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Photos from Totally Local VC’s Dinner At The Garden held in July 2013 at the Hartley Botanical Garden.

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Compass

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People grounded by integrity, responsibility, compassion and forgiveness tend to create not only successful organizations but also lives.

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Birds Of A Feather

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As a child, my favorite bird was the pelican. In Ancient Egypt they symbolized protection in death and the afterlife. Read more on the pelican in history.

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Main Course California: Catering Sustainable Local Food

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Main Course California is an award-wining caterer based in Ventura. Get to know Rachel Main and learn about her company.

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Attitude

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“The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life…” Read the full text of Charles R. Swindoll’s famous quote.

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Did You Know… ? Beer Revolution

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Did you know… that Winchesters Grill in Ventura was once a print shop? Or that Ventura County is becoming the home-brew capital of America? Read on.

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Did You Know… ? Cut Flowers

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Did you know… that Ventura is credited as the originator of America’s commercial cut flower industry? Learn how Theodosia Shepherd started a revolution.

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Did You Know… ? Progressive Land Management

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Did you know… that inorganic farming methods were widely practiced until a just few years ago?

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