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Gift Basket Central returns
The Davis Farmers Market’s Gift Basket Central is back, offering free baskets and wrapping of market items on Saturdays. Every Saturday until the new year, shoppers can compile items for custom gi...
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Gift Basket Central returns
Cool Davis Blog
Annual Partner Meeting: Strengthen & Respond!
The Cool Davis Annual Partner meeting is coming up soon — Monday, December 4th from 5-7 pm at the US Bicycle Hall of Fame. Climate Impacts are upon us. Greenhouse gas reduction goals are cha...
Pete Skully's Sketch Blog
I cross this street every single day, except those days when I don't leave the house. That sometimes happens on the odd weekend, I just forget, or I say, there's nothing much to see out there, I'v...
Davis Food Coop Blog
5 Cozy Soups for a Cold Winter
Greater Sacramento Economic Council Launches Entrepreneurship Initiative to Elevate the Region’s Startup Ecosystem
The Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC) announced the organization will launch a robust entrepreneurship initiative during Global Entrepreneurship week within the organization to foster and...
Extended Pre-Thanksgiving Market is Nov. 22
The day before Thanksgiving, the Davis Farmers Market extends its hours. This year’s annual Pre-Thanksgiving Market will be from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Central Park, 301 C St., Davis. On Wednesday, ...
A Brief History of Davis, California
A college town. A bike town. A farm town. The City of Davis is known as many different things to many different people. But not everyone is familiar with how, [...]
Buy, Eat, and Learn at Far West Fungi’s Retail and Restaurant Locations
Far West Fungi is a family-owned and operated mushroom farm in Northern California founded by John and Toby Garrone in 1983. This year marks Far West Fungi’s 40th anniversary. Their farms are spre...
Keenan Farms: Cultivating Excellence in Pistachio Growing
In the heart of California's San Joaquin Valley, where the warm sun and fertile soil create the perfect conditions for pistachio growing, there's a family-owned farm that stands as a symbol of exc...
Seascape Resort in Aptos, CA: A Cliffside Resort with Charm
Imagine waking up to the soothing sound of waves crashing on the shore and stepping out onto your private balcony to witness the sun rising over the vast Pacific Ocean. Welcome to Seascape Resort ...
Stirm Wine Co. – A Small Boutique Winery with Big Dreams in California’s Pajaro Valley
Ryan Stirm, winemaker at Stirm Wine Co., is about as down to earth as his small boutique winery which is hidden on a hillside in the Pajaro Valley. He didn’t plan to be a winemaker, but that’s the...
Harris Ranch Resort: Classy Western Vibes and Farm-to-Table Fun
Welcome to the ultimate getaway destination that combines the best of luxury and farm-fresh fun! Harris Ranch Resort, located in California's San Joaquin Valley, is an oasis that offers a unique a...
Family Tree Farms – From Humble Beginnings to Leadership in Ag Innovation
From humble beginnings in farm labor during the Great Depression to becoming a world leader in agricultural innovation, the Jackson family’s story is one of resilience, determination, and incredib...
There’s Something Cheesy at Bravo Farms – A Visit to Vintage Cheese
Bravo Farms is more than just another roadside attraction and a place to stretch your legs when cruising down Highway 99, it’s also home to Vintage Cheese, a small creamery that crafts unique and ...
Savoring the Bounty: A Fun-Filled Guide to Agritourism in Santa Cruz
When you think of Santa Cruz, the first images that come to mind might include stunning beaches, iconic surfing spots, and a vibrant boardwalk. But Santa Cruz is also a hidden gem for agritourism ...
Greater Sacramento Economic Council Launches Global Strategy and Partnership with Sacramento International Airport
The Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC) and the Sacramento International Airport are excited to announce the launch of Globalizing Greater Sacramento, its groundbreaking international forei...
The Winters Tractor Parade: What You Need to Know
There are bike parades, boat parades, and golf cart parades, but in Winters, it’s all about the Holiday Tractor Parade. Winters is proud of its agricultural heritage, and that [...]
the tallest building in davis
Another campus sketch, drawn after work last Friday, the last workday of the year where there's any daylight to draw anything, because the clocks went back on Sunday morning; enter the dark times,...
Back to the TLC
You may remember the Teaching Learning Complex (TLC) that was officially opened over a year ago now, and I had drawn all the construction of it for a couple of years during the pandemic, and the c...
eighteen years later
Yesterday, November 5th, marked eighteen years since we moved to Davis. I had never even heard of Davis until a few weeks before. I knew quite a few people with last name of Davis (actually mostly...
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