Letter to the Editor: Lots happening at Rugged Roots

Last night Nina Harris, her crew and Plumas County Public Health presented Cooking Workshop #2 at Rugged Roots Farm. We were treated to several recipes and a scrumptious meal using produce grown on the farm. Nina told us about the nutritional value of mighty kale which all local gardeners know is in season now. I’m going to make her yummy orzo and arugula salad soon.

During the morning harvest we could hear the happy chatter coming from the Kid’s Zone where Farmer Kari was conducting her camp for kiddos.
Every Tuesday from 5-7 there is a Farm Stand at the farm. Lots of herbs to be used fresh or dried. I love the salad mix with several tasty greens all ready for eating. I add carrots and beets, maybe peas.
There’s lots of fun happening at Rugged Roots. Check it out!
Nance Reed
Quincy