Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Blenheim Apricots on Fairview Road


Have you seen the Ag in Classroom sign of B & R Farms on Fairview Road? It lets you know what fruit is growing in the orchards there. The sign is one of several agricultural signs posted on farms and ranches throughout San Benito County. To see a few more signs, please click here.

To learn more about the Ag in Classroom project, read "Farm Bureau Signs Celebrate Local Ag History" by Alexandria Triolo, which was published at BenitoLink.com.

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6 comments:

  1. That is a wonderful sign! I am happy for kids that learn early to appreciate the beauty of agriculture.

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  2. I've been to Hollister several time for college airmeets at the airport. It's a great town. And you really know how to brand and market your name. I see Hollister clothing all over the place up here in British Columbia.

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    1. Hollister appreciates your visits. :-) The Hollister clothing stores are not connected at all to our town. In fact, several years back, the company that owns that store threatened local businesses with law suits if they put "Hollister" on clothing they make. Heartless corporation.

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  3. That's cool. Makes it easy to go fruit picking. :)

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    1. Yes, it would be easy, if they were a Pick-your-own farm. :-) But, B&R does have a store on their grounds where folks can buy dried apricots, apricot jam, and other yummy products.

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