What to Know
- Thursday, June 4
- Email email@example.com for a registration link
- Boxes are free; the farm remains open for produce shopping and strawberry picking
The seasons are forever changing, even in the most subtle and small ways. But move on, time does, and the good growing things of the planet have a wonderfully consistent way of reflecting that fact.
Take the thousands of bursting berries and fruits and flowers and vegetables that sprout, lushly and deliciously, at Tanaka Farms in Irvine. You can find new things at the famous farm from week-to-week, but one of the most wonderful things is happening on Thursday, June 4
That's when Tanaka Farms will again give away 500 Community Care Packages, boxes brimming with goodies that could include citrus fruits or zucchini or berries or nuts.
You'll need to drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get the link needed to register.
The June 4 happening is the latest event in the "Helping Farms Feed Families" campaign, which has served as a way to get fresh fruit and vegetables, for free, to a host of Southern California households during the time of the pandemic.
The farm remains open for produce shopping, and, yes, the recently opened strawberry picking opportunities are still available.