Denise Sindelar and MB Hanrahan discuss the Museum of Ventura County and the Agriculture Museum of Santa Paula.
Mary Maranville speaks with Sandra Siepak about Student’s for Eco-Education & Agriculture (SeeAg), which is a non-profit organization that educates students about the farm origins of their food, “From field to table,” while cultivating visceral connections to the surrounding farmland
Alondra Serna, representing the nonprofit, House Farm Workers, speaks with Bob Taylor about safe, decent and affordable housing for farm workers in Ventura County.
Megan Gately speaks with George Alger about the Agriculture Museum in Santa Paula, which is part of the Museum of Ventura County.
John Krist, CEO of the Farm Bureau of Ventura County, speaks with George Alger about the early history and growth of agriculture in the County.
Craig Underwood speaks with George Alger about some of the changes and challenges impacting agriculture in Ventura County.
Mary Maranville, Founder and E.D. of SEEAG.org, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Marlyss Auster, about the group’s mission to educate children about the farm sources of their food from field-to-table while connecting them to the farmland in their own
Joanie Blaxter, Patty Pagaling and Ron Whitehurst are educators on Citrus Greening Disease. They represent a group called the Soil Solutions Network. The group has a purpose to provide people with information about the disease, as well education on alternatives
The Executive Director of the Museum of Ventura County, Myron Freedman, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, MB Hanrahan, about both the main museum in Ventura and the Agriculture Museum in Santa Paula.
Charlotte Crocker talks about the exhibits in the Agriculture Building of the Ventura County Fair, including local grown fruits and vegetables, as well as a small amount of commercial produce.