Ventura County's Support-Local Program
Posted by Totally Local VC on Apr 21, 2014
Here’s a sneak peek at what we're planning for this year's innovative dinner series that promotes Ventura County’s world-class agriculture and cuisine.
Posted by Kat Merrick on Mar 14, 2014
A day to recognize and celebrate the contributions made by American agriculture. And we give special thanks to our Ventura County agriculture industry.
Posted by Chris Sayer on Jan 31, 2014
Though seemingly commonplace, droughts are a natural disaster with real consequences. Signs of the drought’s impact are already showing up here.
Posted by Kat Merrick on Jan 12, 2014
Growing up, I was not one of the attractive girls. Like so many, I endured teasing, taunting and bullying from, sadly, other girls. So what can we do now?
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Like a fine wine, Ventura’s hip Four Brix Winery starts to mature. This is their story.
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Did you know… that Johnny Cash was a local? Yup - he lived in Casitas Springs. We've got some more fun facts about The Man In Black.
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Did you know… that two lighthouses have been illuminating our coast for over a century? We've reveal a brief history on each of these wonderful structures.
Did you know… that the Olivas Adobe is Ventura County's only remaining Monterey-style adobe home from the Rancho era?
Award-winning Ventura County beverage makers Ventura Limoncello and Tequila Alquimia combined to produce two memorable concoctions. Here's their story.
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Did you know… that the Chinese played a large role in Ventura’s history? Here's a snippet of that history and what Ventura has done to celebrate it.
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Did You Know… ? #008 Cut Flowers
Did you know… that Ventura is credited as the originator of America’s commercial cut flower industry? Learn how Theodosia Shepherd started a revolution. Read more...
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Local farmer Chris Sayer talks about the history of Ventura County's most famous fig tree. Get to know Chris in this article. And read the articles written by Chris.
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