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Family Harvest Farm grows organic produce, sense of community
by Sam Richards, Bay City News Foundation
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3 January 2021
On 3 January 2021 SFGATE reported:
Mary Cherry was once in foster care, and later spent five years working on a farm. When the chance to do that again came up earlier this year, she jumped at it, moving from Santa Cruz to eastern Contra Costa County and coming to Family Harvest Farm. ... Family Harvest Farm is a program of the Martinez-based John Muir Land Trust. It's a new kind of program for an organization known mostly for preserving rural pieces of land, including former ranches and farms, and for wildlife habitat preservation. ... The small working organic farm employs people ages 18 through 24 who have been part of the foster care system; learning job skills, learning about healthy food, and working outdoors are all benefits of that work.
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'We want this place to allow young people to find their way in this world,' said Jack Cortis, a John Muir Land Trust board member and co-founder of Family Harvest Farm. 'This is the place we hope they'll start developing their own community.'
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