If you’ve ever taken a road trip to Death Valley or California’s Eastern Sierra, you’ve probably driven by this former gas station hawking dried meat treats along Highway 395 in Olancha CA.
An exotic 13-acre free range farm-to-table experience in the Inland Empire.
In the heart of downtown Riverside, Martin Sanchez has built a folk art shrine out of trash on the grounds of where his home and Mexican restaurant are both located.
These little NorCal nuggets may not be worthy of their own individual posts but that doesn’t make them any less special.
Photographing the abandoned Point Reyes shipwreck in Inverness, CA and eating way too many oysters at the Hog Island Oyster Farm across the bay in Marshall.
A 4.9-acre work-training and educational urban farm located under the 60 Freeway in South El Monte; a food desert and one of the most impoverished areas in the U.S.
Most likely the only hot thing in Irwindale, CA.
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