Here are some downloadable Earthbound Farm Organic resources that we hope you'll find interesting and useful.
Our Farm Stand in Carmel Valley, California, hosts a variety of fun and educational events from summer through fall. Download the calendar here, or follow the Farm Stand on Facebook at Facebook.com/EBFarmStand for the latest news and spontaneous events!
How you shop CAN make a difference to the health of our planet. Follow our simple 4Ps and make your cart count for the Earth! (PDF 1.16MB)
To an organic farmer, not all insects are created equal! Beneficial insects are extremely important allies in our fight against crop-damaging pests. Here are some of the beneficial insects we use, and the pests they prey on. (PDF 2.1MB)
Cooking with fresh herbs is a sensory treat. Many of these fresh herbs are available in our Cut-Your-Own Organic Herb Garden at our Farm Stand in Carmel Valley, CA. In this chart we’ve identified some of our favorites with their common and Latin names, plus brief descriptions and cooking tips. (PDF 1.2MB)
Step-by-step planting and care directions for growing your own lettuce in an Earthbound clamshell salad container — see our Grow Something Green page for videos showing how we did it at our Farm Stand in Carmel Valley, CA. (PDF 670KB)
Here’s a nice way for people in any size group or age range to share things they appreciate. Print out the Leaves of Thanks sheet on white or colored paper, then cut them out to create separate leaves. Write something you appreciate on your leaves, then hang them on a bulletin board, string them on a thread to make a garland, make a wreath, use them as table decorations. Or simply take turns sharing what you’ve written as a lovely conversation starter for the Thanksgiving holiday! (PDF, 78K)
Discover the story of how Lilly the Ladybug found a new home and new friends on our organic farm — there's lots to color, plus fun stuff to learn and do! (PDF 6.55 MB)
All pumpkins are winter squashes, but not all winter squashes are pumpkins! No matter what you call them, in the fall many wonderful varieties are available in different parts of the country. Can you tell a Carnival from a Jarrahdale? An acorn from a butternut? Now you can, with our handy ID chart. (PDF 3.0MB)
Our delicious organic baby greens are more nutritious than traditional iceberg-only salads — and they’re grown without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. This easy reference identifies the different kinds of baby leaves in Earthbound Farm organic salads, plus other greens you might be curious about. (PDF 2.1MB)