A farm in California that started with a farm in Oregon is opening its doors to produce locally in California, after a five-year hiatus.
Malibu Farm, located in Malibu, California, is a farm-to-table farm and is located in a valley that is one of the most biodiverse areas in the country.
It has an organic approach to farming, meaning it grows and sells only certified organic products.
The farm is owned by The Bunch, a group of farmers and food producers that includes The Farm Team, The Bakers, The Big Family, and The Farmers.
The farm has an expansive range of produce that is sourced locally and organically, including produce from the Malibu Farms of Malibu and the California Bakers and Farmers Association, among others.
The Malibu Farm team is also working to improve access to food in Malawi.
“We’re working on developing a community garden program,” co-owner Sarah Babb said in a statement.
“We’re looking to build a network of farmers, gardeners, and others who share the same passion for sustainable agriculture.”
The farm will offer produce from both local and imported farms, which means it will have the potential to be a destination for a local farmer’s market, which is something that is not yet possible at this time.
Malibu has a number of different markets including local farmers markets, a farmers market and the Malvinas Farmers Market.
In addition to offering produce, the farm also has a wine cellar, with a number different vineyards on site.
The wine cellar is a “super-dense” space where they will have bottles of wine in their vaults.
Malbuies wine cellar has been open for more than two years.