Moving Forward

Wildfires can be a traumatic experience, and the trauma can be compounded by the stress of having to recover. In this short documentary by the Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF), the DeLong family shares some insights on how to plan for a wild fire and manage expectations afterwards.
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From the Ashes of the CZU Fire a Community Garden was Born 

Santa Cruz Vibes Magazine -- Laura Palmer interviews Beeline Blooms farmer Karla DeLong. "We're not aiming to be community-supported agriculture. We are building an agriculture-supported community.

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Rainbow riot: Ben Lomond Dahlia Farm Offers Respite Amid Fire Recovery

Santa Cruz Sentinel -- For Karla DeLong, the 3-year-old memory of how the CZU Lightning Complex fires scoured both her family’s land and the greater community seems like a lifetime ago.

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From Ash To Offering

Edible Monterey Bay -- A dahlia farm brings hope to a scorched corner of the Santa Cruz Mountains

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My Wife Decided to Make a Dahlia Farm...

Lookout Santa Cruz -- A story of coming home with the sole purpose of bringing color and joy back to our devastated community.

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San Lorenzo Valley Post -- Karla DeLong and Beeline Blooms Dahlia Farm in Ben Lomond - By Julie Horner

Special Mentions

A letter from Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo

A letter from Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo (2022) and a photograph shot by Jackie Fogerty at Beeline Blooms farm wins the American Dahlia Society 2002 People's Choice Photo Contest.

photo shot by Jackie Fogerty
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