wpid-2015-05-01_13.40.38.jpgThe Ecology Center is hosting a Fall Community Supported Pantry Tasting. Today, October 3, 2105 at 10:00 am, enjoy free samples of pantry goods featured in their fall Community Supported Pantry basket.

The Community Supported Pantry Program (CSP) is a seasonal subscription of locally made, artisanal goods created in collaboration with the Ecology Center’s community partners.

The Community Supported Pantry Program (CSP) box may include pantry items such as rustic bread, olive oil, artisanal sea salt, herbal medicine, simple syrups, custom tea blends, local honey, DIY handbooks, housemade jams, craft beer, flour & grains, seasonal recipes, and fresh garden herb bundles, all seasonally curated by The Ecology Center.

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If you’ve ever had questions about CSP boxes, this is a great chance to see what’s available. Also, you can stock up your pantry for an entire season or sign up for a year subscription and receive 15% off! Prices are $65/SEASON or $220/YEAR

The CSP boxes are available quarterly at The Ecology Center. Orders for the Fall Pantry will close today, October 3, 2015 at 6pm. you can order online.

The Ecology Center is located at 32701 Alipaz St, San Juan Capistrano, 92675

The Ecology Center’s talented community partners include:

The Ecology Center Pantry, San Juan Capistrano – Our Residence Chef, Kerri Cacciata uses The Ecology Center’s seasonal harvest from our orchard, veggie beds, and herb garden to make delicious preserves, jams, and pickles for all to enjoy.BREAD Artisan Bakery, Santa Ana – A family owned and operated bakery specializing in rustic & traditional French breads using age-old leavening methods.Angel’s Honey Farm, Brea – Angel’s farm rescues unwanted bee hives and gives them a new purpose – making the best tasting and most beneficial honey. The honey is said to help with seasonal allergies, a result of the bees pollinating local plants such as avocados, eucalyptus and local wildflowers.

King’s Road Apothecary, Los Angeles – Rebecca Altman, the extraordinary herbalist behind King’s Road, creates herbal tinctures, salves, and ointments from local, wildcrafted plants. She also teaches herbal remedy workshops at The Ecology Center.

Chocolatl, Poway – A chocolatier devoted to raw, wildcrafted ingredients and small batch process to develop chocolates that are high in minerals and nutrients.

Grist and Toll, Pasadena – As purists, Grist and Toll uses ancient stone milling techniques and local-only growers to provide the finest flour products and support our local grain economy.

Terrace Hill Olive Oil, San Miguel – A family olive orchard using sustainable practices to grow, pick, and process their olives.

Soapy Layne Vegan Soap, Rancho Santa Margarita – Cassie uses plant based materials to make vegan soap and natural skin care products

Laguna Salt Company, Laguna Beach – A specialty salt company handcrafting raw, infused, and smoked sea salt that are versatile enough to be used on any dish.

Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps, Vista – Makers of the best organic, biodegradable, all-purpose soap. We especially recommend Dr. Bronner’s for greywater systems.

Kean Coffee, Newport Beach/Tustin – A coffeehouse created by Martin Diedrich, Kean purveys fresh-roasted artisan coffee from around the world with a focus on organic and sustainable farms.

Eden’s Savory Sap – Handmade, plant-based simple syrups for concocting sodas, cocktails, dressing, cakes, cookies, pickling, soups, and more!

Kung Fu Tonic – Certified organic herbal remedies using a high-concentrated blend of roots to boost your immune system. We love Kung Fu Tonic during flu and cold season!

Caen Deming Candles, Laguna Hills – A candle maker dedicated to hand-poured, botanical-based candles. The candles are packaged in Weck canning jars, perfect for re-use in the kitchen.

Red Pig Tools, Oregon – The only blacksmith in the U.S. specializing in hand forged garden tools for home gardeners and farmers.

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