The Kobervig family owns the choose-and-cut, 20-acre farm with White Fir, Grand Fir, Blue Spruce, and Scotch Pine. They promote fresh trees as renewable, recyclable, and earth-friendly and are also certified as “Fish Friendly”, which means they are good stewards of streams and rivers, keeping...read more
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Farm Trails’ growers and producers, ranchers, breweries, wineries and artistry.
Shadow Ridge Ranch was originally homesteaded in the 1860’s by the Raffetto family who operated a store down the road. The family sold produce, wine that grandpa made for the gold miners during the boom times. It was alive with prospectors, weary travelers, and Italian...read more
The “Red Rooster” was a raffle quilt won by the President of the El Dorado County Farm Bureau. He already had a painted quilt block on his barn and since the Farm Bureau sits on the historic Headington Chicken Ranch property, it seemed appropriate to...read more
“Stars & Stripes’” is a raffle quilt won by a local quilter who was excited to win, however, she didn’t have a place to hang the 4-foot square barn quilt. Her family has a patriotic history, dating back to the Civil and Revolutionary wars, so...read more
The Grange was built in 1926 as a community gathering place after the burning of the Sierra Nevada Hotel. It continues to represent the community as a venue for a wide variety of presentations and forums. Also, outside groups may rent the building, which has...read more