“Changing Season” comes to the farm!
Saturday, July 11th, 2015
**EVENT has reached capacity limit!**
The Center for Asian American Media & the Masumoto Family Farm are hosting a very special outdoor farm screening of the documentary film “Changing Season: on the Masumoto Family Farm.”
We’re excited to say that this unique and one-night-only event has already reached capacity. So, unfortunately we cannot accept any more attendees.
***Special Note, for any local folks who saw the Fresno Bee announcement, it was misprinted. There is no Friday showing. There will be only ONE showing and it is on Saturday, July 11th.
What ONE word would you use to describe…a peach?
Listen to the collection of voices by our friend Kerry Klein at our Adopt-A-Tree harvest day in 2014.
What We Do
We grow stories. On the Masumoto Family Farm we cultivate Certified Organic peaches, nectarines, and grapes (for raisins). We do our best to sustainably farm our 80 acres south of Fresno and share our harvests through food, writing, and art. We love what we do.
We are certified by California Certified Organic Farms. Read more about how we define our work.
The Perfect Peach
Check-out our book: a co-authored cookbook The Perfect Peach (Ten Speed Press) by Marcy, Nikiko and David Mas Masumoto.
Books available in our online store and other national and local book retailers.
Who We Are
The first acres of the Masumoto Family Farm were purchased in 1948 by Takashi “Joe” Masumoto. With family labor and a stubborn resilience, the Masumotos enriched the soil and planted roots. The farm is now 80 acres of Certified Organic land, producing peaches, nectarines, and grapes for raisins each year. Read more about who we are . . .
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