The Redland Country Market is proud to announce that we have been added onto the list of historical stops during this Saturday’s Redland Riot Road Rallye.
This honor is expected to bring more than 150 participants into the market this weekend.
At the second annual Viscaya Farmers Dinner, Redland Ahead received the “It takes A Village” award for your collective contributions in the South Florida Farming community.
With nearly 300 farmers, chefs, foragers, and other farming related guests Redland Ahead was recognized for the community support in Veterans to Farmers and Underserved communities, efforts of the IDC efforts in containing Laurel Wilt, Rescue /repurposing of Canines, and the Redland Country market.
John Mills, owner of Innovative Detection Concepts, and trainer Lourdes Edlin of Action Pack Performing Dogs, use their dogs Cobra, front, and Vinnie to sniff out the laurel wilt fungus and locate infected avocado trees. The dogs were being trained at the University of Florida Tropical Research and Education Center in Homestead.
Ambrosia beetles are spreading laurel wilt, a fungal virus, which is responsible for killing more than 12,000 commercial avocado trees in South Florida since 2012.
Miami Herald, Pedro Portal / firstname.lastname@example.org, Jul 29, 2016
Friends of our Veterans,
Redland Ahead and the Florida International University are hosting the Stars and Stripes Charity Auction where the proceeds will go to the non-profit 501(c)3 www.redlandahead.org to support the Veterans to Farmers program and to the 1916 Redland Farm Life School renovation project.
In addition to auctioning antique furniture, high quality Oriental Carpets, unique artwork and exquisite jewelry, we will also have local vendors, food trucks and a K-9 demonstration during the weekend.
Shadow, a beautiful German Shepherd and her canine buddy, Barney, appeared at our training facility November of 2014. Both dogs were thin and hoping for a handout. Immediately they were taken in, vetted and cared for. Shadow was extremely friendly with people; however, the only dog she would befriend was Barney. It was clear that the two relied on each other for survival.
After attempts to locate her previous owners failed, the decision was made to find her a new home. Shadow was intelligent, kind and ready to offer many years of love and companionship. Through the assistance of a rescue group her new family were located. Mike possessed experience with the breed and had no other animals. A perfect match!
“Shadow came from the streets in the Redlands. Having lost my last dog after several months we decided to adopt an abandoned dog, we met Shadow. Some training treats, leash time and now a couple weeks short of a year, Shadow is the most affectionate, smartest dog I have owned. .Give these abandoned dogs a home, some love and they ARE great pets and companions.” -Mike Blackstock