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We want to introduce everyone to Napa Integrated Medicine! The first of it’s kind regenerative clinic devoted entirely toward improving the movement and functionality of patients without the need for narcotics or surgery! Our team is devoted to establishing the first of it’s kind Functional Medicine Regenerative clinic in Napa. We focus on the maximum results for injury recovery, joint rehabilitation with out surgery, and post-surgical recovery. No other clinic in Northern California offers the type and quality of care that we are pioneering! What makes us different? The corporation was founded on the golden rule... “We treat each and every patient how we would like to be treated.” We do this by providing unique care for: ✓ Hip Pain
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“Plants in keyhole gardens look more natural, not in straight lines, because they grow the way nature grows. It’s more beautiful, with curves and patterns.” ~ Rachel Kohn Obut Owner/Operator of Little Moon Farm
PRODUCTIVE SMALL FOOTPRINT GARDENS By Kathleen Reynolds
You want to grow vegetables and fruit to feed yourself, but you only have a tiny garden area. What if you wanted to feed your family, your extended family, what about your village? Oh, and there’s a drought.
kneel or bend over to tend to the plants. Some have stakes or rough arbors over the garden so a shade structure can be added in extreme heat or even to protect against frost conditions.
A keyhole garden may be the answer. The garden takes its name from a small, usually circular, garden with a small path, or notch, that dead ends in the middle, resembling an old-fashioned door keyhole. The garden can also be square, V-shaped or in a mound and the walls can be fashioned from any material that can hold soil: sticks, logs, rocks or bricks.
In simplest form, at the end of the path is a wire cage, basket or vessel with drain holes, into which kitchen waste and cardboard is composted. Keyhole gardens hold moisture and nutrients because of the compost pile. The notch makes it easy for the gardener to add kitchen scraps to the compost as well as ease of planting and harvesting. The garden has a drainage layer, a soil layer, and a planting area, everything that plants need to thrive. When it rains or when you water the compost, the nutrients seep into the surrounding planting bed.
The concept was developed and adopted by humanitarian organizations in the 1990s in the sub-Saharan regions of Africa to help combat hunger by teaching people how to grow their own food. It’s been estimated that over 20,000 keyhole gardens have been built there. Most keyhole gardens are roughly six feet in diameter with walls about waist high, eliminating the need to
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“Keyhole gardens are good because you devote less space to the pathway and more to the garden,” says Rachel Kohn Obut, owner operator of Little Moon Farm and a teacher of ecological gardening and other topics for Napa Valley College’s
Community Education. “You can have one little garden or a network of keyhole gardens depending on your space.” “A keyhole garden is one aspect of permaculture, a philosophy of gardening in a way that most imitates nature,” says Rachel. “It is built on the principals of sustainability, minimizing pathways and interplanting different plants.” “Plants in keyhole gardens look more natural, not in straight lines, because they grow the way nature grows. It’s more beautiful, with curves and patterns.” Penny Pawl has been a Napa County Master Gardener since 1997 and has mentioned her keyhole gardens several times when she writes for the “Napa Register Master Gardener” column. “I have four keyhole gardens and use worms in them,” says Penny, who explains that the worms decompose the composting material, and their castings enhance the soil around
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them. “I grow bonsai and first started using worms because their waste product is good for bonsai moss. I’ve got eight worm beds, including one in each keyhole garden. I use garbage cans as the compost bins, some without bottoms and some with bottoms and holes drilled into them for drainage. The idea is the worms travel back and forth between the compost and the soil.” The compost bin for the keyhole garden uses the same materials as a worm bed: cardboard, kitchen waste, dead plants and newsprint. “They love cardboard and go through it much faster than newsprint,” she says. “They like the taste of the glue used in cardboard. The glue contains formaldehyde that’s tasty to them. Sow and other bugs also thrive in worm beds. I leave them there because they help fertilize the plants, too. One of my gardens has a lizard living in it; another has a frog. I like them because they keep the fruit flies down.” Penny puts cardboard on top of the compost scraps and covers the top with plastic. “You have to keep all the elements moist for the worms to thrive,” she explains and chuckles. “I have to replace the worms occasionally because they run away from home.”
Welcome DR. JEANNETTE H. BARKHURST! Dr. Jeannette H. Barkhurst is very excited to be joining the team at Napa West and Napa River Pet Hospitals. She has over 20 years experience in the field and is looking forward to continuing the philosophy where high-quality medicine is the standard of patient care. Her previous home is in Bend, Oregon and she is a faithful 49er fan. She is looking forward to relocating to the bay area. Jeannette has been surrounded by horses, dogs and cats her entire life and pursued a career in veterinary medicine to ensure their needs were always met. As a practitioner she has always focused on communication and client education so that pet parents will always feel informed and supported in the care of their family members. She equally enjoys medicine, surgery and dentistry, but has special interests in diabetes management, endocrine disease, sports medicine, and rehabilitation.
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Another strong proponent and instructor of keyhole garden construction is Deb Tolman, PhD, from Clifton, Texas. An environmental scientist and landscape designer, she co-founded a non-profit focused on sustainability, the Silo Project, and authored the book, “Soiled Rotten: Keyhole Gardens All Year Round.” “There is no compost that goes into the keyhole garden using my method; no native soil,” writes Deb in an email. “It’s complete science which makes the shape not mine, but the method is definitely inspired by me. We make compost in less than four weeks with nothing but cardboard, tons of it, and manure.” Her website (debtolman.com) provides instructions on how to construct a keyhole garden. There are other permaculture variations of the keyhole concept. One of them is “hügelkultur,” a centuries-old, traditional way of building a raised garden from rotten logs and plant debris. These mounds can be 5 to 6 feet high, made of logs, branches, leaves, straw, cardboard, grass clippings, and manure. Over time as the wood breaks down, a “hügelbed” sinks, up to a couple of feet, after the wood decomposes and settles. Because of the base of compostable material, keyhole gardens have been shown to be among the most productive small footprint gardens. For those wanting additional information on keyhole gardens, Rachel Kohn Obut recommends the book “Gaia’s Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture” by Toby Hemenway.
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Dine Locally to Donate to Schools
Ben Koenig and staff of Heritage Eats.
“Most of these programs are not supported by the school district or state funding, so they are forced to fundraise to keep these important programs alive.” ~ Tom Finch of Filippi’s Pizza Grotto By Lisa Adams Walter
The first school bells will ring in the 2022-2023 academic year this month, also signaling the beginning of sports, music, arts and other extracurricular activities. Many of the programs that enrich education need more fiscal support than school districts and tuition programs provide. Those involved, such as room parents, coaches, directors, booster clubs and parent teacher associations, therefore, regularly rely upon fundraisers to make ends meet. Hungry
to help? Get ready to dine and donate. Locally, with our vibrant hospitality industry, thousands have benefitted from Dine and Donate events hosted by generous restaurateurs. A Dine and Donate event is typically promoted by an outside organization, group or team who encourages patrons to dine at a specific restaurant on a certain day and time, the restaurant then donates a portion of proceeds back to the designated group. Everybody wins!
Dine and Donates support Napa County Schools and youth-related organizations, as well as other causes. Why are they so important? “Because most of these programs are not supported by the school district or state funding, so they are forced to fundraise to keep these important programs alive,” explained Tom Finch of Filippi’s Pizza Grotto located in the Oxbow District. “Almost every Dine and Donate event is run by parents and volunteers that are focused on giving back to their children’s education and growth.” At the north end of the city of Napa, Ben Koenig of Heritage Eats said, “We have always looked at our presence as a small business in Napa as a privilege and not something to be taken for granted. So, for us, a decision was made early on to contribute and participate as much as reasonably possible in community-related causes so that we could in some small way do our part to strengthen the foundation of our special community. Fundraising is a necessary evil in many ways for a lot of organizations in the community, and if we are able to use our platform to not only help raise a few bucks for a good cause, but also to bring a sense of camaraderie and togetherness for the participating organization, then we are happy to do our part.”
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“As we support the programs, we also build a reputation that we are focused on the kids and the community. In turn we are supported by that same community,” Finch added, listing schools, youth sports, foster programs, housing programs, choirs, churches, elder care and cancer support amongst the many programs that his restaurant has supported.
As a parent and always-eager (Eat out in Napa? Yes, please!) restaurant patron, I have a personal understanding of how every penny counts in terms of making something happen or helping someone out. Not only is it a treat to go out, it feels pretty great to know that I am simultaneously helping out a program in need. Some other local restaurants that give back through Dine and Donate programs include Tarla, Food Shed, Il Posto, Taqueria Rosita, Hop Creek, Ristorante Allegria, Mary’s Pizza Shack and Villa Corona.
hop creek Finch said, “Everyone should be involved in their community. Volunteering for a non-profit is rewarding, and since it takes a lot of energy to motivate these programs, the more that are involved the more
successful they become. As well, if you have a child or a loved one who is supported by one of these programs, you will quickly understand why the help is so necessary.” “A large majority of the Dine and Donates are in some way, shape or form tied to a youth-related cause within our community. The kids are really the bedrock of Napa, so it seems to us a no-brainer to want to do whatever is in our power to help enable the various initiatives and efforts that give them opportunities to get ahead,” said Koenig. For both Heritage Eats and Filippi’s Pizza Grotto, they are approached by many groups annually, and again and again the events have been successful. Filippi’s estimates in excess of $350,000 has been donated back to local organizations as a result of Dine and Donate events! Dave Ruane, who directs the Napa High Vocal Music Workshop has worked alongside other music directors and parents to help raise funds for the Napa
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AUGUST 12 & 14 NAPA DOWNTOWN WALKING TOUR Walking tours are back for the summer! This 90-minute walking tour from 11 am to 12:30 pm highlights over fifteen local landmarks along First Street, Main Street, and Third Street. Participants will walk partially along the River Walk and loop around some of the legendary businesses and buildings of historic downtown. Tours are led by experienced and knowledgeable docents, with complimentary maps and headsets provided. Tickets are $30/NCHS Members and $45/General Admission, and start in front of the Goodman Library. Ticket sales close 1 hour before tour starts. napahistory.org/events-calendar
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AUGUST 26 & 28 TULOCAY WALKING TOUR Walking tours are back for the summer! This 90-minute walking tour starts at 11 am at the historic Tulocay Cemetery office just inside the main gates, and follows the winding roads through mausoleums and monuments. Tours are led by experienced and knowledgeable docents, with complimentary maps and headsets provided. Tickets are $30/NCHS Members and $45/General Admission. Ticket sales close 1 hour before tour starts. napahistory.org/event
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Napa Valley is a world-class travel destination, famous for a vibrant and eclectic wine industry. Those who visit us experience the glamour of the swanky tasting room and curated food and wine experiences. But, those of us who live here know that at our roots, we are an agricultural community. Our economic success rests on the farm workers and other service industry jobs that keep this Valley running. OLE Health provides care to these essential workers that power our wine and hospitality industries, and this year it turns 50! While much has changed over 50 years, the most enduring characteristic about OLE Health is that it would not be here if not for the support of this incredible community. In 1972, a group of farm workers in Napa Valley, frustrated by the lack of resources available to the Spanish-speaking community took matters into their own hands.
They rallied together, along with a group of forward-thinking vintners, to create a small clinic that would offer healthcare to the Hispanic community at the Rutherford Information Center. Clinica OLLE, named for Organizacion Latino Americana de Liberacion Economica, was staffed entirely by volunteers. Today, that little clinic has grown into six health centers in two counties, with a staff of more than 300 individuals dedicated to caring for everyone in the community. But this reality was far from guaranteed in 1972. In fact, many times throughout the years, OLE Health almost closed its doors. It was because
of the unwavering support of the community that OLE Health hasn’t only survived but thrived. In its first years, OLE grew rapidly as word spread about the clinic. Clinica OLLE wasn’t just providing healthcare; it was connecting people to other resources and helping them assimilate by learning English, apply for citizenship, and more. By 1975 the space at the information center no longer suited the nearly 250 plus families served by the clinic. Clinica OLLE was given a new space above the La Luna Market in Rutherford. By 1980, the clinic had been finding its footing and had sufficient funding
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It was around this time that Clinica OLLE began serving all low-income and uninsured residents of Napa Valley, and it changed its name to reflect that. Community Health Clinic Ole was born. Wanting to create a more secure future for the clinic financially, its leadership sought to add Community Health Clinic Ole as a beneficiary of the Napa Valley Wine Auction in 1984. This signaled a recognition that remains today: without OLE Health, there could be no Napa Valley. Despite expansion and changes over the years, OLE Health always has and always will care for those who make Napa’s economic engine run: farmworkers picking grapes, hospitality workers serving both front and back of house in hotels and restaurants. In 1986, the OLE Health Foundation was created in order to ensure a more stable financial future and provide a consistent way for the community to support us. Thankfully, the days of being on the brink are far behind OLE Health, and it’s been steady growth since.
In 2005, OLE Health became a Federally Qualified Health Center, meaning it would receive federal funding to support operations, have access to participate in federal programs, and operationalize many practices already in place, such as offering a sliding scale and not turning away people without insurance or who are unable to pay. The federal funding and grants help, but its work would not be possible without the continued support of a variety of donors, businesses, and partners. Over the years, one partner has been invaluable: The Napa Valley Vintners. They have given roughly $40 million to support OLE Health’s operations and expansion. The Vintners have helped provide OLE Health adequate facilities to meet our growing needs to serve more patients. With support and leadership from John Shafer and Richard Walton, the Vintners leased OLE Health the Pear Tree Lane building in 2002 to OLE Health, and provided $6 million for its newest facility, the Napa Valley Vintners South Napa Campus, that opened in 2019. Beyond the generosity of NVV, OLE Health relies on grants, donations, and corporate partnerships to help offset more than $10 million needed annually to offer
comprehensive care and to fulfill its mission to help to everyone who walks through its doors, including those unable to pay. OLE Health kicked off its 50th anniversary celebrations May 11-15 with a series of fundraising events to help address that gap. Thanks to the generosity of attendees and the community, $1.7 million was raised to continue to ensure quality healthcare to those who live and work in Napa Valley, regardless of ability to pay. As OLE Health continues to celebrate this milestone anniversary, it does so with gratitude for all the members of the Napa community. Thank you on behalf of everyone who works at OLE Health; everyone who receives care from OLE Health; and everyone who has a little more peace of mind because OLE Health is there when needed.
To thank the community for its support:
OLE HEALTH is having a FREE EVENT
AUGUST 7 • 10AM-2PM
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