Documentary and other info
California Heartland, August 2008
A short documentary focusing on our early days and how that has shaped our current operations, for California Heartland, August 2008
Doris Winkler Senior Report in July 1990
Doris Winkler Interviews Jeff and Ward about the business, its legacy, and the nostalgia it brings, for Senior Report in July 1990.
Huell Howser - Video Log in 1989
Listen as the late Huell Howser describes our long history in California, Some background regarding our operations, and some quirks about the property itself. It’s a beautiful
example of turn of the century americana.
Introduction and Historical Insights in 2012
Hear, in current manager/owner Jeff Ward describe in his own words, our time honored process of producing, jams, jellies, marmalades, alon with many many others. He also gives
a brief description of the other services provided by E. Waldo Ward & Son, which some of you may not be aware of.
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A visit to California's historic E. Waldo Ward Ranch offers a view of its orange marmalade operation.
By Susan Lutz | Thursday, 09 February 2012
I read books and magazines about urban farming the way many people read cookbooks.
Sometimes I intend to use the information I read, but usually I'm just daydreaming. I love visiting urban farms for the same reason. I justify these trips by saying they're good
for my children's education. But what I'm really after is to see how urban farmers have managed to carve out a bit of undeveloped land to grow crops, raise chickens or wrangle
livestock in the midst of the city.
Cynthia McCloud Woodman…fast, easy, healthy and delicious food for people on the go.
Brie and prosciutto Panini with fig jam and
Have you ever had something on your mind and you just couldn’t get it out of your head? I had that feeling a couple of nights ago, at one of my book clubs. We were suppose to
discuss our recent book pick , “In the Garden of Beasts”, by Erik Larson about the Second World War and the Nazis. But, Kim who was our hostess, had set a beautiful arrangement
of hors d’oeuvres for us to enjoy. One was a simple brie with Fig Jam.
Photo Essay: E. Waldo Ward & Son
There are some places in Southern California that are a bit intimidating at first glance, appearing even inhospitable.
But if your curiosity incites you to park your door, climb a staircase, and creak open a screen door, sometimes you're greeted not as a stranger, but as a welcome visitor.