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OVF members are invited to submit their OVF related photos.

  • Only OVF Garden Members may submit photos - you may be asked to login to your OVF myAccount - if you are not already logged in
  • All photos must be related to OVF
  • Photos must belong to the Garden Member
  • By submitting photos, you grant OVF the non-exclusive right to display each submitted photo gratis on the OVF website in perpetuity
  • OVF retains the right to approve, deny or edit the information for any photo submitted to the OVF Photo Gallery

  • All photos must be in the jpg (or jpeg) format
  • File size must be less than 1 MB
  • Landscape photos must be 1024 pixels x 768 pixels or less
  • Portrait photos must be 768 pixels x 1024 pixels or less
  • Quality should be standard (i.e. in focus) and must be oriented properly (landscape or portrait)
  • All photos must be approved by Ocean View Farms before they will be added to a photo album
Around the GardenFauna, Flora, People, Places & Things
EventsCommunity Outreach, Get-Togethers, Guest Speakers, Seminars/Classes, Special Events
30th Anniversary GalaPhotos from our 30th Anniversary Gala in 2006
SustainabilityChipper, Composting Programs, Rain Harvesting
ProjectsGrandview Project, Phase IV Fence
MeetingsGeneral Meeting & Potluck
Community HoursWorkdays, Independent Projects

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Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Crew(L to R) Amber, Kelly & Jason (Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Crew) giving their display flowers some well needed sunshine. (Photo Credit: N. Nyberg 03/30/2013)
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Outstanding in the Field - KatyOITF Director of Private Events Katy O. listens on as guest winemaker April Gargiulo of Garigulo Vineyards in Oakville, CA answers questions during the dinner. (Photo Credit: Frank Harris)
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Pot Luck
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Blue Cistern for Rain HarvestingIt collects water from the roof of the North Venice Little League storage shed. The working capacity is 1060 gallons of water which is is currently diverted to the Lower Composting Cisterns. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon)