Sugar beets, kale, broccoli and calendula poke out between rocks on Blue Marble Acres’ gravel parking lot, which overlooks an expanse of rolling hills on Point Reyes-Petaluma Road. Co-owner George Gund lovingly pinches the yellow petals of a calendula flower, explaining that the plants grew on their own from seeds that blew onto the lot. “This is a . . .

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