“Farm to Float” The making of California Grown Rose Parade entries
It’s a 130-year-old tradition – the Rose Parade on New Year’s Day. In 2020, 65 million people watched the parade and the dozens of flower-adorned floats make their way down Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena, California. But what does it take to create these entries? Where do the flowers come from, and how do they make it from the flowers fields to the decorating pavilions in Southern California? “Field to Float” shares the story of how California flower farmers contribute to this worldwide tradition, focusing on the parade entries that earned California Grown Certification in 2020. The certification indicates that an entry features at least 85 percent of flowers grown in the Golden State. In the case of the award-winning Cal Poly Universities float, that number was 94 percent California Grown and over 32,000 stems, all donated by flower farmers. Watch to see the beauty and bounty of California flowers and how they make this annual tradition come to life!
Alison Tetrick: Lower The Pressure
An in depth interview with Lezyne ambassador and cycling advocate Alison Tetrick. Hear Alison's story in her own words from discovering cycling to racing the WorldTour to becoming the Queen of Kanza. Alison's personality and passion for cycling come to life in this must-watch video. Shot at Lezyne's headquarters in San Luis Obispo, California, Alison delivers her captivating story that will be sure to help you "Lower the Pressure!"