Prince Charles and Camilla Go Organic Charles and Camilla have traded tux and gown for California casual to stay at a rural lodge and visit an organic farmers market in the foggy countryside north of San Francisco. The Prince himself runs an organic farm in the West of England. Monday, the royals visit a project in Berkeley created by the queen of American natural cooking -- Chef Alice Waters' Edible Schoolyard -- an organic garden planted and eaten by kids.
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Charles and Camilla have traded tux and gown for California casual to stay at a rural lodge and visit an organic farmers market in the foggy countryside north of San Francisco. The Prince himself runs an organic farm in the West of England. Monday, the royals visit a project in Berkeley created by the queen of American natural cooking — Chef Alice Waters' Edible Schoolyard — an organic garden planted and eaten by kids.