Ongoing Edible Events

On display through June 9
Thursday–Sunday, 10am–4pm
Clo at the Mooseum: 50 Years Young
Petaluma Historical Library & Museum
20 Fourth St, Petaluma

Walk down memory lane in an exhibit that celebrates 50 years of Clover Sonoma’s divine bovine, Clo the Cow. Free. Info:

Through the harvest season
Harvest Time in Brentwood

Discover the U-pick farms, roadside stands, and retail ag markets of East Contra Costa County. Learn about local farming and its history. Info:

Day and time by arrangement
Knife Skills Classes at Bernal Cutlery
3505 17th St, San Francisco

Improve your knife skills and technique through a variety of classes for beginners, advanced students, and kids. Check website for class options and instructions on signing up. Info:

Self-guided (see website for days/hours)
Explore Oakland’s Urban Wine and Ale Trails

Visit Oakland’s exciting array of wineries and craft breweries on your own schedule. Trails are walkable and easily accessible by public transportation. Info, map, and transportation options at

Second Saturdays, 2–4pm
Urban Gardening Speaker Series
The Plant Exchange at Ability Now Bay Area
4500 Lincoln Ave, Oakland

Sustainable gardening topics include pruning (June), fungi (July), and citrus (Aug). Cost: $10 in advance; $12 same day. Info: or monica(at)

Every Sunday, 10am–1pm
Watercolor with Wendy Yoshimura
North Oakland

Classes for all levels. Cost per class is $30. Info: wendy.yoshimura(at)

Second Sunday each month, 1–3pm
A Local Wine Excursion
Captain Vineyards, Moraga

An intimate look at sustainable grape growing and wine processing at a small, family-owned vineyard. Barrel tasting and cheese pairing included. Cost: $44. Ages 21 or older. Info:

Sunday–Thursday (check website for hours)
Volunteer at UC Gill Tract Community Farm
Marin & San Pablo Ave, Albany
(enter on San Pablo Ave or Jackson St)

Help out on the farm as you learn about sustainable and socially just food production. Info:

Three times monthly
Resilient Communities Legal Café
Days/times/locations on website:

Sustainable Economies Law Center offers legal advice for people launching a cottage food business, urban farm, cooperative, or other sustainable enterprise. RSVP to ensure your place, but walk-ins ok too. Donations requested on a sliding scale.