Herbalism at Home

Herbalism at Home

Join herbalist and educator Anna Marie Beauchemin of East Bay Herbals for a four-week course on incorporating herbalism into your ...
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Try Your Hand at Grafting

Try Your Hand at Grafting

A scion is a young shoot or twig of a plant, especially one cut for grafting or rooting. At the ...
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Farming While Black

Farming While Black

CUESA welcomes farmer Leah Penniman for an exploration of food, economic equity, systemic racism, and climate. Penniman is the author ...
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Expanding the Reach of Permaculture

Expanding the Reach of Permaculture

Join in for a full-day event to explore ways to bring permaculture into the world beyond gardens and farms. City ...
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Sweeten Up with Date Syrup

Sweeten Up with Date Syrup

Kristina’s Bookshelf The California Date Cookbook A Collaboration Between Just Date Syrup and Rancho Meladuco Date Farm, 2019 Maybe you’ve ...
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Start Your Year with Yoga . . . Plus a Little Local Wine

Start Your Year with Yoga . . . Plus a Little Local Wine

Yoga and wine enthusiasts of all levels can enjoy this one-hour vinyasa class followed by a flight of six wines ...
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Be of Service on an Organic Farm  

Be of Service on an Organic Farm  

Cloverfield Farm, the first certified organic farm in El Sobrante, grows a variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, and potted ...
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Make 2020 the Year You Waste Less Food

Make 2020 the Year You Waste Less Food

New Year's Resolutions Make 2020 the Year You Waste Less Food (while saving money and eating healthier meals) It’s a ...
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Try this Three Apple Slaw

Try this Three Apple Slaw

Start the year with this recipe from Market Hall Foods. Three Apple Slaw Recipe courtesy of Executive Chef Scott Miller, ...
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Study Up on Small-Scale Urban Farming

Study Up on Small-Scale Urban Farming

Want to learn more about sustainable farming and urban food systems? A new certificate program at Merritt College can put ...
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