Return of the Great Kassenhoff Growers Tomato Tasting: August 27

Return of the Great Kassenhoff Growers Tomato Tasting: August 27

Join Kassenhoff Growers at Berkeley Horticultural Nursery on August 27 for the return of their famous tomato tasting event! “We ...
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Plant a Screen of Edibles and Natives for Food and Habitat

Plant a Screen of Edibles and Natives for Food and Habitat

Gardener's Notebook by Joshua Burman Thayer Among the advantages of planting food-producing trees in cohabitation with native ecology are food ...
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Make Sidewalk Art at the Chocolate & Chalk Art Festival: August 13

Make Sidewalk Art at the Chocolate & Chalk Art Festival: August 13

The theme for this year’s Chocolate & Chalk Art Festival in Berkeley’s North Shattuck District is “Chalking Beautiful Music.” Families or groups may work ...
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Art in the Nursery: August 6

Art in the Nursery: August 6

Edible East Bay will be well represented on Saturday, August 6, 11am–3pm, at Art in the Nursery, one of Berkeley ...
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Celebrate a New Regenerative Farming Project at Ardenwood Historic Farm: August 17

Celebrate a New Regenerative Farming Project at Ardenwood Historic Farm: August 17

The Grand Opening Celebration for the new 90-acre Dig Deep Farms Regenerative Farming Project at Ardenwood Historic Farm is coming ...
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Rev Up Your Creativity for Diablo Valley Farmers' Market's Zucchini Car Race: July 30

Rev Up Your Creativity for Diablo Valley Farmers’ Market’s Zucchini Car Race: July 30

Do you have too much zucchini? Does someone at your house have too much time on their hands? The Zucchini ...
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How to Hug a Hügel: July 21 Workshop at Cloverfield Organic Farm

How to Hug a Hügel: July 21 Workshop at Cloverfield Organic Farm

While you can’t actually hug a hügel, you can learn about this bio-intensive garden-building technique while helping to build a ...
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Explore Climate-Friendly Cambodian Food with Chef Nite Yun in this New Video: July 21

Explore Climate-Friendly Cambodian Food with Chef Nite Yun in this New Video: July 21

Chef Nite Yun's award-winning Cambodian restaurant, Nyum Bai, closed earlier this year, but here’s an opportunity to hear the chef ...
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Sprout Your Fall Seeds in Coconut Coir Fiber

Sprout Your Fall Seeds in Coconut Coir Fiber

Gardener's Notebook by Joshua Burman Thayer When midsummer brings loads of tomatoes and zucchini into your weekly harvest bowl, it's ...
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In a Pickle? In a Jam? Check out Preserved's Summer Classes!

In a Pickle? In a Jam? Check out Preserved’s Summer Classes!

Are you watching good fruit go to waste that could be turned into some mighty good jam? Do you want ...
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