Urban Growth Bounty 2010
“Portland residents know that growing and preserving their own food is great for our personal, environmental and community health,” says Portland Mayor Sam Adams. “The Urban Growth Bounty classes are a great value. There’s always more to learn about how to grow, preserve and eat sustainably on a budget.”
From urban chickens and beekeeping to year-round food gardening, fermentation and preservation, City of Portland’s Urban Growth Bounty triples 2010 class offerings.
December 22, 2009 Comments Off on City of Portland’s Urban Growth Bounty sustainable food courses
Full Circle Farm in Sunnyvale
December 21, 2009
KGO-TV San Franscisco
SUNNYVALE, CA (KGO) — Hands on learning for school kids is nothing new, but in Silicon Valley amid all the high-tech companies and housing development, there is something you do not see a lot of in the Bay Area anymore — a farm. It is giving kids a whole new appreciation for what they eat.
Full Circle Farm in Sunnyvale is an independent non-profit organization. It is a rare working farm in the heart of Silicon Valley, but it is also an outdoor classroom for a new generation of gardeners.
“I really like farming, being in the sunshine and having fun,” said student Cindy Lenhu.
December 22, 2009 Comments Off on Urban farm brings kids full circle with food they eat
New trailer for Edible City.
Support Edible City‘s fundraising efforts.
Hidden between buildings and across networks of backyards, germinating in classrooms and sprouting up in city centers, a grassroots movement is thriving in the Bay Area.
Edible City, the forthcoming documentary from East Bay Pictures, follows the stories of folks who are digging their hands into the dirt, fighting for sustainability and social justice by doing something truly revolutionary: growing a local food system.
December 22, 2009 Comments Off on New video clips from the forthcoming film Edible City