Screening & Discussionwith Nigel & Lorraine Walker, Eatwell Farm, Dixon, CADr. Gail Myers, Moses Omowale & Janell, Farms to Grow, Oakland, CAAnd the trailer to the film "The Last Crop"Free & Open to the Public!Join us for another film event exploring "Just what is Fair Food?" Taking a nudge from our own multi-media production, "Fair Food - From Field to Table," we are hosting these events to bring films & advocates…See More
Are you tired of wasted fruit? I am hosting a small marmalade making workshop with fruit from local back yard gardens. If you are interested in attending, contact me: email@example.com . Space is limited.See More
October 24th is Food Day. I would love to see our county host some awesome events on this day. http://foodday.org/ I have some ideas if anyone wants to collaborate, I would be interested. I particularly would like to focus on social justice in the food system. I can offer a free DVD of "Fair Food: Field to Table" to any group who would like to screen it on Food Day. Just write to me and tell me about your event and how the DVD will help with your message.…See More
"Hi Gail - if you want more info about the October 8th-9th SCUFI workshop, I have posted the event on the SCOCO network and some links to more information and registration.
The September 16th PARKing event isn't posted because I…"
We're currently working on a "Profitable Urban Farming" workshop to be held at the Gardens at Heather Farms in October. James Kalin of SCUFI program and organizer of the workshop was with me at the Third Thursday at…"
Hi everyone in Sustainable Walnut Creek,I am curious, being a new member, to know what activities are taking place to promote sustainability in WC? I have heard a lot about activities to promote environmentalism, but sustainability? Let's discuss what's happening and how we can do more.Gail WadsworthSee More
I am the Executive Director of the California Institute for Rural Studies. This organization is the only non-profit organization in California with a mission to conduct public interest research that strengthens social justice and increases the sustainability of California's rural communities. Since 2001, I have managed a small CSA in Central Contra Costa County.
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