Alison Clary
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What's To Eat? Winter Foods in Season

There may be snow cover in other parts of the country but here in the Bay Area winter crops are still producing, and you can find lots of great fruit and veggies at farmers’ markets without too much…Continue

Started Dec 18, 2019

20 for 2020: Twenty Sustainable Workshops for the New Year!

The SCOCO team is in the midst of planning a whole new year’s worth of…Continue

Started Nov 27, 2019

Party for the Planet

The holidays are a great time to entertain friends and family at home.…Continue

Tags: sustainable, parties, christmas, green, entertaining

Started Sep 29, 2019

Using and Preserving Herbs

Summer is transitioning into fall, and thanks to our temperate climate, herbs in your garden may still be going (and growing) strong. This is an excellent time of year to deepen your scope of…Continue

Tags: herbs

Started Sep 3, 2019

 

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Dec 18, 2019
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20 for 2020: Twenty Sustainable Workshops for the New Year!

The SCOCO team is in the midst of planning a whole new year’s worth of sustainable workshops. These are not 100% confirmed so you’ll need to check the website again soon (look under Events), but we couldn’t resist giving you a preview of what’s to come! This is a wonderful time to make some resolutions for an informative, entertaining, and green year ahead. All workshops…See More
Nov 27, 2019
Alison Clary posted a discussion

Party for the Planet

The holidays are a great time to entertain friends and family at home. There’s nothing like fancy cocktails, extra special treats, and beautiful decorations in your own digs to celebrate the season. But excess bounty often creates an unprecedented amount of waste from wrappings, cans, bottles, paper products, and leftover food, and this adds up to a not so green time of…See More
Sep 29, 2019
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Harvest Festival at Rodgers Ranch Heritage Center at Rodgers Ranch Heritage Center

October 19, 2019 from 10am to 3pm
Free, family event with pumpkin painting, rope-making, food and more! Storytime with PH Librarian. Local vendors present harvest related activities and information on their organizations. See More
Sep 25, 2019
Alison Clary posted an event
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Harvest Festival at Rodgers Ranch Heritage Center at Rodgers Ranch Heritage Center

October 19, 2019 from 10am to 3pm
Free, family event with pumpkin painting, rope-making, food and more! Storytime with PH Librarian. Local vendors present harvest related activities and information on their organizations. See More
Sep 6, 2019
Alison Clary posted a discussion

Growing and Preserving Herbs

Summer is transitioning into fall, and thanks to our temperate climate, herbs in your garden may still be going (and growing) strong. This is an excellent time of year to deepen your scope of knowledge, whether you are a novice on herbs and just getting started, want to know more about using herbs medicinally, or want to attract more pollinators. It's also time to think about preserving those herbs so you can enjoy them well into winter!On September 26, in partnership with Rodgers Ranch…See More
Sep 3, 2019
Alison Clary posted a discussion

Marijuana On Main Street

Health-conscious individuals are always on the lookout for non-pharmaceutical alternatives to heal what ails them. There are countless dietary supplements on the market such as turmeric, bone broth, and probiotics, but one remedy that’s really in the spotlight these days is medicinal marijuana. CBD oil is touted as a miracle topical analgesic and anti-inflammatory for arthritis, muscle aches, eczema, sunburn, and even insect bites. But there is controversy about what cannabis can do both…See More
Jun 2, 2019
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Spring Cleaning: Make it A Green Clean!

As we go into high gear with spring cleaning, it’s good to take stock of the products we use and determine if they could be endangering our bodies or the environment. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, air inside homes can be more polluted than air outdoors! Thousands of ingredients in common household products, including detergents, deodorizers,…See More
Apr 28, 2019

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