Witness an urban version of California’s famous superbloom at the Garden for the Environment’s fundraiser and spring garden party next Saturday. The garden, devoted to teaching sustainable gardening practices like composting, growing food, and reducing water use, relies on donations to function. The party, featuring pizzas with ingredients from the garden, beer, wine, honey, music, a raffle, and tours, will serve...
It starts with a Lutheran Church on fire. It ends with fruits and vegetables at the Free Farm Stand at 23rd and Treat.
The garden's users lined up at the microphone yesterday at a meeting of the Land Use and Economic Development Committee to ask the city to remember and hold to the garden's ideals. Sentiment was front and center. Braggadocio too. En Español
Every first Sunday the group meets to discuss and educate people about farming, ecology and nutrition at SoCha Cafe. En Español
A speed date with author and urban farmer Novella Carpenter.
It could take up to 20 years to get space at some public gardens in the Mission District.