Edible City, Grow the Future. Winner of numerous awards, this documentary takes a profound look at the global bee crisis, with an interview by Berkeley’s famous foodie, Michael Pollen.
Learn all about pollinator plants and honey bees. LEAF’s beekeeper will bring an observation frame with live honeybees. You can also get some free flower seeds.
Want an instant New Garden? Bay Area plant lovers flock to this unique, all-volunteer run event.
April is a great time to add annuals or perennial herbs to your garden! StopWaste Educator and Master Composter, Jeannie Pham will be on-hand to talk about the many benefits and beginner-friendly ease of growing your own culinary and medicinal herbs.
Do you want to start composting at home? Join us for a no-cost two hour workshop through the County of San Mateo's Sustainability Academy to learn the basics of starting your own backyard and worm composting system!
This free workshop, organized by StopWaste, is a great opportunity to get hands-on tips for dealing with weeds, plant growth and irrigation at a garden that was sheet mulched two years ago.
This free talk, presented by Bay-Friendly Designer Tyler Coen, will cover design basics to consider when converting and how to convert sustainably with sheet mulch (cardboard, compost and mulch) to create a California drought resistant landscape.