Next in Soda Series: Is Soda the New Tobacco? 10/7/14

Next in Soda Series: Is Soda the New Tobacco? 10/7/14
This morning when the proposed soda taxes in San Francisco and Berkeley were discussed on KQED’s Forum, a question came up: is there even one doctor who is against a soda tax? They are sure keeping quiet. In contrast, a long list of medical, dental, and health professionals are vocal supporters of the soda tax.… Read more »

Calling All Crafters: 2014 Farmers’ Market Crafts Fair Application Available Now

Calling All Crafters: 2014 Farmers' Market Crafts Fair Application Available Now
A favorite event of the Farmers’ Market community is right around the corner: the Crafts Fair! This year, the event will be held on two Saturdays, December 13 and December 20. After being run by the incredible Kirk Lumpkin for many years, the Crafts Fair is under new leadership. We’re looking for both new and… Read more »

Groundwater Regulation Is a Win, and Not Soon Enough for Local Farmers

Groundwater Regulation Is a Win, and Not Soon Enough for Local Farmers
We’ve gotten a few sprinkles in the Bay Area since Governor Brown signed a package of bills to regulate the state’s groundwater resources last week, but the drought’s far from over. The move is vital to protect the future of local, sustainably grown food in California. It’s also long overdue, and it’ll be years before… Read more »

Beer Garden Gathering & Mini-Film Festival, 9/19/14

Beer Garden Gathering & Mini-Film Festival, 9/19/14
We’ve posted in the past about the potent videos from the Bigger Picture Project, and tomorrow we’re excited to share some of these videos on a bigger screen. Come to the Westbrae Biergarten for a relaxed event featuring films related to soda and their role in our lives. The venue has a big play area… Read more »