Voting is open for the annual “Best of the East Bay” awards. Now through July 3rd, you may cast your ballot in a range of categories. This is a great way for locals to recognize their favorite businesses, art-makers and services. We hope Ecology Center fans will vote for us in two categories, Best Non-Profit… Read more »
Cider Summit Berkeley is happening this Saturday, 4/26/14 from 12 – 6 PM, in Civic Center Park next to our Saturday Farmers’ Market. Presented by Whole Foods Market, this event will benefit the Ecology Center and the Institute for Myeloma & Bone Cancer Research.
The Cider Summit will feature approximately 90 ciders from throughout the… Read more »
We have several openings right now: a contract position to run Cooking Demonstrations at our Farmers’ Markets, a part time Administrative Assistant position, and a full time Education and Engagement Program Manager position. We want to be sure that a wide range of candidates hear about these opportunities and apply! The deadline for all three… Read more »
This year, the hills by my house didn’t turn green until late February. Although big drops of hope fall outside my window as I write, it gives me a false sense that everything will be okay, that perhaps we are not facing the biggest drought in many people’s lifetimes. I say this because this system… Read more »
The Ecology Center Farmers’ Market program is looking for individuals, businesses or organizations to run the cooking demonstrations at our Farmers’ Markets for the 2014 season, May – October. The cooking demonstrations at our Farmers’ Markets provide our market shoppers with meal ideas that are healthy, ethically-sourced, affordable, and easy to prepare. Good tasting food… Read more »