If you go past Spiral Gardens on Tuesday afternoons, a large black fence and “For Sale” sign may be what you notice instead of the Ecology Center’s Farm Fresh Choice produce stand. The stand is still running though, near the side entrance on Oregon Street. Spiral Gardens is also still running, and not for sale.… Read more »
Join the film makers of Lunch Love Community and a special panel of guests for documentary short stories and lively interactive discussion about Berkeley leading the nation with food reform and food justice in our schools and neighborhoods. We’re proud that two current and former Farm Fresh Choice staff will be participating on the panel. … Read more »
The Ecology Center is seeking a highly committed youth development professional to lead and expand our efforts to empower the next generation of environmental leaders. Our youth come from communities most impacted by poverty as well as environmental and heath disparities. The Program Manager will build on over ten years of vibrant youth food justice… Read more »
Over ten years ago, with community involvement, our Farm Fresh Choice program was created to increase the consumption of fresh produce by low-income residents. It also addressed other needs articulated by community members: to provide safe and positive work experiences for “at-risk” youth. The program has thrived over the past decade, bringing youth through our… Read more »
Farm Fresh Choice invites young people, youth advocates, and East Bay community members to learn about criminal law directly from lawyers who work to promote social welfare through the defense of human and civil rights.
Emily Abraham and Gautam Jagannath, staff attorneys at Social Justice Collaborative, will give a talk about street law topics such… Read more »