Our friends and neighbors at Urban Adamah farm are hosting a festive event this Sunday, and the Ecology Center is partnering. Come say hello to our staff who will be on hand! Here’s the invitation from Urban Adamah:
Back by popular demand for its third year, we are pleased to bring you Eat Pray Lulav,… Read more »
The next event in our “Soil in the City” series focuses on one of the most beneficial species for building healthy soil – worms! In addition to their many benefits, worm compost systems are low maintenance and don’t need a lot of space, making them ideal for urban residents.
Join us for a free community… Read more »
In this three-session intro series, we’ll explore the many layers of climate solutions, from urban farms to personal action plans. The series is a perfect fit for those wanting to develop some basic knowledge about climate change, be exposed to models of successful community solutions, and build relationships with other engaged community members. Can’t make… Read more »
Our neighbors at the Urban Adamah farm are hosting a great event this weekend, back by popular demand! Eat Pray Lulav, a Sukkot Harvest Festival will be their biggest family event of the year, with live musical performances by Octopretzel and The Bearded Ladies! They will also have plenty of goats, storytelling, cob stove building,… Read more »
Urban Adamah, a new neighbor on San Pablo Avenue and Park Street, recently celebrated its grand opening, transforming an empty parking lot into a vibrant urban farm project. They’ve posted a great how-to video on building raised beds on a budget. Check it out!… Read more »