Despite what the weather has us believe, we are in the height of the winter growing season for Southern California. When considering winter vegetable production, we typically think of sowing the seeds, disease and pest management, and harvesting the vegetables.
Now that 2013 has drawn to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the past year. In 2013, Farmscape helped create 74 new gardens and welcomed 49 new members to our weekly farming program. Among those
Need a last minute Valentine’s Day card? Look no further than your produce drawer. That’s right, your produce drawer. A celery heart can be cut to make a beautiful rose stamp, and a potato can be carved to make…well, anything!
There’s a lot happening regarding urban farming policy in the Bay Area. Since we’ve opened our office in March, we’ve seen the adoption of AB 551, The Urban Agriculture Incentive Zones Act, on the state level. Simply put, the law
Maddy Fredrick is a junior at Hamilton College studying Sociology and is currently a Farmscape intern. Her interest in the farm-to-table movement stems from her passion for cooking and farming. The farm-to-table movement has grown exponentially in the last decade.
At Farmscape, we love to partner with companies that share our ethos. This includes a commitment to the environment, along with providing good jobs and delicious food. We are thrilled to be working with Clif Bar at their Emeryville headquarters