Yey for Boston and Revolution Foods!

The contract will go to a new vendor known for producing fresh healthy meals.

Come one, come all and play skeeball!

Please join us for a night of fun and games, including classic skeeball, hoop shot, air hockey, pinball and more. Proceeds go to support environmental and nutrition education for low-income, diverse youth in San Francisco's highest needs neighborhoods.

In addition to free arcade games, music and light food, you can purchase raffle tickets to win one of our amazing prizes from local Bay Area partners


Ticket purchasing information coming soon!

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Kindergarteners at Rosa Parks with Jay Jordan,. CommunityGrows...
Making Spring Rolls...with the BEETS!
Check out yesterday's ice bucket challenge in Koshland Garden with many great SF Chefs! Full story here: <>
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Barbara Wenger
· April 27, 2017
CommunityGrows is GROUNDBREAKING! They cultivate healthy, ecoliterate youth by growing gardens in low income, diverse communities.

Do we have to eat meat to get protein? Let's ask the doctors

Find out more here:

(Segment from What The Health, available on Netflix now)

We Rise by PopSugar
June 14

After growing up in a food desert in South Los Angeles, Olympia Auset is now bringing low-cost organic foods to her hometown.

Should I use antibacterial soaps? How often should I bathe my child? Those are just some of the questions Jack Gilbert, a microbiome scientist, answers in his new book.

Trying to Pray
by Twyla Hansen

With my arms raised in a vee,
I gather the heavens and bring...
my hands down slow together,
press palms and bow my head.
I try to forget the suffering,
the wars, the ravage of land
that threatens songbirds,
butterflies, and pollinators.
The ghosts of their wings flutter
past my closed eyes as I breathe
the spirit of seasons, the stirrings
in soil, trees moving with sap.
With my third eye, I conjure
the red fox, its healthy tail, recount
the good of this world, the farmer
tending her tomatoes, the beans
dazzled green al dente in butter,
salt and pepper, cows munching
on grass. The orb of sun-gold
from which all bounty flows.

From Rock. Tree. Bird. © The Backwaters Press, 2017

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Posted by NPR

We took a field trip to the largest green roof in New York City. Then we imagined what the city could be like if all of its roof space was green.

Project Earth
June 6

You can't hear it, but trees actually are speaking to one another.

Loose canon: Globally, diabetes has almost quadrupled in 35 years and yet the multibillion-dollar sugar industry is happy to keep us in the dark about why
AUSTIN, Texas, July 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Whole Kids Foundation launches Starting with Soil, a free...
The beauty of birds spread to the sidewalks of San Francisco's Presidio when about 20 artists created chalk drawings of the park's avian residents! The chalk...

Check out our blog about our summer trip to Green Gulch Farm with Hayward Rec Connect and Booker T. Washington partners...

On Thursday July 6, 2017 our third summer trip to Green Gulch Farm with two summer partners brought sunshine and adventures! The farm was a-buzz with discoveries about bees and how they help us in
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Pesticide use in farming is a complicated and controversial issue.

This four minute video explains why we choose to farm organically, and what concerns us about the current direction of agriculture, both in the UK and globally.


Great job Chef Alice Mc Cravens!

It has been awhile. A lot has happened with events, garden work, graduation, even childbirth (congratulations Debbie and Chris!!!). This isn't the first time I've posted the skills and values our s
Mercy For Animals
June 12

Beef vs. Black Beans. Who wins??