We Want to Hear from You!

We want to meet you, our fabulous readers (best people in the world IMO) even if it’s just here online. So give us a quick hello and tell us a bit about your awesome selves! What are your goals, concerns, etc? Got questions? We promise we won’t bite. We all had to start somewhere and are…

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Happy Farmer’s Market Week

Information taken from Projects for Public Spaces Markets for All: Celebrating National Farmers Market Week Posted by: Craig Raphael Categories: Blog, Markets, PPS Video, Public Markets and Local Economies  Rows of brightly colored produce; freshly baked breads and blueberry pies; mingling of friends, neighbors and strangers: there’s no limit to the joys of a local farmers market. The spectacular resurgence of…

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Thursday in the City- Upcoming Events at Garden for Environment

Garden for the Environment, originally uploaded by chuck b.. Info Via:  Garden for the Environment URBAN COMPOSTINGDate: Saturday, August 7th, 2010Time: 10AM – 12NOONLocation: Garden for the Environment, 7th Ave at Lawton Street, San FranciscoCost: Free Give your summer garden a boost that will guarantee vibrant colors and tasty veggies for the months to follow! Aside from encouraging beneficial soil organisms…

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Thursday in the City- Bread Making Class

Whole Wheat Bread, originally uploaded by kristib2pea.  Source:  The Studio For Urban Projects The Self-Sufficient Kitchen, Bread Class Event Details Date:  Saturday, July 24, 2010 Time: 1:00 PM All classes meet from 1:00-5:00 pm at the Studio for Urban Projects 3579 17th Street. Classes are $75. Please use the Paypal link below to register. This ongoing…

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Thursday in the City- The Botany of Desire

Hayes Valley Farm Film Night Next Feature:  Botany of Desire,  July 20, 2010 In collaboration with Kikim Media and KQED Source: Hayes Valley Farm Feature: Based on Michael Pollan’s acclaimed book, Botany of Desire, directed by Michael Schwarz, is a sensuous and eye-opening exploration into the human relationship with plants, trees and flowers, through the lens of…

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Earth Day- Hayes Valley Farm

Earth Day On The Urban Farm Hey fans! If you’re in town this Thursday, bring yourself and your 36 friends down to the farm. Celebrate Earth Day while learning new skills, building new soil, and making a few new friends. We’re providing live music by talented local artist Pamela Parker and free food to keep…

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A Shout Out to Gardening Blogs

Instead of having our usual guest blog today, instead I want to give a shout out to all the wonderful gardening blogs I’ve come across recently thanks to Blotanical, a forum for garden bloggers to share their blogs with each other. Some of my favorites include: Curbstone Valley FarmDaphne’s DandelionsUrban Dirt BloomingwriterGarden RantThe Beer GardenTiny Farm BlogTown…

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