There are lots of great events coming up this month!
Biofuel Oasis is starting up their urban homesteading classes for the season. They are teaching classes on the subjects of beekeeping, chickens,goats, urban fruit trees, olive curing, and rabbits (taught by Esperanza from Pluck and Feather).
The Institute of Urban Homesteading has some great classes coming up this month. The available class topics includes Fruit Tree Care, Intentional Communities, Home Coffee Roasting, Soapmaking, Lacto-Fermentation, Beekeeping, Cheesemaking, and Canning Fruits and Tomatoes. You can find more info including dates and class descriptions here.
18 reasons will be a hosting ice cream social, a farm tour, and classes on cheesemaking and cocktails. They have other upcoming classes in September that you can check out through their website.
Also on September 17th, Forage SF will be hosting a San Francisco Wild Seafood tour. They will also be doing Wild Food Walks (Plants) on September 10th, 11th and the 25th.
September 13th though the 15th the National Heirloom Exposition is coming to Santa Rosa.
September 23rd through the 25th is the Eat Real Festival at Jack London Square. I’ll be there with the East Bay Urban Agriculture Alliance and I’ll be judging the honey competition.
Farmegeddon will be playing at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco from September 23rd to the 29th.
Justice Begins with Seeds Statewide Conference & GMOAwareness Week Sept. 12th-17th. Register Soon!
The next East Bay Urban Agriculture Alliance meeting will be on September 28th. Contact me for more details.