SBCFAN's Executive Director, Shakira Miracle explains how the Network's is investing in and building a more equitable food system, promote health and wellness and strengthen the foodshed.
SBCFAN's Excutive Director the region's talks with podcast host Todd Schulkin about Santa Barbara's rich local food system, as well as how to make it more sustainable and resilient.
Find our how you can start your own compost at home in this Los Angeles Times article featuring tips from L.A. Compost.
Apples to Zucchini (A to Z) Cooking School is expanding to include more adult classes. Their scientific-based approach to cooking nutritious meals using seasonal and local ingredients has a lasting impact.
In her new book, Liz Carlisle shows that carbon can be stored in the soil if we adopt ancestral land management strategies, many of which are held by communities of color.
Meet Marko and Cassidy Alexandrou of Motley Crew Ranch. On their land on the Central Coast of California, they produce pasture-raised chickens, goats, sheep, and cows.
Renovations Decrease Overall Size of Community Garden and Individual Plots
The Rodale Institute recently launched a new course on regenerative organic agriculture to provide resources for consumers interested in learning the basics of food and farming.
Alice Anderson is now farming historic Santa Ynez Valley Vines and cultivating healthy soils.