Jezra Thompson, the new head of Berkeley schools' gardening and cooking program, explains why it's in peril, despite support.
A UC Berkeley fund run by the chancellor’s office and designed to build partnerships throughout the city recently named 11 community projects that will receive $252,000 in 2013-14.
Will Gaudet Jr. came through the Alice Waters backed Edible Schoolyard and now he's determined to turn people on to hemp burgers.
The 11th annual Plant Sale at the Edible Schoolyard at Berkeley's King Middle School was a feast for all the senses.
New coffee shop in the Dimond, Ad Hoc chef pop-ups, hot restaurants, and much more fresh East Bay food news.
Berkeley schools' pioneering cooking and gardening programs are at risk as federal funding is being cut. Parents are rallying to find solutions.
Katrina Heron, who recently took over as director of The Edible Schoolyard Project, wants to "upgrade the menu" at school lunches.
A new initiative, spearheaded by Berkeley’s Edible Schoolyard Project, aims to put beehives in the city’s three middle schools by next spring.
Katrina Heron, a veteran journalist, takes over the reins at The Edible Schoolyard Project.
A conversation with Erin Scott, the Berkeley blogger behind the popular Yummy Supper site.
Two course at Cal this fall -- an artistic workshop that explores food and a journalism class that digs into food and farming matters -- offer an edible education to students and the community a large as well.
A new global group -- with roots here in Berkeley -- wants to put the play (and some risk) back in childrens' outdoor environments.