On Saturday, a new market made its debut in Berkeley in the wake of a new law that allows people to sell certain homemade foods to the public.
This Sunday at UC Berkeley’s Pauley Ballroom the non-profit organization Three Squares raises awareness — and funds — for its free cooking programs for low-income residents.
Starting today, a boot camp for college food activists kicks off at UC Berkeley’s Student Housing Cooperative, designed to equip students to run co-op food enterprises on campuses across the country, like the Berkeley Student Food Collective.
Berkeley’s alternative food programs and businesses in the spotlight on a food soverignty tour co-hosted by Bay Area Green Tours Saturday.
Food Day, on October 24th, will highlight the good, bad, and ugly of the way we consume food in this country.