Monkey Business Cafe, a social enterprise in Fullerton, serves up healthy helpings of farm-to-table fare foraged and prepared with the assistance of its young staff of eager teenage boys and young adults on the cusp of aging out of the foster care system. New patrons arrive daily often drawn by the effusive praise heaped upon […]
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Today, amidst the urban sprawl and paved over groves and ranches of yore, Orange County residents might be surprised to learn that it is still possible to find cattle happily nibbling on grass and grazing the rolling pastures of 5 Bar Beef, a Silverado, CA-based ranching operation located in the Santa Ana Mountains. Residents can […]
On March 17, Tustin Unified School District Nutrition Services kitchens kicked off its participation in the “California Thursdays” program, a collaboration between the Center for Ecoliteracy and participating school districts to serve healthy, freshly prepared school meals featuring California-grown foods. The program, which was first developed and piloted in the Oakland Unified School District during the […]
In 2011, Nancy Mintie, founder of Claremont, CA-based Uncommon Good saw in urban agriculture an opportunity to help fulfill her organization’s mission to break intergenerational poverty cycles and give people the tools to lift themselves up. Mintie says her embrace of urban agriculture in Uncommon Good’s ongoing efforts to promote health, wellness, education and sustainability […]