2019 was a very satisfying year for me and hopefully for you, because we addressed the climate crisis in many ways.
The sustainability manager for the City of Fremont describes her recent tour of European cities that at are the forefront of addressing climate change.
In this blog post I want to focus on five solutions that LEAF already is addressing through its two gardens, many workshops, and sale of seedlings to members and local retailers.
We knew there was a problem when a huge tree limb crashed to the ground at LEAF’s C.R. Stone Garden in late October.
Seasonal - as ‘in season’. When November rolls around, I look forward to seeing persimmons at the farmers market. You’ll find them there through early winter. While I’m not a big fan of fancy iced holiday cookies, when it’s chilly…
Richard Godfrey reviews a book by Justine Burt, an environmentally sustainability expert and founding LEAF board member.
It may look like summer to us -- warm and dry, days still longish and the hills a sunny gold -- but from the honeybee point of view we’re well into fall. And that can only mean one thing: The…