Watch This Space!
A documentary about bees: why keeping bees is important, how everyone can do it, and what we can all do to help slow down the decline of both honey and native bees, essential to the production of a full third of everything we eat. Local bee keepers will be attending to present practical information answer questions.
You can watch a trailer for More Than Honey here.
The last Monday of March and we are meeting to catch up on what’s been going on in our various action areas and plan future events and activities.
The last Monday of February and we are meeting to catch up on what’s been going on in our various action areas and plan future events and activities. On the horizon: More than Honey – a documentary about bees, with some bee keepers to talk to about why it’s important for more people to have hives on March 23; a possible screening of Arise (about women who are changing the world) on Earth Day (April 22) as well as our annual walk on Albany Hill (plus?); a Compost and Worm Bin demonstration from Stop Waste on March 29, progress on the Ohlone Greenway project and the expanded Edible Landscape Garden – now known as Eastside and Westside Gardens in Memorial Park, a report from Resilience Circle II and the Feng Shui Astrology event… and space for people with new ideas that increase community resilience to present them and garner support.
Please feel free to come to a meeting of like-minded folks at 7 pm on Friday evening (2/21) to figure out the best way to move forward with an ongoing support group in which we hope to
We’ll start by sharing things to eat, and get to know one another. People who live in Albany west of San Pablo Avenue are particularly warmly invited, but if you come from further away we’d love you to join us anyway, with the idea that at some point you’ll be inspired to start something similar in your own neighborhood.