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  • The World’s Best Juice Bars

    London, Paris, Melbourne, Boise. Wherever you live — or travel to — there’s bound to be a top notch juice bar near you. More

  • Thirsty Thursday: SFMade Summer Cocktail [Recipe]

    SFMade is a California non-profit corporation, that is focused on building San Francisco’s manufacturing sector. As a long time support of buying local, I love seeing what comes out of SFMade and this week they really caught my eye with a local summer cocktail recipe. Local summer cocktail recipes Distillery No.209 is a true SFMade […] More

  • How to Reduce Food Waste: 3 More Ideas

    We continue to feature organizations working on how to reduce food waste: these three turn existing service models on their heads to feed the hungry. More

  • Almanac Beer’s Farm-To-Bottle Ethos

    It’s American Craft Beer Week and Almanac Beer Co. is a quintessential American craft beer company: small, independent, and traditional. And committed to sustainability. You have to love a beer producer whose motto is Farm To Bottle. Each of their seasonal limited release, small-batch beers is brewed  in collaboration with local farms.  Their offerings include […] More

  • Dishcrawl: “A Pub Crawl, But With Food”

    There is new concept in underground dining is sweeping the country. If you like food and want to check out a neighborhood in a particular city, Dishcrawl could be the answer. In 100 cities from Albuquerque to Wilmington, Dishcrawls take you on guided, walkable eating tours of a city neighborhood. Dishcrawl tours cover hip, often […] More

  • Celebrating Slow Food with Chef Thomas McNaughton

    Last night I had the pleasure of sharing a super-local winter feast thanks to Central Kitchen chef Thomas McNaughton and Slow Food San Francisco. Forty slow food fans gathered for an intimate dinner to share a table and celebrate the season’s best and talk about slow food and creating better food systems. Central Kitchen is […] More

  • Beyond Recycling: On the Road to Zero Waste

    Zero waste strategies help societies to produce and consume goods while respecting ecological limits and the rights of communities. The strategies ensure that all discarded materials are safely and sustainably returned to nature or to manufacturing in place of raw materials. In a zero waste approach, waste management is not left only to politicians and technical experts; rather, everyone impacted—from residents of wealthy neighborhoods to the public, private, and informal sector workers who handle waste—has a voice. More

  • San Francisco: Zero Waste by 2020?

    San Francisco has established itself as a global leader in waste management by diverting 77% of its waste away from landfills and incinerators. The city has achieved its national distinction through a three-pronged approach: enacting strong waste reduction legislation, partnering with a like-minded waste management company to innovate new programs, and creating a culture of recycling and composting. More

  • Interview with a Guerrilla Grafter

    When I interviewed one of the Guerrilla Grafters recently, I learned that it’s not all about the grafting. This early member of the Guerrilla Grafters cares deeply about the society in which we live and our relationship with public spaces. More

  • Top 5 Green Events to Attend in San Francisco and the Bay Area in 2012

    If you’re an environmentally minded person then there may be no better city to live in than beautiful San Francisco, California. Well known for its strong political stance on many “green” issues and sporting a population long admired for its liberal ideas and social conscience, San Francisco offers some of the best events available to broaden your environmental horizons by educating, teaching skills and organizing like-minded people via a broad array of fun, appealing events. More

  • Let Them Eat Fruit: The Guerrilla Grafters Strike

    The once strictly ornamental trees lining San Francisco’s city streets are suddenly bearing fruit. The Guerrilla Grafters intend to turn the foggy city into a food forest while remaining under the radar. More

  • Raw Chocolate-Making Class on Monday in San Francisco

    Ben Tseitlin is passionate about raw chocolate, and on Monday evening, San Francisco folks can learn some of his chocolate-making secrets! Not in SF? Don’t fret! Ben’s been kind enough to share a raw chocolate recipe just for us. Check it out below. More

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