Mendocino County Jail started beekeeping classes with the Sheriff as part of their permaculture training program
The Sheriff of Mendocino County Jail approved all expansion plans for the Prison Monastery this year: ecological restoration, guards to guardian program, and Love to Table meals for staff
Love to Table is now serving a weekly sit down meal in Ukiah on Friday evenings at Building Bridges, a homeless shelter
In every gathering, in any chance meeting on the street, there is a shine, an elegance rising up. Today I recognized that that jewel-like beauty is the presence
“What are we doing here?” I’ve often wondered. How will I ever get somewhere? Getting somewhere has quite an allure to it.
Smoked fish is a longtime favorite of ours, both in sandwiches and served on crackers as a delicious appetizer for parties and guests. Trout is a wonderful fish with flaky white meat and a lot of flavor.
When the pandemic hit San Francisco in March 2020, we closed our restaurant doors. In the uncertainty of the world, we felt lost and we wondered how we would find our way back to the surface.
The first two groups set their mats down when they arrived in the room and my third group, a combination of women 65+, some in wheelchairs and some with their yoga mats, formed a semi-circle for class.
Bare feet. Fruit falling and some still hanging. This apple tree feels like I’m in Eden. The tree of life without the serpent. I think about how it was innate for my ancestors to come to the trees, to know the time for planting them, for eating from them.