StopWaste works with urban farms and community gardens to fight climate change with carbon farming practices. Practices such as feeding the soil with compost and keeping unplanted areas covered help these communities grow healthy food and sequester carbon in the soil.
Massive wildfires are part of the new norm in California and it's making gardeners concerned that smoke and ash are ruining their produce. Is the fresh produce that you worked so hard to grow still safe to eat?
We encourage you to check out the upcoming events in our Healthy Soils Series, which showcases some of the practices used by our local farm partners.
The East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) recognized StopWaste as one of four inaugural WaterSmart Partners at a ceremony on March 12, 2019. StopWaste previously received WaterSmart designation in 2011 for on-site water-saving practices.
Landscape pros: Attend this free event to learn practical solutions to California's most pressing water issues.
This 70+ page guide is written for the home gardener and provides how-to information, a design survey, profiles of East Bay gardens, and much more.