Community Volunteer Organization Feeding The Hungry. Community Service Announcements / Events Publication. Non-Profit Nationwide Campaign Against Hunger. Jefferson Award Winner. SHARE FRUIT. GLEANING ORGANIZATION. PEOPLE Magazine Hometown Hero Anna Chan, AKA "Mommy" and "The Lemon Lady." CONTACT: AnnaAndAva@gmail.com - (925) 672-1988 or (510) 406-1625
This botanic garden is a paradise on earth. Easy location just by the Caldecott tunnel. If you've never been, you'll be in awe of the beautiful scenery, rare flowers, edibles, ornamental, carnivorous and more than 12,000 fascinating plants! Just GO. It is perfect for an afternoon walk in the forest, stroll along a babbling brook, meandering through a Japanese garden, seeing a real cacao tree or cinnamon bark in the tropical greenhouse...and even chasing butterflies. An amazing place - a true local gem, sure to be a delightful family day.
Tomato seedlings and Sunflowers grow lovely in gallon milk jugs. Good Morning Sunshine and friends of The Lemon Lady,
A simple request. Please save gallon milk jugs. Please rinse them thoroughly after use.
Why, you may ask?
Seedlings are being supplied to community gardens, maybe a kindergarten class, too! Milk jugs make a perfect one gallon potting container to grow healthy, hearty seedlings. I'm rootin' for some fantastic sunflowers to reach the sky and hearts of happy children. Smiles.
I can always use more help with my volunteer seedling donation project. If you are interested in growing seedlings for donation, please inquire. I have volunteer opportunities for that, too. Planting seeds is fun. Ask a child...
Join Gail Wadsworth of Slow Food Delta Diablofor a free marmalade making workshop on Saturday, March 23 from 2- 5 pm. Come with an empty 8 ounce canning jar and go home with a jar of marmalade. You will learn how to sterilize jars, prepare fruit and make marmalade at home.
For more details and to sign up for this limited space workshop,
Did you know there are farmers' markets almost every day of the week, all year, rain or shine in California?
We LOVE the farmers and the markets. So much fun to be out and about! Breathe crisp morning air, listen to music, delight in the beautiful assortment of farm-fresh fruits and vegetables. Have fun. Visit a market soon! Support a family farmer.
In the Bay Area, California, we've visited dozens of local markets, such as: Concord, Clayton, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, Walnut Creek, Danville, Orinda, Moraga, Lafayette and many more across the San Francisco Bay. Find your Happy Place at your local farmers' market.