There are lots of great sustainable workshops this summer -- at both Rodgers Ranch AND Pittsburg Environmental Center. Check 'em out!
Our partner, Sustainable Contra Costa, is offering a comprehensive workshop on drip irrigation next Saturday, April 28, 10am - 4pm, at the Pittsburg Environmental Center. Lunch included!
To register, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/get-a-grip-on-drip-installation-workshop-tickets-42999462550.
Participate in the East Bay Community Resilience Challenge and register Your Sustainable Actions Today! Go to: http://www.communityresiliencechallenge.org/node/add/action.
See popular actions from last year's CRC below.
6th annual Spring Expo and Plant Sale at Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm
April 14, rain or shine, 10am to 4pm
Fun for the whole family – free entrance
New this year – animals! Goats, sheep, rabbits and chickens from 4H
Free classes on soils, fertilizer, olive oil tasting, and tomato planting
Thousands of locally grown, organic plants (including succulents). Fabulous BBQ (and vegan) foods by DVC Culinary School, including beer and wine.
Curated artisanal products for home and garden
Rodgers Ranch – a historic farm dating back to 1867
315 Cortsen Road in Pleasant Hill
Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/163543481017343/ Rodgers Ranch Urban Farm & Teaching Garden
Food & Refreshments
Classes & Entertainment
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The Community Resilience Challenge is an annual mobilization campaign that inspires thousands of citizens and groups to take action to save water, grow food, conserve energy, reduce waste pollution, and build community. Together, our collective action honors people-powered, low-cost, high-impact solutions that create healthier, localized, more resilient food systems, economies, and communities. For more info, go to http://www.eastbayresiliencechallenge.org.
The Rodgers Ranch Heritage Center's Board of Directors is excited to use our blog, Ranch Posts, to keep members and the public informed of the latest activities at the ranch. We invite you to comment, ask questions, or muse on the heritage center, both its historical past and its thriving present.