FOOD

The California Earthquake Alliance has developed seven steps for earthquake safety. "Step 3" is to organize your disaster supply.

Geologist Lori Dengler recommends preparing at least two weeks of water, food and medical supplies.

Check out Living On Shaky Ground for more information.


Diwali Festival of Lights Celebration

Oct 27, 2017
Katie Whiteside

The HSU Multicultural Center hosts a Diwali Celebration on November 6th at 5pm in the Kate Buchanan Room on the Humboldt State University Campus- and you are invited!

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Arcata House Partnership is hosting  The Gleaned Chef Competition. This event will help spotlight Hunger Awareness Month and Humboldt Local Food Month in September.

According to Food for People's website, the Local Food Resources Program has accessed and harvested donations of more than 84,000 lbs of fresh local produce from farms, orchards, ranches, and community members’ backyard gardens. The food for the competition will be gleaned from local markets and farms. 

Teams or solo cooks, professionals, or amateurs of any age are eligible to enter by gathering sponsors to support Arcata House Partnership. This event is a fundraiser for Arcata House Partnership and will help continue to provide services to the homeless and low income people in Humboldt County.  For entry information, go to the Arcata House Partnership website or visit their office at 1005 Eleventh St in Arcata. All entries and sponsorships are due by September 18, 2017. For more information, please call (707) 822-4528.  

  Dr. Ellen Oxfeld, professor of anthropology at Middlebury College in Vermont has spent a significant amount of time in rural China in a small village she has named “Moonshadow Pond”  located in Meixian, Guangdong Province, southeast China.  Ellen emphasizes that while many have studied China’s recent rise as an economic power, China itself does not exist solely in the economic realm.

Humboldt County Office of Education has a thriving hydrofarm. Jennifer Bell and Karen Brooks continue their discussion about the greenhouse focused on growing community resilience, education and career opportunities.

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Jennifer Bell discusses artisanal gluten-free baking with Shamira Heinz of Heartfire Bakery in Arcata.

 

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Community Sustainability Organizer, Jeanine Cava, joins Jennifer Bell to talk about food systems, politics, community resilience and a new course offered through extended education at HSU: Hungry For Change: Toward a Just & Restorative Food System

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Jennifer Bell continues her discussion on healthy and fun food creations with food author and enthusiast Karen Solomon.

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San Francisco-based food and lifestyle writer, Karen Solomon, joins Jennifer Bell to discuss the joys of healthy eating, homecooking and canning.  

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Jennifer Bell talks about Arcata’s community farm and the CSA model with farmer Jayme Buckley.  

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Jennifer Bell continues her discussion on locally made tofu and other artisanal products with Matthew Schmit from the Tofu Shop.

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In less than two years, Shane and Linda have transformed this intimate urban space in Sunny Brea into a community beacon that inspires neighbors to seek a more conscientious way of life.  The Humboldt Permaculture Guild invites the community to a tour of this urban homestead in Arcata on Tuesday August 2nd at 5:30.   Book your spot at fogwoodworking@gmail.com  

   

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April Goess, chef and educator at the CIA - the Culinary Institute of America - talks with Jennifer Bell about her  lifelong passion for sharing the art of cooking and her upcoming workshops at the Humboldt Botanical Gardens. 

Two workshops: August 6, 10:30am and 1pm

For more information: (707) 442-5139 and http://www.hbgf.org/

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