Connect and Reflect with Us!

Sustainable Solano is seeking ways to share what inspires us within our local community. Our team, volunteers, Food Forest Keepers and others in the community are sharing how they are finding ways to connect with each other and the earth during this time while finding time for reflection.

Have a video, slideshow or other reflection to share? Contact us at allison@sustainablesolano.org 

Tour Enchanted Cottage Garden and The Ripple Effect in Vallejo with permaculture expert Lydia Neilsen in this video.

Tour Living & Learning Garden in Benicia with permaculture expert John Valenzuela in this video.


Students at St. Patrick-St. Vincent Catholic High School shared their reflections on water in this contest. Read the finalists and winning poem here!


A visit to St. Patrick-St. Vincent Catholic High School’s garden, Teraza Dominicana.

Join Lori Caldwell of CompostGal for this informative talk on container gardening. Find the resources she mentions and a copy of her slides here.

Building your spring garden? Check out our playlist of videos on how to get the most out of your garden bed.

See how this demonstration food forest garden has grown in the Morningside Botanical Bounty Resilient Neighborhood in Vallejo.


Follow the creation of a demonstration food forest garden, Morningside Botanical Bounty, as part of Vallejo’s first Resilient Neighborhood in this slideshow.

View this inspirational slideshow of Enchanted Cottage Garden in Vallejo.

Food Forest Keeper Julie shares a virtual tour of her garden, The Ripple Effect in Benicia.

Food Forest Keeper Sandy sends an update from her garden, Nourishing Provision in Benicia.

Join us in finding ways to connect and reflect. Team member Allison shares what she is doing at home. (Resources mentioned can be found here.)