When school is out, what are the kids going to do? Unplug with a drop-off day camp on a 12-acre farm! Kids enjoy new hands-on, seasonal activities to keep children engaged and having a great time while learning about farm animals, gardening and the many lessons nature has to offer. There will also be corporative games, music and unstructured play on a natural playground. Programs: Ages 3-15. Half-day options for ages 3-5. Click here to register.
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9:00 am Our Benicia Roots & Soil Breakfast @ Heritage Presbyterian Church
Our Benicia Roots & Soil Breakfast @ Heritage Presbyterian Church
Mar 30 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
On March 30, we will host “Our Benicia Roots & Soil,” a breakfast to recognize the importance of the Benicia community where the first seeds of what would become Sustainable Solano were planted 20 years[...]
9:01 am Benicia’s Free Compost Giveaway ... @ East 2nd St. Public Parking Lot
Benicia’s Free Compost Giveaway ... @ East 2nd St. Public Parking Lot
Mar 30 @ 9:01 am – 1:00 pm
Supplement your soil in time for your spring vegetables. Bring your own container to be filled. 5-gallon buckets work best. Up to 30 gallons per household. Please bring driver’s license for each household. Benicia residents[...]
6:00 pm Next Economy: Restorative Economics @ Green Hive Spaces
Next Economy: Restorative Economics @ Green Hive Spaces
Apr 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Join us for a discussion on different strategies for a just transition to a more sustainable, equitable and just economy. Restorative economics takes a restorative justice approach to restoring and reinvesting in low-income communities of[...]
6:30 pm Dixon Sustainable Landscape Class @ Dixon Public Library
Dixon Sustainable Landscape Class @ Dixon Public Library
Apr 11 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Sustainable Solano Program Manager Nicole Newell will teach about sustainable landscaping: beautiful, productive, life-supporting ecosystems featuring trees and a variety of perennials fed by secondary water (greywater and rainwater). Learn about current turf replacement rebates[...]