Vallejo

Resilient Neighborhoods

We are looking for pioneering teams of neighbors in Vallejo who want to partner with us in bringing this vision to life.


Community Support

We have a skilled Advisory Board of local experts and passionate partners to help us carry out this pilot program in Vallejo.

Hakeem Brown, Vallejo City Councilman
Steve Dunsky, U.S. Forest Service
Richard Fisher, Vallejo Commission for the Future
Amy Hartman, Greenbelt Alliance
Dr. Sue King, Pastor at Vacaville’s St. Paul’s United Methodist Church

Interested in Sustainable Landscaping and Community-Building? Tell Us!

We’ve created a quick and easy form for Solano County residents to let us know how they want to get involved and help us identify where programs and projects are needed.

New “Resilient Neighborhoods” Program Launches in 2019!

We can’t think of a more fitting way to celebrate our 20th anniversary than with the announcement of a new program

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Upcoming Events

Mar
23
Sat
2:00 pm Walk the Talk Workshop: Sheet Mu... @ Shelter Solano (formerly Mission Solano)
Walk the Talk Workshop: Sheet Mu... @ Shelter Solano (formerly Mission Solano)
Mar 23 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Mulch! It suppresses weeds, retains moisture, prevents erosion, maintains nutrients, promotes soil life, controls pests…and looks nice! Would you like to learn how to mulch like a pro? Come and join us at our very first[...]
Mar
30
Sat
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[...]
Apr
4
Thu
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[...]