Sustainable Solano

Nurturing Initiatives for the Good of the Whole

What does Sustainable Solano do?

We are a grassroots, countywide movement uniting people through work that aims to serve the future of Solano County, to promote ecologically regenerative, economically and socially just communities in a world that works for everyone. Sustainable Solano has grown out of decades of dedicated community work that started with community gardens and has grown to include an emphasis on creating sustainable, regenerative environments, community capacity building, supporting local food systems and building youth leadership and workforce skills for a better future.

Bounty of the County is going on now! Find chef demonstrations, farm profiles and how to try dishes made with delicious local produce here!

Our Work

Green Infrastructure

Building resilient communities through regenerative landscapes

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Local Food

Supporting local farmers and feeding communities

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Workforce Development

Supporting the green economy and youth leadership

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Community Conversations

Sharing insight among community members

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3.36M

Gallons of annual water impact

38

Cooking classes with local food

49

Sustainable gardens installed

7,340+

Workshop/event participants since 2015

Green Infrastructure

Building resilient communities through regenerative landscapes

 

Learn more

3.36M

Gallons of annual water impact

Local Food

Supporting local farmers and feeding communities

Learn more

38

Cooking classes with local food

Workforce Development

Supporting the green economy and youth leadership

 

Learn more

49

Sustainable gardens installed

Community Conversations

Sharing insight among community members

Learn more

7,340+

Workshop/event participants since 2015

Resources to Take Action

 

News and Updates

A Lesson from the Rain on Healthy Soil

A Lesson from the Rain on Healthy Soil

Soul Food Farm‘s Alexis Koefoed shared these photos and thoughts during the rainstorm Oct. 24 that over the weekend brought more than 10 inches of rain to parts of Vacaville and at least 4 inches or more to other areas of Solano County.

Solano Cities Face Risks from a ‘Return to Normal’

Solano Cities Face Risks from a ‘Return to Normal’

Nick Reynoso joined us this summer as a California Climate Action Corps Fellow with a focus on our Resilient Neighborhoods program in Suisun City and building connections with community members and local environmental leaders. In this blog, he offers his reflections on climate change and the risks it holds for coastal cities — and ways to prepare.

A Call to Action to Save the Monarchs

A Call to Action to Save the Monarchs

If we want future generations to live in a world that still has Monarchs, we have to act now. Co-founders of the Monarch Milkweed Project have a call to action to save these important pollinators.

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