Bay Area Bountiful explores the food we eat, and where it comes from, as well as the environment, and sustainability.
PARK CLOSURE UPDATE:
All Sonoma County Regional Parks are closed through at least May 3rd. The closure is made to comply with a county order to shelter in place during this health emergency and is in effect until further notice.
Marin County Parks and open spaces are closed to motorized access. Community members may walk or bike to nearby preserves, parks, and pathways for necessary exercise, while maintaining social distancing. People with disabilities that affect mobility may access parks by motorized means as needed.
Napa County regional parks remain open for trail users only and ask all users to please follow safe social distancing rules and trail etiquette. In-person events and camping areas are closed.
More information on each county’s regional parks status can be found at parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov, marincountyparks.org, and napaoutdoors.org.
Some California State Parks are temporarily “fully closed”. Vehicular access, trails and restrooms within these parks are closed. Included in the closure are all campgrounds, museums, and visitor centers. Some parks with vehicular closures remain open for locals who must practice social distancing of 6 feet or more and are visiting parks near their primary residences.
Updates can be found at parks.ca.gov
Daily Acts presents: “How to Harvest and Re-use Rainwater” an online webinar
More Information and registration: dailyacts.org
The Calistoga Farmers Market happens every Saturday, all year, from 9:00am to 1:00pm at the Sharpsteen Museum Plaza on Washington Street in Calistoga
The Sonoma Valley Farmers Market is open today and every Friday, year-round, from 9:00am to 12:30pm at Arnold Field on First Street in Sonoma
Madeline Welsh details the The Santa Rosa Garden Club