Bay Area Bountiful

Bay Area Bountiful: Sempervirens Means Evergreen
People and Redwoods" investigates the aftermath of the CZU Lightning Fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains, both the devastating impact it had on some mountain communities and its implications for future planning around climate change. We explore how the Amah Mutson Tribal Band has been relearning their...
In 2020, Brianna Noble founded Humble, an Oakland-based equine program dedicated to positively impacting youth from disenfranchised communities. Through enriching learning experiences, Humble uses horses as a medium to inspire bright futures.
We met Mac McDonald in his family garden in Windsor. The son of a moonshiner, Mac was first introduced to wine at the age of twelve. At that young age he had a vision of becoming a winemaker and has helped a new generation of African American winemakers to envision their own futures in the industry.
Bay Area Bountiful Short Story 3-1
Cascade Ranch is a 418-acre farm just north of Pie Ranch in the ancestral homeland of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band. Under the leadership of Leonard Diggs, the Cascade Regenerator Program plans to create a regenerative landscape where a multiracial group of farmers, ranchers, and land stewards will ha...
Bay Area Bountiful Celebrates Black Owned Businesses
For February, Bay Area Bountiful celebrates Black History Month with local leaders who are making history. From volunteers at the Sonoma County Black Forum feeding families with food insecurity to Black-owned restaurants embracing sustainable culinary practices to established Black entrepreneurs in...
On this edition of Bay Area Bountiful, we look at some of the many contributions science and scientists make to our society. We visit San Francisco’s California Academy of Sciences where vital research is being conducted on the coronavirus pandemic. We take a virtual dive in the Monterey Bay Aquariu...

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