What We Do
Berry Good Food believes that a strong local and sustainable food community is good for San Diego and San Diegans. So we educate, connect and support food producers and consumers through a variety of programs and events like affordable cooking classes, expert panel discussions, and farm-to-table dinners.
Free and open to the public, Future Thought Leaders is a thought-provoking series of multidisciplinary panels discussing topics such as the climate benefits of carbon-rich soil, the impact of meat production, strategies for combating food waste, and ways to build a more sustainable seafood system.
We are committed to uplifting all students with the knowledge and skills needed to "grow a food movement" in their own lives. From high school and college students looking to acquire basic life skills, to adults looking to broaden their food literacy and confidence in the kitchen, everyone deserves a seat at the table.
Recent News/Blog Posts
“Generation Regeneration” Panel (RECAP)
- February 5, 2024
BGF Announces 2023 School Garden Grant Winners
- December 13, 2023
“I happen to think that in life we need to be a little like the farmer, who puts back into the soil what he takes out.”
– Paul Newman
Join the Cause!
Eleanor Roosevelt once famously stated that “Tomorrow starts today.” Consider volunteering to support Berry Good Food. Engage in this collaborative effort to effect change in our local, bi-regional food systems community.
As a volunteer, you may be called upon to for support at Farm events, the Berry Good Food Academy programs and beyond. We care about the food community from the growers, producers, food makers and all consumers. Our volunteers help deliver meaningful education, training, and social initiatives around the region to people of all ages. Join us by filling out the form at right.
And if you’d like to make a donation, we always welcome the support!
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Berry Good Book Club
Our book club is growing strong!
What we’ve been reading:
“Growing a Farmer” by Kurt Timmermeister
“American Catch” by Paul Greenberg
“Farm City” by Novella Carpenter
“Blood, Bones & Butter” by Gabrielle Hamilton
“Tomatoland” by Barry Estabrook
Buy these books and other purchases on Amazon using this AmazonSmile link and 0.5% of the price will be donated to the Berry Good Food Foundation.
Want to join the club? Email email@example.com for more information.
Contact Berry Good Food
Feel free to drop us a line at any time using the form at right, or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Snail mail can be sent to:
10531 4S Commons Drive, Suite 146
San Diego, CA 92127