Sierra Harvest’s mission is to educate, inspire, and connect Nevada County families to fresh, local, seasonal food.
- Meet Rachel Wegman!
SH: What do you do for Sierra Harvest? I’m a Farm to School liaison and I also spent four years volunteering for the Food Love Project. I helped out with summer camp and with the farm there. I went to school to be a teacher, but didn’t like being in the classroom every day. I […] read more
- New President of the Board: Phil Turner
Phil Turner is no stranger to the local food movement in Nevada County. He started attending Living Lands Agrarian Network events in 2010, and was invited to be on their board the following year. When Living Lands merged with Live Healthy Nevada County, he became an inaugural member of the new Sierra Harvest board. This […] read more
- Sierra Harvest: Food Love Project Volunteer Work Day
July, 7th 10:00am
Come get dirty with farmers Amanda and Katie. Help dig beds, weed, plant, and get the farm ship shape. All ages and abilities welcome. Bring a water bottle, a hat, and a good attitude. Come for an hour or the whole time. The Food Love Project is at the Burton homestead at 16200 Purdon Rd, Nevada...
- U-Pick Veggies at The Food Love Project
July, 7th 4:30pm
Bring the whole family, or just yourself and pick your own veggies for affordable prices at Food Love. Mingle with your neighbors and farmers and enjoy evening on the farm. Tuesdays from 4:30-6:30 pm
- Food Love Summer Camp! July 13 – 17
July, 13th 9:00am
The Food Love Project Camp is the tastiest camp in town! The experience is designed to give campers an idea of what it takes to have a garden or farm, while at the same time encouraging their creativity and ownership of the space. During the week, campers will choose a “farm name” and a “farm...