Sierra Harvest’s mission is to educate, inspire, and connect Nevada County families to fresh, local, seasonal food.
- Harvest of the Month: Cabbage
by Amanda Thibodeau “The time has come the Walrus said, to talk of other things- of shoes and ships and sealing wax, of cabbages and kings.” So today, let’s avoid shoes, ships, sealing wax, and kings…what does that leave? Cabbage of course! This stalwart of the winter season (and the star of St Patty’s Day) […] read more
- Sierra Harvest Soup Night
April, 9th 5:30pm
Do you love fresh, locally grown food? Bring the whole family – kids eat for free! Join us for a celebration of the 5th season of the Food Love Project on Thursday April 9th from 5:30-8PM. Bring your own bowl and spoon and enjoy a bottomless bowl of locally grown soup and yummy bread for only $10!...
- Grow Your Own Food at Home – Sierra Harvest Can Help!
If you’ve always wanted to grow your own vegetables, but haven’t know where to start, or if you have tried planting a garden but not gotten the results you were hoping for, then the Sierra Gardens program is for you! read more
- Harvest of the Month: Dried Plums AKA Prunes
Winter is an excellent time to enjoy preserved foods from the summer bounty; There are so many ways to enjoy the taste and nutrition of the summer and fall in this, the shortest month of the year. That’s exactly what 6,000 local students did earlier this month as part of February’s Harvest of the Month program. Dried French plums were the item of choice, and not surprisingly students gobbled them up! read more
- Kids and Staff are Eating Up Grizzly Hill’s New Salad Bar!
Kids choose what they want to eat from Grizzly Hill's new salad bar -- and they are choosing more vegetables! read more