Sierra Harvest’s mission is to educate, inspire, and connect Nevada County families to fresh, local, seasonal food.
- Kids Find a New Way to Relate to Food at Food Love Summer Camp
We caught up with Farmer Amanda Thibodeau and Food Love Project Intern Brianna Abundiz on the last day of summer camp to find out about how they were changing kids’ relationships with food having spent a week on the farm. SH: How did the kids spend their time at Food Love Summer Camp? AT: We […] read more
- Volunteer of the Month: Deb Chapman!
Deb Chapman is integral to Sierra Harvest with her outstanding volunteer support of the Sierra Gardens Program, fundraising events, and so much more. We are indebted to her devotion to the mission on a daily basis with her enthusiasm for every aspect of our work. SH: What do you do for Sierra Harvest? DC: I […] read more
- Swap Garden Tools for a Free Ticket to the Fair!
August, 3rd 1:00am
Get a free ticket to the fair and help Sierra Harvest provide food and farming education in our community! It’s easy – just donate new or gently used garden tools (such as shovels, forks, rakes, small tarps, stackable tote boxes and more ) and get a free two-for-one ticket to the Nevada County Fair! It...
- Sierra Harvest: Food Love Project Volunteer Work Day
August, 4th 8:00am
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
August, 4th 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