Sierra Harvest’s mission is to educate, inspire, and connect Nevada County families to fresh, local, seasonal food.
- Grizzly Hill Raises the Bar for School Lunch Again with Grass-fed Beef
Grizzly Hill Elementary has a long history of serving fresh, high-quality food to its small population of students. The community in North San Juan, and especially the parents who have children at Grizzly Hill, have advocated strongly for excellent school meals – even holding a fundraiser to pay for organic food in the Grizzly Hill […] read more
- Featured Farm: Soil Sisters
Maisie Ganz and Willow Hein started Soil Sisters farm as part of the original Living Lands organization. You can’t miss their gorgeous flower display at the Nevada City Farmer’s Market… SH: What do you grow on your farm? SS: We grow a tremendous variety of flowers! As well as salad mix, garlic, and […] read more
- Sierra Harvest: Farm Potluck at Soil Sisters Farm
September, 3rd 5:30pm
Join Sierra Harvest for Potlucks throughout the growing season. Celebrate our local food community on a number of different farms! All potlucks take place on the first & third Thursdays of the month from 5:30-8pm. This potluck will be hosted by Maisie Ganz, Willow Hein and the Riley’s at Soil Sisters Farm What to bring:...
- Sierra Harvest: Food Love Project Volunteer Work Day
September, 8th 9:00am
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
September, 8th 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