Bulverde Oaks Nature Preserve, a “little island” amid a sea of concrete, is a special ecosystem that merits protection for all its natural inhabitants.
Food producers and food lovers will gather to eat, drink and celebrate all things local during a special seven-course dinner from the Chef Cooperative on Friday, May 27, 4-7 p.m.
The Chef Cooperative, a nonprofit formed by local chefs that hosts quarterly dinner series to celebrate local food and its producers while giving back to the community, will prepare a family-style dinner at My Father’s Farm, an organic produce farm located in Seguin, Texas.
Linda Hardberger is a founding member of the community gardens movement in San Antonio.
I grew up off Nogalitos Street in a modest three-bedroom home that was nestled between taquerias and automotive repair shops.
At 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, volunteers hastily munched on breakfast tacos and gulped down some cold water before breaking into teams, grabbing shovels, and getting to work.
The map below, assembled by the Food Policy Council of San Antonio’s Urban Agriculture workgroup, is the first comprehensive map of urban agriculture in the city.
In 2010, a group of citizens began talking with the Alamo Heights City Council about creating an urban garden for the community to enjoy.
Grant Ellis has worked for the City of San Antonio since 2011.
Possums, lizards, flowers, insects, landscapes – any and all natural subjects are fair game for the annual Picture your World Youth Photography Project, a weekend workshop for children and teenagers aged 8 to 18.
I’ve seen the future, and I like it.