Oak Park Community Garden, located at 3733 Broadway brought locals out for an evening of fun to plant fall veggie seeds, share some food, and enjoy each others company.
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When people are sick, they are supposed to go to the doctor and get treated. Whether it’s a cold or a broken arm, a doctor can prescribe medicine or put a cast on you. But what do you do if the sickness is your feeling? Many people consider themselves weak when they think they have depression or a mental illness. Let the doctors tell you otherwise.
Chanowk Yisrael is an urban family gardener on a mission to teach local community members in Sacramento the importance of growing your own food and how to do it.
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A recent survey says that many of the brightest, young minds at University of California campuses do not have access to high quality, nutritious food.
Block By Block is an initiative hosted by Crocker Art Museum in order to bring together communities through artwork, music, dancing, performances, and self-expression.
To many people, summer is the time for relax and vacation around the world. However to many educators and students, that will not be the case for them. This video showcases and looks at what summer programs are doing to keep local kids out of trouble.