Photo gallery from the 2019 Raíces EcoCulture MicroFarm summer season.
Raíces Cultural Center gives our supporters a huge THANK YOU for making last week’s Giving Tuesday fundraiser drive a success. This thank you extends to all who have contributed to […]
by Francisco G.Gómez We affectionately call her Kirita Bug because she’s always moving from task to task in almost total silence and never quits! This young lady has proven herself […]
On April 23, Chef Enrique Pérez presented the first workshop in the Common Ground Workshop series. Check out the photos from this Raíces EcoCulture community collaboration.
Building a worm bin is simple, a great starter do it yourself project for a homestead, whether rural or urban. Vermicomposting requires very little work to produce rich, natural fertilizer for your gardens and process your food waste. Check out how on our D.I.Y. Friday column.
OPEN SESAME – THE STORY OF SEEDS by Nicole Wines “What makes a seed grow?……You need sunshine, you need water, you need love.”~Open Sesame – The Story of Seeds This […]
by Nicole Wines For the next ten days, leading up to Vandana Shiva’s Fortnight of Action for Seed Freedom, Raíces Eco-Culture will be posting articles, instructions, personal reflections, information and […]