The restaurant on Nevin Street continues to serve tacos and enchiladas, but will soon re-open with a new name: the ‘Vege & Soul International Cuisine’.
Several churches, shelters, and a restaurant on the waterfront are planning to hand out free Thanksgiving dinners to those who need them the most this week.
Saturday was the ninth annual free dinner hosted at Hilltop Church of Christ. The event, which also includes a turkey and ham giveaway, attracted a huge turnout — organizers estimated that it was the biggest one to date.
Richmond Food Policy Council’s film series aims to educate and encourage community participation on the growing issue of hunger and food security in America.
At Making Waves Academy, a middle school in Richmond, students can take long-time educator Aaron Reaven’s popular class, “Healthy person, healthy planet.” The class focuses on nutrition, cooking, and environmental issues that relate to the food supply.
A new project aims to usher in a waste management transformation. This month, the Environmental Protection Agency awarded the Watershed Project, a nonprofit dedicated to protecting East Bay watersheds and ecosystems, a $30,000 grant to educate children and their community about recycling, reusing and composting.