“Can San Jose Revitalize Local Food and Farms in Silicon Valley?” by Tori Truscheit (Civil Eats, July 17, 2017)

SAGE’s latest report “San Jose Food Works: Food System Conditions and Strategies for a more Vibrant and Resilient City” featured in “SPUR SUSTAINABILITY + RESILIENCE NEWS : JANUARY 2017 by Laura Tam and Eli Zigas (SPUR, January 2017)

“A Slow Dance with Nature: Agriculture and Development in the Future of the Coyote Valley” by Cheryl Angelina Koehler (Edible Silicon Valley, Winter 2016)

“Community-Supported Agriculture” by Jillian Laurel Steinberger (Edible East Bay, February 12, 2016 in Spring 2016)

“Planting Vegetables in California, a Woman Finds Her Korean Roots” by Jeanne Modderman (National Geographic, January 21, 2016)

“Sibella Connected Innovative Farmers with Creative Urban Food Entrepreneurs to Spark a Revolutionary Bay Area Food Movement: Sibella Kraus” (November 6, 2015)

Host Tom Willey interviews Sibella Kraus, founder of the Sustainable Agriculture Education (SAGE) non-profit, which “cultivates urban-edge places where farming and local food culture can thrive and be celebrated”, to reminiscence on past accomplishments and vision the future trajectory for local and organic food movements.

“Small Sunol organic farm avoids being eaten” by Sam Richards (Contra Costa Times, October 10, 2015)

“The Sagacious Sibella Kraus” by Alex Chen (Greenbelt Alliance, October 15, 2015)

“Sunol AgPark: Farmer/Server/Cook” by Sarah Henry| Photography by Scott Peterson (Edible East Bay, August 16, 2015  in Fall Harvest 2015)

Sunol AgPark Growers Have Strong Kitchen Ties. Continuing our year-long series about relationships between local farms and restaurants.

“Pave Paradise? S.F. officials’ plan may uproot small farms” by Lizzie Johnson (San Francisco Chronicle, September 2, 2015) 

“Crop of Dreams” By Cynthia Salaysay (East Bay Express, April 15, 2015)

Sunol AgPark has become a thriving center for the East Bay’s sustainable farming community.

Sibella Kraus: 2014 Growing Green Award Regional Food Leader

Roberta Gonzales visits Happy Acre Farms (CBS Bay Area, July 7, 2014)

KPIX5 Reporter Roberta Gonzales visits an organic farm in Sunol and talks to organic farmers Matthew Sylvester and Helena Tuman about growing food in a sustainable manner and getting reconnected to their food.

“New Generation Of Farmers Finds Purpose, Satisfaction Going Back To The Land”  (CBS Bay Area, May 23, 2014)

“Investing in our ‘AgGems’ for Regional Vitality” by Sibella Kraus (Huffington Post, May 20, 2014)

“San Francisco: Namu Gaji Natural Farm” (Final Straw Documentary Short Takes, December 28, 2013)


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