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IRC Introduces Project CHOP for Refugee Training

IRC Introduces Project CHOP for Refugee Training

Next time you need a tray of veggies and dip for a meeting or party, you might want to consider a party platter from the International Rescue Committee's new Project CHOP. Project CHOP is a six-month Read more
Local Resources for Your Glamping Getaway

Local Resources for Your Glamping Getaway

Glamping: Glamorous camping. Satisfying your craving for the outdoors and your penchant for a good meal, nice glass of wine, and a comfortable bed. –Urban Dictionary Read more
Transforming Food Waste into Edible Food

Transforming Food Waste into Edible Food

Feeding San Diego Volunteers Glean Good Food Read more
Nomad Donuts in North Park

Nomad Donuts in North Park

A boutique neighborhood donut shop that's on the rise. Donuts and other "fried dough" incarnations—such as French beignets and crullers, Spanish/Mexican churros, and American fritters—have had a l Read more
Day Tripper: A Day in Escondido

Day Tripper: A Day in Escondido

For too many denizens of San Diego, it seems easy to dismiss our county's towns and smaller cities as mere satellites of America's Finest City. However, I've learned in just a few short years here tha Read more
Learning from the Masters

Learning from the Masters

Sommer Cartier has a passion for urban agriculture and community development. She has worked with Good Neighbor Gardens, an urban share-cropping garden program, creating school curricula for their gar Read more
A Permaculturalist’s Garden

A Permaculturalist’s Garden

Cadence Baron apologizes for the current state of her garden, explaining that she has recently returned from a three week trip to Cuba. The garden didn't seem to mind her absence, since gardens don't Read more

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  • Cooking for Healthy Living at Bastyr University
    Cooking for Healthy Living at Bastyr University

    Bastyr University, one of the most respected schools of natural health arts and sciences, offers degrees in nutrition and naturopathic medicine at its San Diego Campus, along with a natural health clinic.

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    Liberty Public Market-Shop your perfect holiday meal, under one roof

    Set in a 1920s-era naval base commissary in San Diego's Liberty Station neighborhood—currently one of the most dynamic and quickly growing culinary neighborhoods in the city.

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    Pets Wag More with Raw, Natural Food

    Tori Rosay, owner of Dexter's Deli, may be the biggest proponent—and probably one of the most knowledgeable experts—of healthier diets for pets that you are likely to find in San Diego.

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