Meet Our Carbon Stewards!
UC Gill Tract Community Farm
The UC Gill Tract Community Farm is a collaborative community project between the University of California Berkeley and the local community, focused on issues of food justice and urban farming. It is located in Albany, CA, at the corner of San Pablo Ave and Marin Ave. As an urban farm where you can come and harvest food for yourself and your family in exchange for help with weeding, planting, and watering, it aims to supply fresh organic food to anyone who lacks access to it in our East Bay communities.
Spiral Gardens Food Security Project
Spiral Gardens’ mission is to improve community health and sustainability by providing access to nutritious and affordable produce, promoting a strong local food system, and encouraging productive use of urban soil.
Ashby Community Gardens
Ashby Community Garden, is a collectively run local community-supported garden located on the 1300 block of Ashby Ave, in South Berkeley. It provides a center where members can raise food and share their knowledge with each other and the community at large.
Berkeley Biochar Production Site
ALL Power Labs
ALL Power Labs is the global leader in small-scale gasification. We make biomass gasifier generators that are ready for everyday work, to serve real world distributed energy needs.