Berry Good Food supports a local and regenerative food system in San Diego and Baja California. We empower our community by building bridges between farmers, chefs, scientists, and citizens to challenge the industrial food system while advocating for access to healthy food for all. We want to tackle the barriers—educational, economic, systemic, infrastructural—standing between people in our region and local, sustainably produced food.
We run a variety of inspiring, rewarding, and thoughtful programs and events designed to entertain and enlighten.
Seeds for the Future School Garden Grant Program: To date, Berry Good Food has assisted 32 school gardens in our bio-region and is looking forward to adding to that number this Fall when the grant reopens. Our program offers financial resources. gardening supplies, as well as teaching assistance and garden curriculum for teachers to reference.
Future Thought Leaders: Free and open to the public, this award-winning and thought-provoking series of multidisciplinary panels presents varying viewpoints on sustainability-related topics, such as food waste, sustainable seafood, the ethics of meat production, and healthy soil. University of California Television (UCTV) videotapes the panel discussions, distributing the broadcast through its networks.