FEED Cooperative is a food-hub community of 70+ local farms, supporting ecologically sustainable farming and ranching practices.
Author and Santa Rosa resident Shugri Said Salh fled her war-torn native Somalia. At Crane Creek Regional Park, she found spaces that stir memories of her childhood in the desert.
The farm practices and teaches African agricultural skills that have endured and evolved despite centuries of slavery and diaspora.
Jorge Martinez makes and sells one-of-a-kind tables, cabinets, light fixtures and more at his Santa Rosa store, Wine Country Decor.
The LGBTQ tour and events company has raised over $400,000 for local nonprofit Face to Face through popular events like Gay Wine Weekend and Twilight T-Dance.
A new wave of young chefs of color are at the forefront of a paradigm shift that aims to create a more enlightened and forward-thinking kitchen environment.
Radical Family Farms grows specialty Asian and German vegetables, many which would be unfamiliar on dinner tables in Sonoma County.
This Pride Month, we are highlighting a few food and wine businesses that bring people together to celebrate diversity.
During the pandemic, thousands of volunteers across the country have brought groceries and other essential items to community members in need. Here's one example from Sonoma County.
Would you like to shop secondhand like a pro? Follow prop stylist Alysia Andriola to her favorite local spots.
"George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, the countless others. That gave the energy for the series," said Orin Carpenter of his new collection of mixed-media artwork.