These Sonoma County residents are facing the challenges of long-term changes to our climate — and are finding reasons to hope.
From a few hundred feet in the air, photographer and essayist John Beck brings to light the beauty of our delicately patterned landscapes.
Peek inside an eight-bedroom, 3,800-square-foot Queen Anne in Petaluma’s historic Brewster-Oak Hill neighborhood.
The 840-square-foot home near Chalk Hill is nestled tightly in a stand of valley oaks and consists of two separate rectangular pavilions that are connected by an open-air walkway.
Reveling in the season’s most beautiful vegetables with farmer Stephen Carter of Sonoma’s Scribe Winery.
Regenerative agriculture takes a more holistic approach to farming that takes into account the welfare of the soil, workers and animals.
Itching to get your hands in the dirt? These plant experts have your back.
Tiffany Holbrook and her husband, Jason, run Wise Acre Farm in Windsor and sell eggs via a vending machine.
Goat, sheep, cow, and even buffalo milk are blended to make some of the best artisan cheeses on the West Coast.
Big-wall climber Kevin Jorgeson's new Santa Rosa gym has 50-foot walls and a soaring mezzanine space for yoga and fitness classes.