Adopt-a-Tree with Masumoto Family Farm

This is our third year organizing to adopt nectarines tree from the beloved Masumoto Family Farm! You adopt and follow the growth of our heirloom Le Grand nectarine trees through spring and summer; you visit the farm and harvest the trees on one of the Saturdays between last two in July and the first two in August depending on when the fruit ripens; you take home a share of the 300-400lbs of nectarines per tree to bake, can, sauté or simply share with friends. This is one of our favorite ways to get to connect with where our food comes from. And... 

We have TWO SPOTS left!!

More details here

Interested? Email peiru@realfoodrealstories.org 

Gypsy Fish Salmon

Following each Real Food Real Stories gathering, community members always ask us the same question, "How can we help?" 

Some want to know where to direct their spending dollars to support regenerative agriculture; some ask how they can volunteer to support the storyteller; others ask how to support RFRS' mission to humanize the food movement and inspire social change and action. This inspired the Real Food Real Stories' INSPIRED ACTION Program

We will share selected ACTIONS that support the works of our storytellers - fishermen, farmers, foodmakers, journalists, etc. - and their effort to create a healthy and just world through food. Enjoy the resource, share with others and get inspired to take some concrete actions to support your local food system!

You can now regularly order sustainably-caught, wild Alaskan salmon from our storyteller Christopher Wang of The Gypsy Fish Company!

By packing your freezer with nutritious sockeye salmon you will support a strong sustainability initiative to protect the riverways in Bristol Bay, Alaska.

March pick-up time:
Thursday, March 23rd
5-8pm
SOMA, SF
Please order through online order form by March 21st