2024 Summer Youth Apprenticeship Program Open!

“Our youth are the leaders of tomorrow, and it’s crucial that we empower them to connect with nature, understand its importance, and become stewards of the environment.”  – Winona LaDuke, […]

Rudy Lozito Fellowship Program Application Are Now Open!

Urban Tilth is thrilled to announce that applications are now open for the highly anticipated 2024 Rudy Lozito Fellowship. This six-month program offers an immersive experience in sustainable farming and […]

Greywater Design Certification Course Recap

Our Watershed Restoration team would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to the folks at Greywater Action and the Ecology Center for leading an amazing 5-day Greywater Design certification […]

Plant Transplanting and Greywater Education

Watershed crew was busy last week at Albany Hill transplanting about 100 native plants including Ca Sun Cups , Foot Hill needle grass and purple needle grass! This week the […]

Cooking Adventures in Urban Ag Class

POV: It’s cooking day in the Urban Ag class!!! Last week students cooked up a new recipe, Split Pea Rainbow Soup!! Veggies are always fresh from the garden, duh! This […]

Frogs, Fallen Trees, and Native Grasses

WTS Update Rainy season means run-ins with cute little frogs( northern pacific tree frog), fallen trees that need chipping at Pinole Regional Park, and planting native grasses at Albany Hill. […]

Growing Green Leaders

Today we’re celebrating the graduation of 8 young West County residents from our ‘Basins of Relations’ Watershed Restoration Training Program! Over the past 15 weeks, these young adults have cared […]

Basins of Relations at Work

The work does not stop for our apprentices in the Basins of Relations program and Field Crew. The Richmond Greenway drainage area needs regular maintenance, as do the trails in […]