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Archive »Good Food

You Can Take It With You

Preserving the bounty of the season

Webb Ranch

Five generations of family farming

Natural Sugars

Sweet alternatives to white sugar

Bottled Refreshment

Cool summer tonics

From Yuck to Yum!

Making school lunches better

Green Tips / Summer Grilling

Metro Mulberries

A micro-farm in Palo Alto

Raw Rights

Local goat farm takes a stand

Making Cheese & Caretaking the Land

Sustainable cheesemaking in the Bay Area

Fast Food for the Healthy Set

Local restaurants offer fast meals that are also good for you

Juice Boost

A wheatgrass grower’s journey to health


Eating for balance and vitality

Organic In Home Cooking

Professional chef services and back-to-basics cuisine


Growing Room

Community gardens provide affordable access to organic produce

Salmon Creek Ranch

Goats and ducks on the range

Life After Bread

Gluten-free eating

Summer Seduction

Artisan, organic ice cream

Dirty Girl Produce

Juicy strawberries and dry-farmed tomatoes

Eating In the Raw

Raw food diets gain popularity

Surfside Chickens

Fowl on the range in Watsonville

From our Blogs

Earth Talk Blog

The Endangered Species Act—success or failure?

Dear EarthTalk: Do environmentalists think the Endangered Species Act has been a success or failure with regard to protecting biodiversity in the U.S.? —Ron McKnight, Trenton, NJ While that very question has been a subject of debate already for decades, most environmental advocates...


Will Mt. St. Helens become a national park?

Dear EarthTalk: What ever happened to the idea of turning Mt. St. Helens into a national park? —Esther Monaghan, Boston, MA Mt. St. Helens, one of the less prominent yet massive peaks of Washington State’s Cascade Range, made history on May 18, 1980 by erupting with the force...


Genetically engineered…mosquitoes?

Dear EarthTalk: I couldn’t believe my ears: “genetically engineered mosquitoes?” Why on Earth would they be created? And I understand there are plans to release them into the wild? —Marissa Abingdon, Sumter, SC Yes it’s true, genetically engineered mosquitoes,...


Video Blog

Eucalyptus Dinner with Dr. Ed Bauman

Our first Eucalyptus Dinner Series was very informative and fun. Check out the video and I hope to see you on August 2nd for It's all about raw with Kevin Gianni and Joni Sare. More information here.  


Green Careers Event Recap

Green Careers Expo 2011 was a huge success with nearly 300 people attending and participating in sessions. Enjoy this video!  

Invitation to Green Careers Expo

Please join us for Eucalyptus Magazine's Green Careers Expo 2011! Friday, April 15th, 2011 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Cypress Hotel, 10050 South De Anza Boulevard, Cupertino, CA 95014 Green Careers Expo is a great place to learn about career options in sustainable management, renewable energy, natural...


Eucalyptus Blog

From Pink Slip to Green Career

Eucalyptus hosted a presentation for all of our readers who want their greenbacks to come from a green job at Eulipia restaurant in downtown San Jose last week. In addition to promising a personally rewarding career path, the green sector is one of the few job markets that is actually expanding,...

Eating Your Way Around the Garden

I don’t think any of us can miss the latest headlines about growing our own food. Growing our food is good for the planet; it’s good for a lot of reasons. But you may already have a landscaped yard, and little room to create traditional raised beds. Fortunately, many edible plants...

The New Water-Efficient Landscape Ordinance & Your Garden

Eucalyptus Magazine welcomes guest blogger Astrid Gaiser