Wild and Radish LLC is honored to be working with four amazing green architects: Cate Leger, Karl Wanaselja, Darrel DeBoer, and Bob Thyce. Throughout this year, Wild and Radish has been meeting regularly with our architects to collaboratively design buildings that will serve our eco-village for decades to come.
Leaders from the local food justice movement are initiating the development of the first sustainable, urban farm Eco Village in the East Bay.
This 10 acre community in El Sobrante, California will serve as a local foodshed by providing organic fruits and vegetables to the region, raise healthy families, and help others replicate this work through educational programs and strategic support. One acre will serve as the site for a rental-based EcoVillage communtiy.
Who is involved?
Leah Atwood, May Nguyen, Haleh Zandi, Ron Perrone, Gavin Raders and Andrew Chahrour all came together to purchase the 10 acres in 2012. We have deep ties in the food justice community in the San Francisco Bay Area.