Going Deep with Dig Deep Farms [In-Person Tour]



Fresh produce in boxes

Imagine a project that seeks to combine regenerative farming with a conservation and rehabilitation approach to food and farming systems, climate action, food as medicine to address diet-related health disparities, job training, and employment opportunities. Dig Deep Farms, a project of the Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs Activities League, aims to do all of that and more across multiple sites in Alameda County. Founded in 2010, this social-enterprise project is growing food on public land and distributing it to the people who need it most through innovative programs and partnerships. Join us for a tour of one of the Dig Deep facilities as we explore their model of regenerative agriculture in the service of daily relief for those experiencing food insecurity.


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