Generations of a One Straw Revolution in Berkeley

Dinner after the screening at Mino and Fusako's home

Posted March 30, 2016

Sometimes things align just right, and it feels extraordinary…

An Ecology of One

Posted March 8, 2016

Beyond concepts or semantics “Nature” and “Ecology” are as inseparable from each other as we are from them…

Farming for the Future in California’s Sierra Foothills

North Yuba Olive Tree

Posted July 9, 2015

A recipe centered around local needs and international community dialogues…

Educating Youth About Soil and Food

Looking at soil samples in groups

Posted May 25, 2015

Today Final Straw piloted our first educational lesson about soil and food, in cooperation with two amazing educators.

Inspired and Hopeful: Feedback from California

Posted December 5, 2014

The feedback is in from our test audiences in California, and we’re happy to say…

Seeds and Diversity in Santa Clara, California

Posted November 15, 2014

Natural diversity is unimaginably important to our ability to continue living by way of agriculture…

On the Cusp of Fall

Namu Farm in the San Francisco Bay Area, California (photo: P.M. Lydon, Final Straw | cc by-sa)

Posted September 30, 2014

Fall is coming to the SF Bay Area, and we’re giving lectures, exploring redwoods, local farms, and planning for what’s next…

A Korean Harvest Festival in California

Posted September 21, 2014

Our visit to California starts, with celebratory drumming…

Namu Gaji: San Francisco’s Natural Farm Restaurant

A still image from Final Straw filming with head farmer Kristyn Leach of Namu Farm in San Francisco Bay Area

Posted November 13, 2013

Praised both locally and internationally, Namu is helping us re-define what ‘good food’ really means.