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Owner Ron Silberstein at Admiral Maltings in Alameda.
Curtis Davenport rakes the malt onto the floor to dry at Admiral Maltings in Alameda
Malt is made according to each breweries recipes at Admiral Maltings.
“Malt is the heart and soul of beer” says Ron Silberstein.

Earlier this year I photographed Admiral Maltings in Alameda where the company practices the ancient, revered practice of floor malting. The story and a short video came out California Bountiful Magazine

Here are a few favorites.

SPAWN’s project to help bring Coho salmon back to Laguitas Creek is the subject of my latest video. This is the group’s latest and biggest project and I’m hoping it will help get them more attention. It’s the kind of video work I love to do and hope to do more. SPAWN is a project of Turtle Island Restoration Network. www.seaturtles.org

I’m excited to have my short video Alemany Farm selected for the eighth annual Festival of the Moving Image. The November 28th show highlights emerging talent from CCSF cinema, broadcast and visual media departments. Festival of the Moving Image 11/28/2018 6:30 pm at the Roxie Theatre 3117 16th Street, San Francisco.

Alemany Farm ©2018 by Lori Eanes

Here’s a few favorites from the upcoming Be Home catalog that I just finished working on…162 pages. Lots of work and lots of cool products..

Here is a recent video I made about Alemany Farm, San Francisco’ s largest urban farm, a hidden gem tucked into the east side of Bernal Heights just west of Interstate 280. You might drive by it every day and never know that it’s there. It’s a 3.5 acre farm run almost entirely by volunteers and they give away all the food they grow.

It’s a great place to come learn how to grow food; you get to work with the nicest people who send you home with a bag of delicious, organic vegetables. Check out the video I made and then go get your hands dirty!