Engineers Liza and Matt bought their West Berkeley home two years ago and created a sustainable garden complete with honey bees. The other day I stopped by their Berkeley bungalow, and Liza showed off their glorious garden. Shortly after I arrived Matt appeared home on his bike. (Matt and Liza bike to BART daily to get to work.) In the back corner behind a trellis are honey bees, as Liza and Matt make their own delicious honey. (There is a shortage of bees, so I am sure that their bees help pollinate the neighborhood gardens.) In raised beds are onions, cabbage, beans, strawberries and more. Along the fence are espalier apple trees with each tree bearing 6 varieties of fruit. Grass grown from seed and bark from local trees cover the ground. (Liza and Matt called a local tree company and received a truck load of free mulch. It took them over a month to haul the huge pile of bark to the backyard.) Often Liza and Matt can conduct their daily lives without a car as they walk to Cafe Treiste, Sea Salt Restaurant and soon Berkeley Bowl West!