Rob Hogencamp brings skill, heart and passion to the Three Leaves Heritage Foods kitchen. You may already know Rob as a cornerstone of the real food movement in Sonoma County. Rob is well-known for his work as Executive Mentor Chef of the Ceres Community Project, where for five years he helped transform and grow the capacity of the kitchen, mentoring hundreds of Sonoma County teens in the process. Carrying the vision of Food as Medicine, he moved from The Ceres Project to design a healthy foods program at Sonoma West Medical Center.
In years prior, Rob’s passion for service, food, nutrition, and instigating laughter brought him to professional kitchens from Atlanta to Yosemite to the hills of Mendocino County. His passion for learning and teaching about food have helped him earn a B.S. in Hospitality Management, an A.S. in Sustainable Agriculture, a teaching credential in Culinary Arts, and certification as a Certified Dietary Manager. His work and studies locally have helped him connect with many local farmers and given him a deep understanding of our food system. As of November 1, 2016, Rob Hogencamp is the proud owner of Three Leaves Heritage Foods.
Along Rob's side, Celosia Arcadia has been Rob’s extra set of hands in the kitchen for nearly as long as they’ve been a couple. A true healer, she brings a passion for personal and planetary health, and an orientation toward loving service. Her experience in the kitchen began as a teen, menu planning, shopping and cooking for her large family. Celosia received a B.A. in Liberal Arts from SSU; studied nutrition at the Institute for Nutritional Therapy, now known as Bauman College; and studied herbalism at the California School of Herbal Studies.
In 2011, Celosia completed a four-year course of studies in The Feldenkrais Method at the Feldenkrais Resources Training Institute in Berkeley. She now teaches stress reduction, tai chi, and yoga at Sonoma State University. Her life’s work is focused on practices of physical well being, including breathing, meditation, health education and if you see her in the garden with young people, you're sure to recognize "Miss Moon" in her hat, studying nature.
We are dedicated to creating, cooking and sharing the art and traditions of real foods.