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Upcoming Events

Kitchen Table Tour - Alameda County
Date: July 22, 2017

In an effort to connect with you, our donors, volunteers and champions, and give you an insider’s glimpse into what we do, Kitchen Table Advisors is hosting farm tours in different regions across the greater Bay Area throughout Summer 2017. Over light fare, connect with like-minded people to learn how you can grow our Kitchen Table Advisors community and support the long-term economic viability of sustainable small farms.

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Capay Tomato Festival - Yolo County
Date: July 22, 2017

Capay Tomato offers a full slate of activities for all ages, including heirloom and cherry tomato tastings, farm tours, live music throughout the afternoon and evening, and camping in the farm orchards.

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This poster played an important role in discouraging food waste and encouraging food conservation on the American home front during World War I. Noted artist Edward Penfield created the poster. It's held in the Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Food waste is an ethical and environmental issue
Posted 7/14/2017 - Summer brings an abundance of luscious and healthy fruits and vegetables. It's easy to buy more than we can eat, which sometimes results in #foodwaste. In a guest blog post for the UC Food Observer, UC researcher Wendi Gosliner (part of...

Volunteers gather in the garden before the first outdoor lesson. The course is taught by Lisa Paniaqua, standing on the left, school garden sustainability coordinator for UC CalFresh in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties. School gardens get new life from UC Cooperative Extension volunteers
Posted 7/13/2017 - When children grow their own fresh fruits and vegetables, they are much more likely to eat healthy food, so for decades California politicians, teachers and nutrition educators have advocated for a garden in every school. However, UC Cooperative...

A UC Cooperative Extension workshop series in Los Angeles will help city growers build their knowledge on legal, production, marketing and food safety issues. UC ANR hosts workshops for California's urban farmers
Posted 7/12/2017 - In communities around California, urban farms provide fresh produce, community green space, and even job training. However, a 2014 UC ANR needs assessment indicated that urban farmers face challenges, as well as opportunities. They are often beginning...

UC was well-represented at FOOD IT. FOOD IT: How will technology shape the future of food?
Posted 6/28/2017 - More than 300 people gathered in Mountain View for the fourth annual FOOD IT: Fork to Farm on June 27 to discuss the role of information technology in the food system – from managing crops in the field to dealing with consumer food waste. The...

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