Who We Are

Who We Are

Yolo Farm to Fork is a nonprofit organization representing all of the communities in Yolo County and is dedicated to bringing locally grown farm-fresh food to school lunches, establishing recycling programs, supporting school and community gardens, and helping Yolo County residents get to know where their food comes from and the farmers who grow it.

Latest News

  • Winters Business Owner Joins YF2F’s Board of Directors

    Apr 16 2014

    Yolo Farm to Fork is pleased to announce that Robin Harlan, Winters resident and business owner, has joined its board of directors. The nonprofit is dedicated to bringing locally grown farm-fresh food to school lunches, reducing solid waste through recycling and composting programs, supporting school and community gardens, and helping Yolo County residents get to […]

  • The role of a community and its gardens

    Apr 15 2014

    By the Woodland Daily Democrat Earth Day, April 22, is a day when people around the world honor the earth and its environment. This year the theme of Earth Day is Green Cities and on the Earth Day Network website they state that “As the world’s population migrates to cities, and as the bleak reality […]

  • YF2F’s Dorothy Peterson named District’s Woman of the Year

    Mar 30 2014

    by Kimberly K. Fu, The Vacaville Reporter Three Solano sisters and a retired Yolo County educator were honored Friday in Vacaville as the State Third Senate District’s Women of the Year. With big smiles, Dixon sisters Courtney Williams Kett, Dana Williams Martin and Melissa Williams Taylor, and Dorothy Peterson of Davis, accepted framed commendations. “It […]

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