Welcome to Yolo Farm to Fork
Yolo Farm to Fork currently supports 30 edible school gardens, provides garden- and farm-based education to elementary students, and is dedicated to bringing locally grown farm-fresh food to school lunches and reducing waste through recycling and composting programs. Learn more.
October is Farm to School Month
October is National Farm to School Month, a time to recognize the importance of farm to school programs as a means to improve child nutrition, support local economies and educate children about the origins of food. Read more.
Back-to-school edible garden celebrations
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then visiting in person must equal about a million. That's why schools are hosting back-to-school nights in September. Parents can take advantage of back-to-school nights to see the world their children inhabit every day, including their school gardens. It's a great way to begin to build that all-important home-school connection. Read more.
You can help us with a scrip card
An easy way to support Yolo Farm to Fork's programs is to use a Nugget scrip card each time you make purchases at any Nugget Market and also at Cameron Park, Vallejo and Woodland Food 4 Less stores. The card is free - and up to 4% of your purchases will be donated to us. Read more.
Yolo Farm to Fork's video
See our Yolo Farm to Fork video about what we do - in only 2 minutes and 41 seconds! See the video.

Yolo Farm to Fork supports edible school gardens, provides garden- and farm-based education to elementary students, brings locally grown farm-fresh food to school lunches, and reduces waste through recycling and composting programs. Our passions are preserving our agricultural heritage, cultivating a taste for fresh, healthful foods, and sharing the value of eating food straight out of the garden. See our short YouTube video at http://bit.ly/XXGtDz

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October is National Farm to School month

October is National Farm to School Month, a time to recognize the importance of farm to school programs as a means to improve child nutrition, support local economies and educate children about the origins of food. National Farm to School Network (NFSN) advocated for...

Carrie Juchau honored for Harper Harvest Project

Harper Jr. High School’s Garden and Recycling Coordinator, Carrie Juchau, was recently honored at a Davis Garden Coordinator and DavisRISE meeting by Yolo Farm to Fork and Davis Farm to School for her persistence and hard work on the Harper Harvest Project. We are...

“Grain to Bread” family activity at Hoes Down

Please join us for the 2014 “Grain to Bread” family activity during the Hoes Down Harvest Fest! When: Saturday, October 4th, 11:00am-6:00pm Where: Full Belly Farm, 16090 County Road 43, Guinda, CA 95637 What: Davis Farm to School and Yolo Farm to Fork present a...

Common Vision plants 16 fruit trees at Zamora Elementary

A veggie-oil-powered bus, a refrigerated truck storing fruit trees and for hauling soil, and a runner vehicle pulled into Zamora Elementary in Woodland on Monday. Common Vision’s “fruit tree tour” of 18 farmers and educators came to assist with the planting of...

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Salsa Day at Zamora Elementary in Woodland! Below are some photos of their first grade version of a "farm to table" meal. The tomatoes and peppers were picked from the school garden and were generously supplemented by those from JH Meek Farms. Kids love to eat what they grow - yum! (5 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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