Taste Our Garden Wrap-up

Yolo Farm to Fork awarded Taste Our Garden grants to schools in Woodland, Davis, Winters, and West Sacramento to help them build and sustain edible school gardens. Find out about the schools that participated and how grant funds helped them. Read more.

Happy Summer!

Enjoy outdoor activities and those summer and garden veggies and fruits!

Farm visits for 2nd graders

4th grade teacher Eva Dopico with Cesar Chavez Elementary took her class to The Farm on Putah Creek (on 40 acres of farm land in the Putah Creek watershed between Davis and Winters) – and everyone had a great time! Read more.

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What we do and how we help kids in Yolo County - in only 2 minutes and 41 seconds! See the video.

Welcome to Yolo Farm to Fork

We support edible school gardens, provide garden- and farm-based education to elementary students, and are dedicated to bringing locally grown farm-fresh food to school lunches and reducing waste through recycling programs. Learn more.

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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Taste Our Garden: Riverbank Elementary (W Sac)

K-8th grade 1100 Carrie St, West Sacramento, CA 95605 Tiffany Keller, teacher Riverbank Elementary has never had a school garden, and they have been very excited at the prospect of delivering a “hands-on learning laboratory” in the form of a school garden to all grade...

Taste Our Garden: Whitehead Elementary (Woodland)

K-6th grade 624 W Southwood Dr, Woodland, CA 95695 DeAnn Tenhunfeld (ASES after school/garden coordinator) DeAnn Tenhunfeld is a committed garden coordinator who knows the value of gardens and decided to restore Whitehead’s garden program. She communicated with...

Taste Our Garden: Waggoner Elementary (Winters)

K-3rd grade 500 Edwards Street, Winters, CA 95694 Nan Williams, science teacher and Arn Williams, volunteer Waggoner Elementary has been working hard to revive the garden this year at Waggoner. They moved soil, weeded, planted, learned about composting and had fun...

Taste Our Garden: Davis Waldorf School (Davis)

K-8th grade 3100 Sycamore Ln, Davis, CA 95616 Gail Doesken, teacher, garden coordinator Davis Waldorf has school garden, which included weekly gardening classes for grades 1-5. With the help of Taste Our Garden grant funds, this year they were able to include...

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Many people have asked about our Village Feast event that has taken place in August for the past 10 years and we appreciate the interest. However, with so many “farm-to-table” fundraising events that organizations have been doing for the past few years, we decided to discontinue our Village Feast.

In October, we plan to have our 1st annual Dig In Yolo restaurant fundraising campaign. Stay tuned for more information about it (we will announce details about it on our website, social media, and we're creating a dedicated Dig In Yolo website and Facebook page). We are also planning an exciting NEW event to take place in March 2016.

We appreciate all of our loyal supporters, participants, and donors during our 10 years with the Village Feast - and look forward to sharing information about our NEW events soon!
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