March 9, 2015
Agriculture, Natural Resources and Food Industry Roundtable Meeting
8 a.m.- 10 a.m.
Sacramento County Office of Education
10474 Mather Boulevard
Mather, CA 95655
The California Department of Education awarded $21 million to improve educational outcomes throughout the Capital Region. CRANE – Capital Region Academies for the Next Economy, awarded $15 million and CAP – Capital Academies and Pathways, awarded $6 million, will serve a combined 114,000 students at over 70 schools through the partnered initiatives. The Center for Land-Based Learning has partnered with Next-Ed to bring together leaders in the Agriculture, Natural Resources and Food industries to work together to develop work-based opportunities for high school youth in our region. Your input and participation in the education of our youth is essential for success. Please join us!
April 12, 2015
Spring Dinner on the Farm
Featuring Chef Michael Thiemann from Mother
Chef Thiemann from Mother joins us for our Spring Dinner on the Farm. Mother is a vegetarian restaurant offering great food that just so happens to be meatless. Although the spring dinner will include meat, expect fantastic vegetarian dishes made with the freshest produce the season has to offer. Chef Thiemann's executes Mother's southern American cooking with a style that is rustic, dynamic, and unfussy.
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