Eat Farm to Fork Partnership

Radio Spots

Without the farmer we wouldn’t have Farm-to-Fork. That’s why the Center for Land-Based Learning has partnered with Entercom Radio and Eat Farm-to-Fork. We want to spread the word about the issues facing agriculture and the next generation of agriculture leaders and natural resource stewards in our state and region. Through a series of monthly radio spots, blog stories and photos, we will share our love of the land with you. The spots are on 102.5 KSFM, 106.5 THE END, 96.9 THE EAGLE, 98 ROCK, ESPN 1320 and RADIO 94.7.

This project is made possible through a partnership with Wells Fargo and funding from the Wells Fargo Foundation.

Did you know there’s severe shortage of farming professionals to fill management positions and replace retiring farmers? Careers that not only help to feed the nation but also support our local agriculture economy. More Information »

On August 4, 2018, chefs from across the region will gather to celebrate and create a Dinner on the Farm like no other. After eight years of amazing dinners, this will be the FINAL Dinner on the Farm. More Information »

The 2018 20-week CSA season starts June 19th and ends October 30th. Support your local urban farms! Subscribe today to receive your weekly veggie box CSA. Fresh cut flowers, delicious ripe fruit and flavor-packed veggies, all grown in West Sacramento. More Information »

Entercom radio spot for Center for Land-Based Learning: Student and Landowner Education and Watershed Stewardship (SLEWS) Program alumna and Center for Land-Based Learning Board Member Mai Vang talks about how CLBL impacted her life and career. More Information »

Farms and ranches produce more than food and fiber. Farmers are stewards of the land, which provides food and cover for wildlife, controls flooding plus filters and absorbs stormwater. More Information »

Many of the jobs in agriculture are Science, Technology, Engineering and Math related. Find out how youth are learning about STEM in agriculture. More Information »

For every farmer under the age of twenty-five there are FIVE farmers over the age of seventy–five. Learn more about the California Farm Academy beginning farmer training program. More Information »

California grows over 400 agricultural commodities. Learn how you can invest in the future of agriculture. More Information »