Learn

About your local farms

 

Taste

The fruits of the land.

 

Enjoy

Agriculture in a whole new way!

Farm Events

Learn

Farm Classes

September

7

Saturday

Celebrate the Season: Plums!
10 a.m.– 2 p.m.
Cooking Class, Farm Tour and Lunch with Annie Main at Good Humus Produce

The stone fruit season is almost over, but Good Humus still has some plums on the trees. Join Annie Main at her farm and learn how to make the most of this last juicy taste of the season. We’ll make basil-cinnamon-plum jam; plum vinaigrette for savory salads, and easy-as-pie plum galettes with a fool-proof crust. After class, enjoy a tour of the gardens and a lovely farm fresh lunch with Annie under the trees.
$75, $65 Co-op owners, includes lunch

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Taste

Get a taste of our local farms at these special classes and events at the Co-op!

September

25

Wednesday

Say Hay Farms
with Chef Ame Harrington
6 p.m.– 8:30 p.m.

Chris Hay represents a bright future for the next generation of farmers. His holistic vision is informed partially by a background at Chez Panisse and a degree in philosophy. Today he grows a wide diversity of crops and pasture-raised chickens on his farm in Woodland.

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Enjoy!

Farm Events, Tours, and Bike Rides

September

7

Saturday

Edible Gardens Bike Tour
9:30 – 1 p.m.
Ride is 3-4 miles

Explore how several ingenious Sacramentans are using found spaces in Midtown to grow their own food. We'll visit an aquaponics operation, an informal community garden, and large garden on a vacant lot. We'll also stop in at the River City Food Bank and the Midtown Farmers' Market, where we'll learn about the Food Literacy Project.
$10 per person, Depart from River City Food Bank, 1800 28th Street at 9:30

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September

14

Saturday

Cycle the Food Shed
8:30 – 1:30 p.m.

Get to know the Sacramento Food Shed present and past, from Nisenan villages and John Sutter to the canneries and today's urban farms and foodies. Get a taste of today's local produce, at its source and where it is served.
Part 1 (22 miles) • 8:30 –11:30 am Depart from Chocolate Fish at 8:30 Visit: Soil Born Farms • Selland's Market
Part 2 (4 miles) • 11:30 am – 1:30 pm Depart from Selland's Market at 11:30 Visit: Gardens • Libby's Cannery Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op The Good Stuff • HOT ITALIAN
$10 per person

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October

20

Sunday

Pumpkin Picnic at Good Humus Produce
noon – 4 p.m.

Pick your perfect pumpkin

  • Make a pizza
  • Kid's activites
  • Tour the Farm
  • Organic Plant Sale

Good Humus Produce

 

www.sacfoodcoop.com