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Envisioning California Conference, Food for Thought
Friday, October 11 2013, 8:30am - 5:30pm

The conference will explore California’s character by examining its food trends and policies through panel discussions; a celebration of the journalistic contributions on California’s food landscape; a buffet lunch catered by Amador County chef, Beth Sogaard; and keynote address by renowned author and organic farmer, Mas Masumoto. The day will wrap up with A Cornucopia of Food and Fun - A Taste of California Food Products and Ideas, which will include a cooking demonstration; a presentation by the host and producer of the TV show “California Bountiful”; a Master Gardeners demonstration; as well as several local food vendors.

Panel topics include:

  • Stewardship of the Land that Sustains Us: The Future of Farming in California;
  • California’s Farm Labor Shortages and the Impact of Immigration Reform;
  • Food Poverty in an Agriculturally Rich State: How to Address Food Access Inequities Across California; and
  • Farm to Fork: Future or Fad?

For additional information and a list of panelists see the Center’s webpage: http://www.csus.edu/calst/envisioning_california_conference.html

Please Register Online by October 1st at: http://envisioningcalifornia.eventbrite.com/

Questions: Contact the Center for California Studies at 916-278-6906 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Location : Sacramento Public Library, Tsakopoulos Galleria - 828 I Street


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Cancellation Policy: Please call if you are unable to attend. Fee is non-refundable and classes are nontransferable with less than a 48-hour cancellation notice. We reserve the right to cancel classes with enrollment of eight students or less.