"Personally, I like this place the most. I enjoy specific kind of hard work and labor, and this fits what I like doing." - W. Ingle
Seed to Stomach (c) Program Phase I: Current 21 Raised Beds built and 21 in operation Phase II: Design & Engineering of retaining wall, Solar, Culinary Arts Education Building Phase III: Build Wall Phase IV: Build Infrastructure & Building $1,000,000
Program Description In Berkeley, Alice Waters started runs a 1 Acre Edible School Yard for middle school kids. She has also been instrumental in helping Sacramento with its Farm to Fork program.
On 3.5 Acres, walking distance from 6 schools, serving the greater Placer and Sacramento Areas Vision includes an Education & Cooking Building with an outdoor kitchen and a large indoor commercial kitchen raw material to finished produce to cooking, canning and preserving Program Successes
6,240 Eggs donated We have 8 raised planter beds that have been in operation since 2014. 12 More raised beds of the 51 on our General Plan have been built and are in use
12 Eagle Scout Awards have been completed at Hearts Landing Ranch 1 Girl Scout Silver Award
Worked with and Trained 12 AmeriCorps Volunteers over a 5 week period. Grading, Bare root Tree planting decisions and care, drip lines and pvc installation
We have been meeting with students on service learning days, teaching how to make soil out of raw material, Starting plants from seed, transplanting, cultivating and care of plants and food preparation.
See also: Attached documents on benefits of gardening Farm to Fork, Sacramento Alice Waters' Edible school yard, Berkeley California Sierra Harvest, Grass Valley Demographics served Adults Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens Children ages 5 to 21 Military/Veterans Young Adults (20-25 years)
Harvest Pour - 10/14/22
Men’s Second Saturday Work Days:check back for updates
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