Join Mulvaney’s B&L, Greenwise Joint Venture, and special guests for the First Harvest Dinner, a beautiful family-style meal served in the garden with fresh ingredients grown in America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital. ~ SPECIAL GUESTS ~ Assemblymember Roger Dickinson Mayor Kevin
Volunteer every Wednesday in JulyJoin us every Wednesday throughout the month of July for an open garden session between 9 and 11 a.m.
VIDEO: One day in the gardenStudents at Sacramento Charter High School talk about how a student-led garden and food movement will change education and their health.
Looking for a few good... wheelbarrowsDo you have extra gardening supplies going unused in your shed? We will take them! View the complete Edible Sac High garden wish list.
Save the date for a beautiful dinner benefitting Edible Sac High during Farm-to-Fork Week… “First Harvest Dinner” Friday, September 27, 2013 Sacramento Charter High School garden 2315 34th Street, Sacramento Hangout with special guests: Mayor Kevin Johnson California Secretary of
This summer we need extra help in the garden while the students from Sacramento Charter High School are on break Join us every Wednesday throughout the month of July for an open garden session between 9 and 11 a.m. We
This week students from Sacramento Charter High School witnessed a cooking demo at our local Chipotle restaurant in Land Park. We know what you are thinking: A cooking demo? At Chipotle? That’s right. All Chipotle’s have full industrial kitchens in
By Mylene Johnson Sac High is more than just the black,white, and purple shirts. Sac High is more than just the black, gray, and khaki shorts. Sac High is more than just “that school for those kids whose skin color
Cause an effect, one responsibly raised burrito at a time Make lunch or dinner a selfless act by joining any Sacramento-area Chipotle Mexican Grill for a fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1, 2013. Bring in
Strawberry thefts at Sac High were on the rise until garden staff increased security patrols over spring break. Officials report the heists were organized by a cunning–and fluffy–band of squirrels known to inhabit campus trees and surrounding areas of Oak
by Erika Dimmler Erika Dimmler is the project manager for Edible Sac High. She is also a FUSE Corps fellow working with the Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson and Greenwise Joint Venture. Watermelons. Broccoli. Beans. Squash. If the students of