We Need a New Tractor!

A Vehicle to Supply Healthy Food to Our Community

We need YOUR HELP to raise $23,000 to replace our old, unreliable tractor. Help us provide more healthy food to more hungry people making a donation today to the New Tractor Fund.

A tractor is much more than just a piece of farm equipment, it is a “vehicle” that can positively impact lives. Your generous support will allow us to supply healthy food to those who need it most and allow us to restore our historic property. Help us raise $23,000 for a new tractor by October 31! (photo by Joan Cusick)

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14th Annual Fundraiser
Autumn Equinox Celebration

Thanks for a Successful 14th Annual Fundraiser!

Thanks to all of our community partners and supporters for helping make the 14th Annual Autumn Equinox Celebration a success!

Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op
Pushkin’s Bakery
Soil Born Farms
HOT ITALIAN
Equal Exchange
Karen’s Bakery Cafe
Kale Power
WholeHearted Juice Co.
Sierra Nevada Cheese Co.
Pedrozo Dairy and Cheese Co.
Fiscalini Cheese Co.
Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co.
Bella Bru Baking Company
Classy Hippie Tea Co.
Passmore Ranch
Potter's Crackers
Tony's Fine Foods
La Saison Napa Valley

Via Romano Vineyards
Hoppy Brewing Co.
Two Rivers Cider
Zeal Kombucha
Berryessa Gap
Ninkasi Brewing Co.
Sean Minor Wines
Pedroncelli Winery
Capay Valley Vineyards
Clarksburg Wine Company
Long Meadow Ranch Winery
WineTalent
Ledbetter Family Vineyards

Ticket sales benefit our
education program.

Mind X Quartet
Jimbo, Johnnie & Junior
Millington Strings

SPONSOR

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UNDERWRITERS

Wells Fargo
Western Health Advantage
Vaneli's Hanson McLean Genovese Burford & Brothers
Raney Planning Murphy Austin Attorneys
DesCorpHeise-AlphaNielloRiver city Bank
Sac co Regional ParksHealthy KtichenInside Sacto PublicationsRancho Cordova
 

Farm Stand: Saturdays 8am to 12:30pm

Fresh, Seasonal, Local and Organic Vegetables and Fruit

October 1: Saturday at the Farm Activities:

Yoga: 9 to 10am in the Outdoor Classroom led by Summer Ward.
Music on Oct. 8 : 9am to 12pm in the Barn featuring Jon Merriman.

Kurt Spataro at Farm StandFun activities, tours and classes every Saturday through November 19, 8am to 12:30pm at the American River Ranch. Taste and purchase fresh-from-the-field produce and enjoy organic coffee and delicious Magpie Café baked goods. Stock up on beets, braise mix, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, chard, collards, fennel, green sage, lemon verbena, mixed herbs, oregano, purple sage, rosemary, winter savory, thyme, Dino kale, red Russian kale, lavender, lettuce, nettles, scallions, spinach, summer squash, turnips, bok choi, radishes, mulberries, arugula, salad mix, apricots, strawberries, pluots, arugula, salad mix and flowers.

We encourage you to bike or walk to the ranch, bring your shopping bag, and take a self-guided tour around the farm. Cash and EBT accepted. (Photo by Joan Cusick)

Yoga instructors include Summer Ward, Michelle Sweezy, Ellie Holloway, Jim Meek and Christine Latino. The suggested $10 donation helps support our educational programs and projects including construction of a shade structure over the outdoor classroom.

Soil Born Farms is proud to offer bread from Grindstone Bakery. The breads are certified organic made from freshley ground grains and seeds. Authentic sourdough, vegan, GMO-free, sugar-free. Stop by and sample some of the bread we are selling!

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