Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Join us at McEvoy Ranch for a thought-provoking, and delicious, afternoon for "What It Means To Be Green In 2018: A Social Club Chat" where we will meet with innovators in the field of upcycled foods. There are brilliant innovators hard at work finding solutions to this problem, however, and we’ll meet some of them during our Chat.
- You’ll join us for a panel discussion with thought leaders from both nonprofit and for-profit organizations who are upcycling foods in remarkable ways; creating new products out of raw materials that in the past would have been discarded, or finding new means of food distribution to underserved communities.
- You’ll then enjoy a “Sustainability Information Fair”, a walk around showcase where you’ll be able to speak with and learn from the innovators on the front lines of food waste innovation.
- Finally, you’ll sit down to “A Perfectly Imperfect Meal”; a lunch created entirely from upcycled and sustainably raised foods, prepared by our Culinary Director Jacquelyn Buchanan.
- $135 General
- $85 Socail Club Members
Register and reserve your space online.
Additional Location or Other Information
McEvoy Ranch is located at 5935 Red Hill Rd., Petaluma, CA 94952.