About Sac State Farm-to-Fork

The Sac State Farm-to-Fork Mission

Our mission is to develop the next generation of conscious food consumers.


Sacramento State Farm-to-Fork events address aspects of our food systems and focuses on students and student relationships, community partnerships and engagement, campus education, campus and food inclusivity, food access, local food, and resources for action on the annual theme.

"Bites on the Bridge" takes place in the Spring semester and is hosted by the Family and Consumer Sciences Department.  Guests enjoy seasonal small plates and desserts on the Guy West Bridge, prepared, planned and served by Sac State students in Dr. Kelly Thompson's Food Production & Sustainability course.  Proceeds for the event benefit a campus organization related to the year's theme. The ASI Food Pantry and College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) received proceeds in 2016 and 2017 respectively.  In 2019 Sac State Bioconversion and Agricultural Collaborative (BAC Yard) will receive event proceeds.

The Sac State Farm-to-Fork Festival takes place during the Fall semester at the Library Quad and is hosted by Student Health & Counseling Services.  The Festival brings campus and community partners together to increase awareness and resources on all aspects of our food system.

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