The Yisrael Family Urban Farm | News
Programs & Advocacy. We Diggit Urban Gardens. Harvest South Oak Park. Sacramento Urban Agriculture Coalition. Food Safety Training Classes. Archive for category: News. You Know You’re an Urban Homesteader When…. What exactly is urban homesteading? You live, but. You live. Don’t let limited access to land limit the urban homesteader inside of you. Here are five simple ways to know whether are not you are an urban homesteader. You Don't Refrigerate Your Eggs. Mason Jars Are Part of The Good Dishes. I also ...
The Yisrael Family Urban Farm | Volunteer Opportunities
Programs & Advocacy. We Diggit Urban Gardens. Harvest South Oak Park. Sacramento Urban Agriculture Coalition. Food Safety Training Classes. Connect with others who are passionate about healthy food. Our volunteer program is one of our best ways of bringing people together from diverse backgrounds to demonstrate that when we work together and transform the hood for GOOD! System to support urban farms. Throughout Sacramento. Check this page often for updates or sign up for our newsletter! Wednesday, June 1...
Nonprofit | The Sacramento Region Community Foundation Blog
The Sacramento Region Community Foundation Blog. Connecting people who care with causes that matter. Archive for the ‘Nonprofit’ Category. Lessons Learned at Nonprofit Bootcamp. Posted in Guest Blog. On March 17, 2016 Leave a Comment. A Guest Post by Kate Towson, Director of Development at Women’s Empowerment. Recently, Social Venture Partners Sacramento hosted its second annual SVP Fast Pitch competition. One of the big winners at Fast Pitch was Women’s Empowerment. Read Full Post ». BIG Day of Giving.
community | The Sacramento Region Community Foundation Blog
The Sacramento Region Community Foundation Blog. Connecting people who care with causes that matter. Posts Tagged ‘community’. Reporting to the Community: A Celebration of Collaboration. BIG Day of Giving. On August 6, 2015 1 Comment. By Vasey Coman, Marketing Associate. Last Friday marked my tenth day as the Foundation’s new Marketing Associate. It also marked the release of the Foundation’s BIG Day of Giving Report to the Community. Before I joined the Foundation, I worked at Women’s Empowerment. And c...
YoloArts - Art Education
Art Theater of Davis. Art and Ag Project. Juried Silent Auction 2016. Is an artist - in residency program that brings quality, standards-based arts education into public school classrooms taught by local professional artists. (click. Seeding Art for Change. Is a thematic approach to the ArtMix program, which connects students to their agricultural community. Students visit a local working farm and draw inspiration from their visit to create individual art works in the schools chosen discipline focus.
Jon Espegren - Virtual Feast Artist
Skip to primary content. Skip to secondary content. Jon Espegren (b 1961) has attended Short Center North since 1986. For years Jon was not interested in painting and preferred to do anything but participate in art classes. His metamorphosis into an exceptional artist seemed instant, almost as if he had been switched on overnight. He has painted under the mentorship of Steve Vanoni, John Berger, and Stephanie Skalisky. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window). Leave a Reply Cancel reply.
Geoffrey Lum-Perez - Virtual Feast Artist
Skip to primary content. Skip to secondary content. He likes telephone poles and the wires that cross them; bridges and the pylons which support them; skyscrapers and the antennas which sprout out of them. They are the inhabitants of his cities; real and imagined; people are nowhere to be seen- curiously absent but not missed. He takes great care in depicting details: windows, transformers, and lightning rods, things made of iron, steel, and glass. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window).
John Ezell - Virtual Feast Artist
Skip to primary content. Skip to secondary content. Some people have a photographic memory . They can remember long ago historical dates, names of people they scarcely know and so on. Man’s Paintings Sparked Idea of Stockton Center. An article about John Ezell by Roger Phillips. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window). Click to share on Google (Opens in new window). Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window). Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window). One thought on “ Ezell.
William Haddad - Virtual Feast
Skip to primary content. Skip to secondary content. If you crossed Pablo Picasso with a commodities broker you’d get William Haddad. William is of Arabic ancestry and lives with his family in Gold River, enjoying an active life. He understands both Arabic and English, although he usually speaks in two-to three word sentences. He frequents the local shopping center and has been known to sweep floors, helping around several small businesses, and generally making sure things are running smoothly.