Produced by Valley Vision and powered by Bank of America, Farm to Fork Live is the Sacramento Valley’s premiere food and ag event series, featuring topics and leaders who are shaping the future of Farm to Fork.
Valley Vision is working with Visit Sacramento to strengthen and deepen America’s Farm to Fork Capital initiative. As part of this effort, we’ve launched the Farm to Fork Live event series. Through conversations on a range of topics in food and agriculture, the region will explore what it means to be America’s Farm to Fork Capital and how we can strengthen our food and ag economy.
Attendees will interact with top restauranteurs, farmers, advocates, public officials, entrepreneurs, business executives, and leaders. Farm to Fork Live is our region’s unique gathering place for movers and shakers to demonstrate why we are America’s Farm to Fork Capital. Join us. Help us tell our story. Farm to Fork Events are free and open to all.
If you, or your organization, are interested in becoming a Farm to Fork Live sponsor please contact Robyn Krock at Robyn.Krock@ValleyVision.org or call (916) 325-1630.
February 1st, 2019
Women on the Line: Leading in the Food Space
6241 Fair Oaks Blvd, Carmichael, CA 95608
Quick – name five well-known chefs! Got them? How many of them are women? One? Two? None? Yet, women have historically been associated with being in the kitchen.
Join Valley Vision on February 1st as Farm to Fork Live presents “Women on the Line: Leading in the Food Space,” a lively conversation featuring local women chefs and culinary leaders who are revolutionizing the food space and helping to uplift the Sacramento region as the Farm to Fork Capitol.
Come listen and learn about the experiences and journeys of these women as they discuss their careers and paths to becoming leaders in this industry. This exciting panel will be moderated by local TV personality Bethany Crouch.
- N’Gina Guyton, South Restaurant
- Bobbin Mulvaney, Mulvaney’s B&L
- Casey Shideler, Taylor’s Kitchen
Complimentary breakfast and networking begins at 8 am.
For questions or more information contact Emma Koefoed at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (916) 325-1630.
Ag Tech and the Food Economy
Woodland Community College, Community Room