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Free Events

This week's events are all free!

Film Screenings: The Future of Food
Thu, 7/7/05, 7:00pm & 9:15pm
Roxie Cinema, 3117 16th Street (between Valencia & Guerrero) in SF
Free public screenings sponsored by Whole Foods Market and Roxie Cinema. Special Q & A session with Sharon Meyer, CNC, at 8:30 p.m. Sharon Meyer is a Certified Nutritionist at the Health & Healing Center in San Francisco Join us for organic snacks and The Future of Food DVD raffles.

Meet the Farmer: John Carlon of Sierra Cascade Blueberries
Sat, 7/9/05 Sat, 7/09/05, 10:00am - 10:30am
Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market, Ferry Building in SF
Part of the CUESA Education Program. Get the lowdown straight from the producer!

Shop with the Chef: Morgen Jacobson of Moose's Restaurant
Sat, 7/9/05 Sat, 7/09/05, 10:30am - 11:30am
Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market, Ferry Building in SF
Part of the CUESA Education Program. See and taste the seasonal produce local chefs are buying and cooking!

Market Tasting: Peaches
Sat, 7/9/05, 12:15pm - 12:45pm
Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market, Ferry Building in SF
Part of the CUESA Education Program.

Staying On the Land: West Marinís Family Farmers Tell Their Stories
Sun, 7/10/05, 4:00pm-6:00pm
Meet at Druidís Hall in Nicasio
Why did Valley Ford ranchers befriend the artist Christo? How was a couple living in Hawaii reconnected to family land in Chileno Valley? What brought a woman born to missionary parents in China to a Tomales ranch? What made one dairy family decide to become winemakers? Meet some of the people who have sold conservation easements as they tell their family stories and describe the reasons they partnered with MALT to protect their farmland forever. Learn about new enterprises and restoration projects undertaken to safeguard natural and agricultural resources. Speakers include: Leo and Rose Ielmorini; Hank Corda; Mike and Sally Gale; and Lois Parks. Bring picnic snacks, water.

More events added to our Events page as they are announced.

Feed the Fire!

Even a little snack. If you use these newsletters, use our website, or simply enjoy having delicious, organic food in the Bay Area, please support our programs that serve local, organic farms and the community. Om Organics is a project of the San Francisco Foundation - Community Initiative Funds, and can only continue with the help of contributions from conscientious people like you!

Any amount is appreciated!
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