Visit UC Cooperative Extension and 4-H at the Farm to Fork Festival
When: Saturday, September 28, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Capitol Mall, Capitol and 6th St., Sacramento, CA
What: Meet UC Master Gardeners, UC Master Food Preservers and 4-H members
- Seed packet giveaways and gardening advice
- Large and small animal projects
- Animal science demonstrations
- Healthy living demonstration
- Healthy living smoothie bike
- Food preservation and canning advice
Admission fee: Free
The 4-H Youth Development, Master Gardener and Master Food Preserver programs are delivered throughout California by UC Cooperative Extension, a part of UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The 4-H Program provides high-quality educational experiences to more than 72,000 young people annually through clubs, camps, school enrichment and afterschool programming. The statewide 4-H program is powered by 17,000 local volunteers, who receive training and support from professional UC staff in best practices for youth development. There are about 1 million 4-H alumni in California, who are industry leaders in agriculture, government, education and technology, as well as engaged and philanthropic members of their communities.