Sacramento State University Family and Consumer Science Majors set up tables on Guy West Bridge before their upcoming Farm-to Fork at Sac State dinner on Wednesday Sept. 13, 2016. On the left its Hanna Romanos of Sacramento. The proceeds of the $50 per person dinner benefit the Associated Students Inc. Food Pantry on campus. Besides the view, the dinner features sustainable, locally sourced ingredients and are prepared by Sacramento State Students.
Sacramento State University Family and Consumer Science Majors set up tables on Guy West Bridge before their upcoming Farm-to Fork at Sac State dinner on Wednesday Sept. 13, 2016. On the left its Hanna Romanos of Sacramento. The proceeds of the $50 per person dinner benefit the Associated Students Inc. Food Pantry on campus. Besides the view, the dinner features sustainable, locally sourced ingredients and are prepared by Sacramento State Students. Autumn Payne Sacramento Bee file
Sacramento State University Family and Consumer Science Majors set up tables on Guy West Bridge before their upcoming Farm-to Fork at Sac State dinner on Wednesday Sept. 13, 2016. On the left its Hanna Romanos of Sacramento. The proceeds of the $50 per person dinner benefit the Associated Students Inc. Food Pantry on campus. Besides the view, the dinner features sustainable, locally sourced ingredients and are prepared by Sacramento State Students. Autumn Payne Sacramento Bee file

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