Scott Thompson, program director for ReSoil Sacramento, transports scraps collected from Selland’s Market Cafe. Co-founder David Baker says ReSoil recently passed the 60,850-pound mark for its “pre-consumer waste” pickup.
Scott Thompson, program director for ReSoil Sacramento, transports scraps collected from Selland’s Market Cafe. Co-founder David Baker says ReSoil recently passed the 60,850-pound mark for its “pre-consumer waste” pickup. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Scott Thompson, program director for ReSoil Sacramento, transports scraps collected from Selland’s Market Cafe. Co-founder David Baker says ReSoil recently passed the 60,850-pound mark for its “pre-consumer waste” pickup. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

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