David S. Baker, founder of Gras, collects food waste at Selland’s Market Cafe in Sacramento in 2014. Gras picks up compostable food scraps from restaurants and delivers the compost to local area farms and throughout the community to promote natural, organic use of soil and sustainability.
David S. Baker, founder of Gras, collects food waste at Selland’s Market Cafe in Sacramento in 2014. Gras picks up compostable food scraps from restaurants and delivers the compost to local area farms and throughout the community to promote natural, organic use of soil and sustainability. Andrew Seng Sacramento Bee file
David S. Baker, founder of Gras, collects food waste at Selland’s Market Cafe in Sacramento in 2014. Gras picks up compostable food scraps from restaurants and delivers the compost to local area farms and throughout the community to promote natural, organic use of soil and sustainability. Andrew Seng Sacramento Bee file

One man’s garbage fuels another man’s passion for healthy soil

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