Sacramento State student Amanda Wagenknecht sets stemware on a table on Guy West Bridge before the upcoming “farm to fork” dinner at the university. The proceeds of the $50-per-person dinner benefited the Associated Students Inc. Food Pantry on campus. Corporate involvement in the farm-to-fork movement has raised some hackles.
Sacramento State student Amanda Wagenknecht sets stemware on a table on Guy West Bridge before the upcoming “farm to fork” dinner at the university. The proceeds of the $50-per-person dinner benefited the Associated Students Inc. Food Pantry on campus. Corporate involvement in the farm-to-fork movement has raised some hackles. Autumn Payne apayne@sacbee.com
Sacramento State student Amanda Wagenknecht sets stemware on a table on Guy West Bridge before the upcoming “farm to fork” dinner at the university. The proceeds of the $50-per-person dinner benefited the Associated Students Inc. Food Pantry on campus. Corporate involvement in the farm-to-fork movement has raised some hackles. Autumn Payne apayne@sacbee.com

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