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Economy. Environment. Engagement.
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Generate a lot of food waste? We need you!

The pilot, dubbed “Farm to Fork to Fuel”, is Sacramento’s first waste-to-energy program in which organic waste (food scraps, paper, and compostable products) is recycled into renewable natural gas through a process called anaerobic digestion. 

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Our awesome executive director is moving on to new adventures.

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Need money for your public school energy efficiency project? Pay attention! 

The California Energy Commission released #Prop39  guidelines late last year. 

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Will school lunchroom directors and their chefs be the next food rock stars?
#schoollunch #edibleschoolyard #healthyeating  

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Amazing news! The Jamie Oliver Food Foundation's Big Rig "mobile kitchen classroom" is coming to Edible Sac High and will be using food grow in the garden.

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Say hello to Katherine Mitchell, a climate change scientist working on our "Foodwise" program!

Katherine has a Doctorate in Ecology with an emphasis in climate change and carbon cycle modeling. One little known fact about Katherine: she could be a rapper.

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Attention schools:
We are teaming up with the California Energy Commission, California Lighting Technology Center, and the UC Davis Energy Efficiency Center (EEC) to present the Smart Schools Symposium on September 5.

This is a one-day event to improve the efficiency and performance of California’s K–12 and community college facilities.

If you sign up between now and July 7 registration is only $25.

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Tomorrow is Garden Day at Sac High! Volunteers are welcome to join us from 9-11 a.m every Wednesday in July.

Learn more at

Tomorrow might be one of the hottest day of the year... so bring water, and wear a hat and sunscreen. Take the day off if you are sensitive to heat and sun exposure.

Farm to fork to fuel: CleanWorld breaks ground on expansion of Sacramento plant that turns garbage into electricity.
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