Time: October 14, 2017 at 11am to October 15, 2017 at 2pm
Location: CoCo San Sustainable Farm
Street: 5500 Imhoff Place
Website or Map: http://www.salads4schools.org
Event Type: symposium
Organized By: CoCo San Sustainable Farm
Latest Activity: Oct 2, 2017
Conservation is not enough! Learn how YOU can help REVERSE Global Warming!
CoCo San Sustainable Farm is modeling practices that help sink carbon (carbon sequestration) to reverse global warming.
Bahman Sheikh, Ph.D. will talk about the role of Recycled Water in helping with our global warming crisis.
Dr. Sheikh is one of the nation's leading experts on recycled water use, especially for agriculture. Dr. Sheikh has over 30 years of experience in master planning and design of water resources projects, specializing in water reclamation, reuse, and recycling. The focus of much of his work has been on public health protection and safety from the microbiological and chemical quality of water used for irrigation and other applications.
Bethallyn Black, M.A. will inspire you with methods you can help REVERSE Global Warming! Bethallyn Black is our amazing organic farmer, Master Gardener, Diablo Valley College faculty in Horticululture.
Michael R. McGill, Board Member, Central Contra Costa Sanitary District will also be talking about "The Future of Water" and the debate about "One Water."
Tour our 15-acre urban farm and find out what the heck we are doing and how you can participate!
We will have Cover Crop Seed for you to buy at a low price of $3 per pound!
We will also have Bee Garden Seed for you to buy at the low price of $3 per packet.
We hope to have a Mexican FOOD TRUCK!
Supervisor Karen Mitchoff will be there at 11:00 a.m. and it's her Birthday! We want to thank Supervisor Mitchoff for her generous contribution toward building our greenhouse, as soon as we get through county processing! We expect other elected officials to join us.
PG&E is a major sponsor of this event and STUDENTS up to age 25 can come for free with a PG&E scholarship. Let us know if you need a scholarship and are not a student.