GRAS is dedicated to growing
a sustainable food community
in the Farm-to-Fork Capital.

GRAS is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Farm-to-Fork Capital

ReSoil Sacramento, our pedal-powered Community Compost Network, has diverted 269,872 lbs of produce scraps from the landfill and into local soils.

"The Alchemist" Inside Publications, September 2015

"Community Composting in Sacramento" BioCycle Magazine, June 2015

"ReSoil Sac" Co-op Reporter!  Spring 2015

"Restaurants Give Back to the Land" Sacramento Bee, Jan 2015

BioCycle 2014 Presentation (pdf) Ground Zero: Anaerobic Digestion in the Farm to Fork Capital
(presented in San Diego on April 8, 2014)

GRAS is working to sustain the fertile soils of our Farm-to-Fork Capital by completing the food-cycle.

• Zero-Waste Events Program
- Let GRAS help green your event. GRAS Zero Waste Brochure

Zero Food Waste: Farm to Fork and back to Farm Again in Sacramento Press by Amber Stott

Clarksburg Chenin blanc earns honors in Sacramento Bee by Chris Macias

Restaurants compost kitchen scraps to nourish future produce by Evelyn Santillan

Sacramento eateries pave way with green practices and attitudes Pg. 10 - in Co-op Reporter (SNFC) by Christina O'Hara

California Restaurant Association "Toasting the Earth"
in Restaurant Standard by Erin Sierchio

"Going Green Unites Restaurants"

The Sacramento Bee, The Good Life by Rick Kushman

Edible Sacramento "GRAS is Greener"
by Ann Martin Rolke

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