Green Restaurants Alliance Sacramento

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

Chenin Blanc Tasting Tuesday, May 24

4-6pm Downtown & Vine 
2-4pm Industry Download Flyer (pdf)

GRAS Mission

GRASto make Sacramento the #1 sustainable food community in California, a model for other communities.

With our partner restaurants and the urban agriculture movement, we have created a new model for sustainable food communities. We aim to keep restaurant waste resources local for highest and best use, and for urban agriculture if possible. GRAS offers programs that build awareness and develop best practices for the local community, schools, and the restaurant industry.

GRAS is working with the Cal EPA - Air Resources Board, Cal Recycle, and the County of Sacramento - Solid Waste Authority, and Californians Against Waste to ensure that community composting can be fully permitted in Sacramento and throughout the State.

Magpie
Selland’s
The Waterboy
Sun & Soil
Thai Basil
Chocolate Fish
Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op
Sacramento Zoo
The Federalist
Formoli’s Juno’s
One Speed
Nido
Red Rabbit
Wellspring
Women Center

GRAS teaches the benefits of composting at numerous school classes, workshops and community demonstrations such as State Fair and F2F Festival, and offers a community compost collection at the weekly Midtown Farmers Market.

Resoil Sacramento logo

ReSoil Sacramento, our pedal-powered Community Compost Network, has diverted 349,872 lbs of produce scraps from the landfill and into local soils.

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

Farm-to-Fork Capital

Help Grow the GRAS!!!




GRAS is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.