Come celebrate grassland culture and a dedication to good food at this event hosted by Friends of the Petaluma River, True Grass Farms, and the Petaluma Grazing Collective. The organizers value the role grazing animals play in managing the health of oak savannas, grasslands, and coastal prairies. They’re honoring the work with a day dedicated to local artisans, education, and foodshed delicacies, including a fiber artisan marketplace, expert speakers, dinner, dancing, and a fire pit shepherd talk. Tickets: $20 (includes food tastings; free for kids under 12). Dinner: $20 (includes performances and dancing): here
Read more about True Grass Farms in our 2016 article on carbon-conscious farming.
Saturday June 9, 2–9pm
Steamer Landing Park
6 Copeland St, near the D St Drawbridge, Petaluma
Dinner is at 6pm with music and dancing at the David Yearsley River Heritage Center.