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SEEAG’s Kids-To-Farms Benefit Brunch

Camarillo Ranch

Attendees enjoying a gourmet Tuscan feast.

 

ore than 160 people attended a Kids-To-Farms Benefit Brunch on Sunday, April 9, at the Camarillo Ranch. Presented by Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG) in partnership with Future Farmers of America (FFA), the event featured a Tuscan-themed spread prepared by Chef Oreste de Gregorio of Café Fiore and raised almost $200,000. Funds went to the FFA and to support SEEAG’s agriculture education programs, including the farm lab at Petty Ranch in Saticoy, where children learn about the connection between agriculture and the food they eat.

For more information, visit www.SEEAG.org.

Betsy Chess and Jeanette Lombardo.

Ventura County Agricultural Association President Rob Roy and wife Marianne.

SEEAG Founder and Executive Director Mary Maranville with Luis Rodriguez and Lupe Escamilla.

Mingling in front of the red barn.

Driscoll’s Executive VP Soren Bjorn and Courtney Catalano.

05-01-2017

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