International Compost Awareness Week

David from GRAS’ will be our guest on LiveWire this week GRAS’ mission is to grow a sustainable food community in Sacramento. We bring restaurants together with the urban agriculture movement to build healthy climate-resilient neighborhoods in the Sacramento region.

GRAS programs aim to grow awareness and develop local infrastructures in order to create better practices for a sustainable future.

GRAS Programs

* ReSoil Sacramento – Community Composting
* Zero-Waste Events
* Local Wine – Clarkburg AVA Chenin blanc
* Restaurant Waste Management (Consulting)
* Cork Recycling
GRAS TEACHES the importance of reducing food waste and and other aspects of building sustainable food community.
Sacramento Concert Band
The Sacramento Concert Band is sponsored by the San Juan School District and is composed of adult members of the community who enjoy playing and performing in the Sacramento area. The band was formed in 1969 and is known for the quality of its performances and for playing a wide variety of concert band music. There are nearly 50 musicians in the band ranging in age from 25 to 89. Some of the musicians have been with the band since it was formed; others have played for many years and some new members join each year.

Conductor Grant Parker is chair of the music department at Cosumnes River College where he teaches Concert Band, Brass Choir, Music History, Introduction to Music, History of Jazz and Applied Music. He has conducted the Sacramento Concert Band since 1990 and says that, “Nothing pleases the musicians more than having a large enthusiastic audience.”

The Mothers Day Spring Concert Sunday May 13th, 2:30 PM Free Admission at the Rio Americano High School Center for the Arts 4540 American River Drive
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