Over 100 guests gathered in Downtown Sacramento at Mulvaney’s B&L on June 29th for a delightful evening of food and friendship. Hosted by longtime Rangeland Trust supporters, Bob Slobe and Russell Austin, the evening offered a wonderful opportunity for the Rangeland Trust to get to know its neighbors in America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital.
Guests were treated to a mouthwatering spread of hors d’oeuvres featuring the region’s pasture-to-plate flavors alongside delectable wines from throughout the Valley. In addition to getting to know the largest California-based land trust, guests also heard from California Department of Food and Agriculture Secretary Karen Ross and farm-to-fork pioneers and proprietors of Mulvaney’s B&L, Bobbin and Patrick Mulvaney, about the importance of rangelands for quality local food and a thriving local economy.
Special thank you to The Hearst Foundation for helping to make the evening possible, as well as Mechanics Bank and North Sacramento Land Company for sponsoring the event. Additionally, thank you to Haarmeyer Wine Cellars, Peltier Winery, Bailarin Cellars, and Secret Raving for the wine and inkind gift donations.
Be sure to check out photos from the event below!