"Seeds for the Future" Dinner for School Gardens

"Seeds for the Future" Dinner for School Gardens

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$185 – $1,110

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Aschbrenner Acres

679 Camino El Dorado

Encinitas, CA 92024

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"Seeds for the Future" Fundraising Dinner (3 of 3) - Benefiting School Gardens in San Diego and Baja

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Berry Good Food (BGF) is thrilled to announce the return of our annual School Gardens fundraiser, “Seeds for the Future,” an unforgettable event with our local and sustainable culinary community of chefs, farmers, fishermen, winemakers, distillers, and brewers.

Proceeds from the dinner will help fund school garden grants for the 2022-23 school year in San Diego County with an application process beginning online at BerryGoodFood.org in Fall 2022. Since 2017, BGF has awarded more than $50,000 in grants to 23 schools with garden programs in our shared bioregion of San Diego and northern Baja.

New this year, Berry Good Food is expanding the scope of the "Seeds for the Future" fundraiser by offering three uniquely styled dinners in three different locations around San Diego as a Summer Series!

For the final dinner of the three, we are so excited to welcome Chef Anthony Wells from Juniper and Ivy and Chef Brian Redzikowski from SDCM (The Waverly, Kettner Exchange, Camino Riviera) preparing a delicious 100% outdoor al fresco meal with seasonal and locally sourced ingredients at Aschbrenner Acres in Encinitas.

Guests will also enjoy live music from local duo Josh & Gold, a Cutwater Spirits signature cocktail, white wine and Rosé from Windy Oaks Estate, and Portuguese red wine courtesy of locally owned Caves Wine Shop.

As always, it will be a fun and fantastic night with amazing food and drink, engaging with our local food community and supporters of a wonderful cause!


Berry Good Food (BGF), a grassroots nonprofit organization that aims to tackle the barriers—educational, economic, systemic, infrastructural—standing between people in our region and local, sustainably produced food. Framed around the principles of food security and food education, BGF’s programs include school garden grants, expert panel discussions, affordable cooking classes, and farm-to-table dinners. BGF empowers our community by building bridges between farmers, chefs, scientists, and citizens to challenge the industrial food system while advocating for access to healthy food for all.

Learn more at BerryGoodFood.org.

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