Native restaurateur Andrea Lepore and fourth-generation farmer Camelia Enriquez Miller will sit down for a free webinar chat subsequent Friday, March 26, at 10 a.m.
The webinar is the primary in a sequence of month-to-month discussions known as “Inexperienced Tables Chats: Conversations With Native Farmers, Producers and Restaurateurs.” The net sequence will concentrate on meals and agricultural topics reminiscent of sustainability, shopping for native, innovation, entrepreneurship and extra.
The chats are sponsored by the Sacramento chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier, a global group of ladies within the meals trade. Mary Kimball, CEO of the Heart for Land-Based mostly Studying and a member of the Dames, will average the primary dialogue.
Lepore is govt director of Solomon’s in downtown Sacramento. Enriquez Miller co-owns Twin Peaks Orchard in Newcastle. They may discuss household succession in farming and native farm-to-fork efforts. The dialogue will take about 45 minutes, adopted by a interval for questions.
Registration for the free webinar is required. To register, go to the EventBrite site. You’ll obtain a Zoom hyperlink by e-mail.