Town Square Productions
Yolo County is home to one of the most diverse farming regions in the nation, producing several hundred commodities including: tomatoes, wine grapes, rice, a variety of grains, almonds and walnuts, olives, honey, and sunflowers. Dinner was a regional creation of a mouthwatering menu utilizing locally sourced and freshly-picked ingredients paired with a variety of locally produced wine and beer.
The event was made possible by the generous support of sponsors, guests and the collaboration of community members including: local growers & ranchers, industry leaders, the City of Woodland and its council members, the Yolo County Board of Supervisors, Visit Yolo, the Yolo County Department of Agriculture, the Yolo County Farm Bureau, the University of California at Davis, Woodland and Winters Chambers of Commerce, Yolo County restaurants, chefs and many more in America's Farm-to-Fork Capital Region.
Beneficiary For 2017 Woodlands Dinner On Main
The lot adjacent to City Hall on the corner of First and Court Streets will no longer be just a manicured lawn. Soon it will be much more – a gem for the community, a keystone for our future. It’s the site of Woodland’s first Edible Teaching Garden (ETG).
Thanks to the support of our sponsors and guests, we were able to give $18,000 to three wonderful 501(c)3 non-profit agencies: Center for Land-Based Learning, Woodland Farmer's Market, and Yolo Farm to Fork.