Thank you to the 14 volunteers who helped install signs along the new mountain bike trail loop in the Cal Expo/Woodlake area of the #AmericanRiverParkway last Friday! Learn more about the Off-Paved Trail Cycling Pilot: http://bit.ly/2hCKwUE
🌟⚾️🐶🏆#FeatureFriday Shout Out! This amazing patient has a huge passion for baseball and has been playing all his life, currently in a 70s+ league. He was feeling some pain in his shoulder though, so he and his furry friend have been working hard with Mallory to try and alleviate it. Fortunately, he says he has seen major improvement! We are so proud of all the hard work he has put in and incredibly happy that we could help him keep pursing his passion! 😀
"Summer is golden time for tourism and travel, and that’s particularly true for California wine country. Napa and Sonoma tasting rooms are packed in July and August. The coastal regions and even Lodi get big summer spikes.
That’s not true for El Dorado and Amador counties, the two most prominent regions of the expansive Sierra Foothills. Both struggle through the summer when wine tasters seem to head, well, almost anywhere else. That makes summer a terrific time to visit." Visit link in bio to read more. #edibleSacramento
Make sure to get your tickets to the Barbera Festival! Tickets are limited, so get them before its too late. Not only will attendees enjoy the best Barbera, but they'll also experience delicious food! Click the link in the bio to purchase tickets!
One more reminder that we have a Red Sesbania removal day tomorrow 8/19 from 9am-12pm at the Jacob Lane river access (approximate address is 800 Jacob Lane). This is a great event for volunteers interested in joining our Invasive Plant Patrol. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP!⠀
"As a fourth-generation dairy farmer, Walter Nicolau III jokes that milk runs through his veins. His family has been tending cows in Stanislaus County since the early 1900s, when his grandfather, Jose, left the Azores Islands, where dairy farming is predominant, and established a farm outside Modesto.
Walter is breaking the family mold by being the first Nicolau to make cheese. And he stands out in California cheesemaking by focusing on goat cheese. After tending goats as a kid, he turned his hobby into a business 12 years ago, taking over 30 acres from his father and starting Nicolau Farms." Visit link in bio to read more. #edibleSacramento
#Parkway52 No. 33: Experience the total solar eclipse on the #AmericanRiverParkway ! Join @sacstate's Dept. of Physics and Astronomy on Monday, August 21st at 9AM on top of the levee just north of the Hornet Book Store. Follow the link for more details, including where to purchase eclipse glasses*: http://www.csus.edu/physics/2017eclipse.html⠀
IMPORTANT NOTE: Solar eclipse glasses are extremely necessary for viewing eclipse. Lack of eye protection can result in retinal damage.⠀
These highly sought after Tory Burch flats just arrived here at Article! They will sell fast so come on over and try them on! We are open today from 10-6p!😊 They are the "Caroline" and "Reva"! Both size 8.5!👍🏼
Nobody told me that quinceaneras can be just as involved and extravagant as a wedding! And yet Amalia floated, waltzed, toasted, and hugged her way through the day with a smile on her face...except for this shot, where I asked her to bring on the sassyface. ¡Felicidades y bienvenidos a quince, Amalia!
@jerojo shared this pic of their “Triple Threat” from #thewaffleexperience (pork belly, shoulder bacon, smoked bacon, kale, avocado, tomato, basil aioli on a spicy garlic parmesan waffle). #Delicious 😋
"Susan Muller wants customers to ask, “Why are your eggs blue?” She and her husband, Ken, run Pasture 42, an 84-acre family farm in Guinda, Calif., where animals are grass fed, practices are sustainable, and learning flourishes. The couple’s direct sales model relies on curious customers who ask questions and get to know their farmers’ philosophy." Visit link in bio to read more. #edibleSacramento