Such events cultivate community, share best practices, encourage appreciation of homegrown food, reduce waste and lower food-gathering carbon footprints, Ms. de Garmeaux says.
The redwood grove "provides a lovely space for the event and eliminates the need for setting out tables, as there are three existing picnic tables in the Grove," the report says, adding that the event is "not intended to be a primary food source."
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