Saturday – May 2, 2015
4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Our Farm – 23800 State Highway 16, Capay, California 95607
Join us at our farm in Capay for a fun-filled evening! Bring the whole family to partake in the festivities! Participate in an arts and crafts activity or join in on a soccer game. [...]
Get your running shoes on, and come join our farmer Thaddeus and his family for a 5K run on the farm! This fun run is a family friendly event. Runners and walkers of all skill levels are invited to come and enjoy a fun, relaxing [...]
4-Course dinner and wines shared with farmer and chef. This dinner benefits the Kathleen Barsotti Non-Profit for Sustainable Agriculture (KBNP) and the Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services.
Join us in savoring the deliciously fleeting flavors of summer with farmer and chef at our upcoming Seasonal Dinner on the farm! Sit down to a fantastic open-air feast in the shade of our beautiful, old oak trees.
SUNDAY – August 17th 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Our Farm, Capay
Our parents started our farm in 1976 with a vision and passion for organic and sustainable agriculture that led them to become early pioneers in this movement. In 1992, our mother, Kathleen Barsotti, founded Farm Fresh To You, our Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) service, delivering farm-fresh, local, organic produce to homes and offices in [...]
Our harvest crews have been doing an excellent job at getting the bounty of the summer harvest out of the field. With the increase in work associated with the summer, we have added a group of temporary help – many of whom are students spending their summer away from school working. They show up [...]
Thank you to everyone who came out to our 5th-Annual Capay Tomato Festival in support of the Kathleen Barsotti Non-Profit for Sustainable Agriculture (KBNP).
Opening our farm for monthly farm tours and events like our Capay Tomato Festival never ceases to move us, and remind us how very important and humbling it is to [...]
I shoveled about two dozen scoops of fresh, Syrah grapes into the ‘stomping tub’ and stood back, leaning on my shovel and dreaming about cool grapes squishing under bare feet. A half an hour later, dozens of guests were taking off their shoes, rolling up their pants, and living [...]