St. Timothy’s School’s partnership with Bon Appétit Management Company is one of the driving forces behind their ability to harvest year-round from the Redlands Farm.
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- News Vassar College Stories
Vassar-funded hoop houses will greatly enhance the amount of fresh vegetables available to the college when Bon Appétit commences operations in June
- News Hometalk
All across the U.S., college students, faculty, and staff have begun to develop their own campus farms. And they’re not just growing vegetables; they’re expanding minds.
- News Wall Street Journal
A front-page feature package, including video and slide show, about our Garden at AT&T Park
- News Hampshire College Food, Farm, and Sustainability
The Hampshire College Farm crew picks 640 pounds of blueberries for dining hall use in pursuit of 100% local food.
- News News @ Wesleyan
Fresh eggs will soon be provided by Wesleyan’s student-run organic farm, which is funded by Bon Appétit, Wesleyan’s College of the Environment, and the Green Fund.
- News 7x7 Magazine
At Chase Field in Phoenix, the Diamondbacks have a swimming pool. At Kauffmann Stadium in Kansas City, the Royals get a series of glorious fountains. Now, at AT&T Park, we’ve got…chard.
- News Mother Jones
For most Americans, a visit to the ballpark means hotdogs and pretzels. The SF Giants and Bon Appétit have other ideas — like fresh-picked salads and kumquats.
- News About.com
“This is a cool thing. It is a crazy, extremely, mind blowingly San Francisco thing, but it is a cool thing.”
- News San Francisco Chronicle
The Giants unveiled their new garden today at AT&T Park, and brought some star power — right fielder Hunter Pence and a team of 9-year-olds.