At the SAGE Center you discover where your food begins. From a farm to your table, we explore each step. Our mission is hands-on learning and education through our one-of-a-kind exhibits.

The Sohnreys have been farming the land since 1875, starting in Kansas before moving west to Northern California in 1918. Today, the fifth generation continues the family tradition in Durham, …

We meet Antonio and Alan in the middle of their story, in the middle of transitioning Riverhill Farm. Antonio, “I was attracted to the beauty of the place, the thoughtfulness of Alan and Jo, t…

Monterey County in Northern California could be called lettuce central, since it supplies about 60 percent of the leaf lettuce and half of all the head lettuce grown in the U.S.

“We are constantly asking ourselves — how can we do our best?” says Jana McClelland. Constant evolution, learning, and care for the land are at the heart of success for McClelland Dairy. It is…

“When it comes to transferring a farm to the next generation, success is temporary, but failure is permanent,” says Ryan McCarthey of Dungeness Creamery. Their ongoing success is the result of…

In one version of the future, beef and dairy animals are disease-free, fruits and vegetables are resistant to viruses, potatoes taste better and last longer, and wheat has no gluten or allerge…

On Sept. 14, 1960, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed legislation that created a new approach to income-producing real estate investment — a manner in which the best attributes of real esta…