California Conversations: Farmers in the Bay

When
Fri Feb 1, 2013
Where
The Contemporary Jewish Museum
Time
1–2:30pm
Cost
$12
Tags
Arts

Description

Engage in the rich history of the Jewish people who came to the Bay Area to farm the land. From the Petaluma chicken farmers to modern organic dairies, Jews have been agricultural innovators in the Bay Area. In this lively conversation lead by Jweekly editor Sue Fishkoff, hear from representatives of three generations of farmers: Bohemian Creamery’s Lisa Gottreich, Straus Family Creamery’s Vivian Straus, and Scott Gerber—the Yiddish Cowboy.
Presented in conjunction with the exhibition California Dreaming: Jewish Life in the Bay Area from the Gold Rush to the Present.

More Info

Link
http://www.thecjm.org
Call
4156557800 (Box Office)
Email
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Location

  1. The Contemporary Jewish Museum
    736 Mission St, San Francisco, CA