This ambitious and first-of-its-kind project is in partnership
with the Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD), the
City of Sacramento, HMC Architects, and The Mill at Broadway,
which neighbors the school campus. We are excited that it is
finally coming to life!
Stacey Kauffman is the Board President for Food Literacy
Center, and Senior Vice President at Radio.com.
Thank you for supporting Food Literacy Center on its path to a
new cooking school at the Leataata Floyd Elementary School
campus. This ambitious, first-of-its-kind project brings
together a unique set of partners in America’s Farm-to-Fork
Capital. Let me provide some history of how this all began over
eight years ago.
SACRAMENTO, CA. (September 18, 2019) – Food Literacy Center is
pleased to announce the official groundbreaking of the Food
Literacy Center’s future cooking school at Floyd Farms. Floyd
Farms at Leataata Floyd Elementary will be home to a city-run
community garden, Food Literacy Center’s cooking school and
student gardens managed by the nonprofit’s program staff. The
project will serve the 330 elementary school students enrolled at
Leataata Floyd Elementary and their families, students throughout
the Sacramento City Unified School District, and community