Nicolas’ Garden is lucky to have many friends and resources that inspire healthier behaviors, lead cool organizations, and teach exciting activities! Check out our friends’ websites, blogs, videos and programs to learn more Farm-to-Fork-related fun!
Be a friend too… send us your tasty and healthy ideas, resources and programs; help us grow good ideas in Nicolas’ Garden!
Jamie Oliver, of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, teaches basic cooking skills and inspires people to make affordable family meals from scratch.
Chef Sam Kass and the LetsMove! Team leads the First Lady’s work to teach a healthier generation of kids, and ensure they have the opportunity to live long, healthy lives.
City of Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson declared that Sacramento is “America’s Farm-to-Fork Capitol”. Nicolas and Nicolas’ Garden is proud to be the “Farm-to-Fork” kid advocate of this important movement.
Kitty O'Neal has anchored the highly rated and award winning KFBK Afternoon News for 19 years. Kitty donates much of her time and talent to community events and charitable organizations like NG.
Representative Doris Matsui (D-Sacramento) is a huge supporter of Nicolas’ Garden’s mission, and has supported our educational efforts promoting the importance of sustainability and “locally-grown” foods
California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom is dedicated to helping students and teachers across California understand how agriculture provides the daily essentials necessary to keep us healthy.
Dr. Richard Isaacs is Physician-in-Chief for Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento and Elk Grove, which offers the FitWeight program. It's an intensive program for children, providing support to change behavior in nutrition and fitness.
Nicolas’ favorite NBA Team, the Sacramento Kings are committed to promoting “Farm-to-Fork”, supporting healthier living through locally grown produce and NBA physical activity programs.
Michael Ferraro, founder of Growums. Growums offers fun, food-based gardening kits and games that teach children how to grow their own, healthy food!
Dr. Robert Post, of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Choose My Plate Program. My Plate improves nutrition by advancing and promoting dietary guidance, along with conducting research and analyses in nutrition.