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Ceres' teen chefs and gardeners cooked and served an amazing meal alongside Chefs Duskie Estes and John Stewart at zazu restaurant + farm.
All the profits and tips they took in will fund Ceres' work in Sonoma County.
Thanks to all who came out in support of this event, and to the generous team at zazu for going above and beyond in hosting us and working with us for weeks beforehand
to make the event a success.
And thanks to all the donors of food and beverages.
Healthy Food Systems + Caring Connections + Empowered Youth
= Healthy People, Healthy Communities, a Healthy Planet
Our individual actions, taken collectively, change the world.
It’s up to us. Together, we can make miracles happen in our lives,
in our communities and for our planet.
This class offers an overview of Ceres’ nutrient-rich approach to healthy eating and is open to the public. Space is limited, so please register early.
An interactive look at one week at Ceres.
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Ceres is a Roman goddess of agriculture. The Universal Mother, she symbolizes unconditional love and is considered the most generous of all the goddesses. The offering of food to others is central to the Ceres archetype. Ceres also represents the cycles of birth, death and renewal – and the experience of grief and loss that accompany them. She provides spiritual sustenance and faith that life will be reborn.
Ceres is associated with collaboration – allowing mutual efforts to flourish and discovering creative responses through combining our efforts with others. She embodies the concrete awareness of ourselves as having an effect on the environment where we live. Interdependence, self-esteem, caring, sharing, and adapting to changing circumstances are all part of Ceres’ archetypal gifts.
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