Leftcoast Grassfed and the HEAL Project

We are proud to have been a part of the HEAL Project’s successful ‘strolling supper’ fundraiser -Spring Ahead to a Sustainable, Abundant & Healthy Future.

An acronym for Health, Environment, Agriculture, Learning, the HEAL Project is a home grown, hands on, California academic standards science-based curriculum and comprehensive set of programs. Developed with the support of a diverse group of community members, the HEAL Project expanded its programs within the Cabrillo Unified School District (Half Moon Bay, CA), and to date has delivered 3,245 hours of instruction and guided activities to more than 3,200 students.

The HEAL Project’s long term goal is to deliver its programs to all the schools in the Cabrillo Unified School District, including Middle, High School, and Alternative High School.

Chef Richard Gras (Chef de Cuisine – Navio at the Ritz Carlton, Half Moon Bay) perfectly prepared our filet cuts with his all-purpose “Coffee Rub” and masterfully turned our grass-fed ground beef into savory meatballs featuring the sweetness of golden raisins and the crunchy texture of pine nuts (recipes to follow).

From left to right – Bill, Kathy, Ken (Pescadero Creek Inn) and Annie.

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