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After being forced to cancel it in 2020 because of COVID-19, we are pleased to announce our annual “From Field to Fork” fundraising event is back in 2021 – with a slight twist. Please mark your calendar for 6 to 8 p.m. on July 15. And please consider becoming a sponsor.

FROM FIELD TO FORK – It’s a Drive-Through

As in the past, this year’s event will feature a delicious meal created by local chefs using produce from Ventura County fields and orchards. With McGrath Family Farms as the backdrop, guests will drive through and pick up their meals complete with entrée, hearty salad, side dish and dessert. Guests will then be invited to return home to dine and enjoy the rest of the “From Field to Fork”farmworker celebration virtually via online viewing. The program will feature presentation of the $3,000 Ellen Brokaw Scholarshipto three children of farmworkers, virtual farm tours from the growers who are donating the food, and remarks by John Krist, CEO of Farm Bureau of Ventura County and co-chair of the event planning committee.


Although they are essential workers, the men and women who tend and harvest Ventura County’s crops find it very difficult to afford the region’s extremely high housing costs. Too often they pay high rents to live under overcrowded conditions that jeopardize their health and disrupt their children’s education. House Farm Workers! addresses this by educating the public and community leaders about the need for more safe, decent and affordable farmworker housing, and by advocating for its construction.

We invite you to join Brokaw Ranch Co., Farm Credit West, Leavens Ranches LLC, Limoneira Co., Tom and Karen Pecht,Pinkerton Ranch, and Rancho Santa Clara del Norte in sponsoring our 10thannual “From Field to Fork.” Proceeds will fund the critical education and advocacy efforts of House Farm Workers!

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Past Events

“From Harvest to Home” Summit

On March 20, 2015, House Farm Workers! hosted “From Harvest to Home”, the 10th anniversary farm worker housing summit. The 150 attendees heard informative presentations about the issue from experts in agriculture, health, housing and government relations. At the event, House Farm Workers! debuted its new documentary “From Harvest to Home,” The summit concluded with an inspiring breakout session and town hall meeting, where attendees committed to building 2,375 Ventura County farm worker homes in the next 10 years. One way to achieve that goal is to join a House Farm Workers! city committee and testify before city councils in support of farm worker housing.