Heifer Sacramento at the Walk on the Wild Side

Posted by Heifer Sacramento On Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Heifer Sacramento joined in celebration of all things wild at Walk on the Wild Side outdoor festival held at the Beach Lakes Preserve near Freeport to learn about wildlife and conservation. Our volunteers were busy helping kids make bee bracelets, talking about how wildlife works with agriculture and how Heifer helps people in poverty.

Darrian spins for a prize for answering what a heifer could produce to help a village.

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1 Response to "Heifer Sacramento at the Walk on the Wild Side"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Thank you for being part of this fun day and helping folks understand your important message!


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