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Variations on a Table: Jeffrey Inaba Uses Salvaged Materials to Redesign Dinner

by Nicola Twilley

March 16, 2011

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In the Bay Area this weekend? Come along to Hayes Valley Farm between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm tomorrow (Sunday), to enjoy some organic Caffe Vita coffee and Theo chocolate, tour the farm, check out C-Lab's gorgeous table, and hear a few words from Ellen Gustafson. There's a Facebook invitation here, but no RSVP is necessary—Hayes Valley Farm is at 450 Laguna Street (at Fell), and all are welcome.

GOOD is proud to be a partner of the 30 Project: For more information about our goals and plans, see this introduction, "Have Dinner, Change the World" by 30 Project founder Ellen Gustafson, and "Tables to Change the World: An Interview with Michael Hebb."

All images provided by C-Lab and used with permission.

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Variations on a Table: Jeffrey Inaba Uses Salvaged Materials to Redesign Dinner