SACRAMENTO BEE FILE PHOTO Sixth grader Shaun Riley breaks up daikon radish in the cafeteria at Oak Ridge Elementary school on Monday afternoon. Students worked with chef Patrick Mulvaney to deliver a fine dining experience for Sacramento politicians in the evening, judges and other notable officials. April 08, 2013
SACRAMENTO BEE FILE PHOTO Sixth grader Shaun Riley breaks up daikon radish in the cafeteria at Oak Ridge Elementary school on Monday afternoon. Students worked with chef Patrick Mulvaney to deliver a fine dining experience for Sacramento politicians in the evening, judges and other notable officials. April 08, 2013 jvillegas@sacbee.com
SACRAMENTO BEE FILE PHOTO Sixth grader Shaun Riley breaks up daikon radish in the cafeteria at Oak Ridge Elementary school on Monday afternoon. Students worked with chef Patrick Mulvaney to deliver a fine dining experience for Sacramento politicians in the evening, judges and other notable officials. April 08, 2013 jvillegas@sacbee.com

Farm Beat: Event offers twist on eat-your-veggies campaign

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    Gabriele Ludwig, director or sustainability and environmental affairs with the Almond Board of California, explains the issues related to dust during the harvest season. At the Van Duyn Family Farms in Escalon on Tuesday, three companies – Exact Harvesting Systems, Flory and Jack Rabbit – showed off their machinery that reduces dust.