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The University of California Cooperative Extension in collaboration with Santa Rosa Junior College, Small Business Development Center, and the Latino Service Providers, will provide training and a full range of supportive tools and resources to beginning farmers and ranchers in Sonoma County.
Average annual precipitation in California is 200 million acre-feet, out of which 42% of water is used for agriculture while 11% is used in the urban areas (municipal and industrial users) and the remaining 47% by the environment (native vegetation,...
Great News! Ken Tate has agreed to expand his presentation at the upcoming California Ranch Stewardship Workshop on October 21 from 1- 4 pm at the Farm Advisors' office! His presentation is entitled Research Update: Grazing...
Ranching and California's Drought – A Workshop and Webcast November 7, 2014 • What the U.S. Drought Monitor means to you • How CA Ranchers are coping with the drought• New feeding strategies for livestock in...
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Sonoma County AGROpreneurship Facebook Postings
Food Action Now! Sign & Share! Show your commitment to healthy food and farms, a strong local economy, and resilient natural resources. Endorse the Sonoma County Food Action Plan today! Then share this call-to-action and community vision for a thriving, sustainable food system. http://bit.ly/1qLcGWt
Sonoma County Food System Alliance: Ag Innovations Network
The Food Action Plan endorsement effort aims to leverage countywide support and action while expanding engagement in local food system development. By endorsing the plan, you join with others to declare support for the vision and our commitment to food system change in Sonoma County. We encourage yo&
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