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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.
I erroneously referred to requirements in some recently passed legislation related to direct marketing as "regulations". So I am posting an edited version of the blog. It also includes some additional information. Recently Passed...
Great news! Local shearer, Matt Gilbert has gotten approval for his new woolen mill. He expects to start processing wool in Ukiah by this fall. See the attached Ukiah Daily Journal article.
IPMinfo Extending research information is an important part of Cooperative Extension. As communication technology is advancing every day, using modern channels of communication are important for successfully reaching out to growers, PCAs, and...
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News from CalCAN
There are some exciting signs that the work CalCAN has been doing for several years to advocate for cap-and-trade funding for sustainable agriculture is bearing fruit. A CalCAN-sponsored bill (SB 367) to put in place the structure and funding for farmland protection and on-farm farming practices wi&
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