Public education events are critical for the delivery of our high quality, creative, and integrated research and extension programs that are established and conducted in Marin County.
This year more than 11,200 people were served in 105 workshops, conferences, and tours organized with our community partners
Our school outreach programs provided nutrition, environmental, and science education to more than 8,900 youths and children at farm day events, in 16 school gardens, and other childcare facilities
The events were co-organized with our many community partners including:
Agricultural Institute of Marin, California Oak Mortality Task Force, City of San Rafael Falkirk Center, College of Marin IVC campus, Conservation Corps North Bay, Dominican University, Farm Employers Labor Service, Golden Gate Farmers Market Association, Marin Agricultural Land Trust, Marin Art and Garden Center, Marin Carbon Project, Marin Center, Marin County Ag Commissioners Office, Marin County Beekeepers, Marin County Community Development Agency, Marin County Farm Bureau, Marin County Fire Dept., Marin County Libraries, Marin County Office of Education, Marin County Parks and Open Space, Marin Organic, MCSTOPPP, Marin Resource Conservation District, Mill Valley Film Festival, Natural Resources Conservation Service, North Bay Dairy Women, Sonoma Marin Animal Resource Committee, Tomales Bay Watershed Council, and Western United Dairymen.