2010 Reports & Publications
Find out in the Focus Groups Summary & Notes what is on the minds of Marin’s farmers and ranchers, as they discussed what has contributed to their success in the past and what will continue to aid their efforts going forward.
A listing of the types of community gardens in Marin County and the obstacles and opportunities to increase and improve community garden participation are provided in the Community Garden Needs Assessment.
Recommendations for successful management of Sudden Oak Death at the local level are available in Lessons Learned from a Decade of Sudden Oak Death in California: Evaluating Local Management.
Visit the UC Agriculture and Natural Resources’ Free Publications website to access peer-reviewed publications on topics ranging from healthy menus for school lunches to home landscaping for fire protection to backyard apple and pear production.
Resources for Farmers:
Rainfall Capture and Storage for Marin Agriculture is a fact sheet on the feasibility and approach for capturing rainfall as a source of water on Marin’s farms and ranches.
Resources for Educators:
Can My Tree Catch the Flu? provides the activity curriculum for increasing youth awareness about Sudden Oak Death.
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