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Grown in Marin

Around Marin County

  • UCCE Grown in Marin Workshop!  If you're a farmer or rancher, don't miss the second installation of the 2-part series on Succession Planning for Farms and Ranches on February 4, 2015. Join this workshop with David Pratt to learn simple steps for passing your land and its legacy on to the next generation. Doors open and dinner is from 5:00-6:00, and the program begins at 6:00 p.m. Find out more online.

  • UCCE Workshop!  Are you a speciality crop farmer interested in selling your products to buyers who want to know your story? Join this bus tour of markets in San Francisco Bay Area on February 24, 2015 to make valuable contacts with buyers and decide for yourself if wholesale markets are right for your farm. Meet the people who are interested in buying produce directly from smaller farms and selling to customers who care about family farms like yours to find out what they need from you. Learn more and register online. 

  • 2nd Annual Farmers Guild-Raising on February 14th, 2015, followed by a Love Your Farmer Valentine's Day Ball in Petaluma. Find out more online and spread the word!

  • For those of us with oak trees in Marin, the threat of sudden oak death always looms large. Remember that this is the time of year to preventatively treat susceptible oaks ahead of the spring infection season. To learn if your trees are at risk and what to do, visit suddenoakdeath.org or contact the Master Gardeners at 415-473-4204 or mgmarin@ucdavis.edu.

  • AB 1871, a new farmers market bill, goes into effect on January 1, 2015. The new legislation aims to bring about greater enforcement activity at California certified farmers markets, by increasing the budget capacity for the CA Department of Food and Agriculture, who can contract with local county agricultural departments to ensure that farmers are selling what they grew themselves. Learn more by reading a legislative primer about the bill, put out by the California Alliance of Farmers Markets.

  • Greetings! Looking for a more sustainable way to celebrate the holiday season?  Support your local organic farm and give gifts that are healthy for people and the planet. See the attached flyer and please share this email with others you think might be interested in supporting IVOF&G through holiday gift purchases.To place your holiday gift orders please contact me at 415-720-2051 or aridout@ccnorthbay.org.

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