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- Editor's Column - September 2011
- NewsFlash: The conventionals are in on it!
- M.B. Boissevain - Marin's first farm advisor 1920-1950
- Interview with James Marshall
- Visit CAM FoodWorks, an artisan food producer and co-packer on September 30
- New resources for farmers and the public
- More awards for our North Bay cheesemakers
- Around Marin County - September 2011
- Editor's Column - June 2011
- Real Added Value: The Marin Organic School Lunch and Gleaning Program Continues to bring People and Produce Together
- What do HootSuite, QR, and Constant Contact have in common?
- From Farming to Facebook: Ten Lessons Learned
- UCCE Marin intern: Marissa Thornton
- Around Marin County - June 2011
- Editor’s Column – March 2011
- Water Buffalo? In Tomales?
- Coming of Age: The Status of North Bay Artisan Cheesemaking
- Stalking rare fruit scion in West Marin
- Around Marin County - March 2011
- Summit 1997 to Summit 2010
- Around Marin County December 2010
- Editor - September 2010
- From Hicks Valley Ranch to Oliver’s Markets
- Artisan cheese-making classes coming to Marin
- Farm diversification sheets are now available at GIM site
- Incubating the business of the family farm – farmers’ markets play a critical role
- Indian Valley Organic Farm goes to market
- Around Marin County September 2010
- Editor - July 2010
- You can almost taste the grass . . .
- Local Nicasio Valley Cheese goes into local United Markets
- Planning the future of Marin’s agriculture
- Marin Agricultural Focus Group findings on moving forward in profit & sustainability
- 2010 Agricultural Summit Resource Program & Site
- Around Marin County July 2010
- Editor – March 2010
- Third UCCE Grafting Workshop & Scion Exchange
- 2010 UCCE Grafting Workshop Pictures
- New UCCE Marin interns connect partnership circle
- Using social media to promote your products (& philosophy)
- Preparing Marin agriculture for the next decade
- Around Marin County March 2010
- Editor's Column November 2009
- Portable dairy wagon hits the road
- Peter Rudnick Picks Peppers In Petaluma
- Securing Succession on the Farm
- What we grow
- Marin Farm News November 2009
- Rossotti Ranch: Straddling Marin & Sonoma Counties to produce food for the community
- Recent legislation expands opportunities for farm stand sales
- Join the MO Glean Team!
- Healthy and local food for all
- Strong rancher participation in Conditional Waiver Program
- Editor's Column September 2009
- Marin Farm News September 2009
- Archived Related News Items
- UC ANR Publications
- Photos of Marin Agriculture
Around Marin County - March 2011
Marin Farm News:
- Mike and Sally Gale have been selected by the Marin Conservation League (MCL) as its 2011 John McPhail Jr. Business awardees. This award is given to a business which exemplifies environmental sensitivity and has fostered positive working relationships with environmental groups. MCL wrote of the Gales, “Your stewardship is evident in the great care you have taken to protect and preserve habitat for fish, wildlife, and native plants.” The award will be presented at a dinner on April 15.
- Agricultural Institute of Marin (AIM) has introduced a new look for their market tour education program. “Diggin’ the Farmers Market” captures the enthusiasm of market tour participants, who come to learn about local agriculture. To learn more about these tours, visit AIM’s website, http://www.agriculturalinstitute.org/.
Upcoming Events - Save the Dates:
- 2011 California Co-op Conference, April 8 & 9, Berkeley, CA. The conference is dedicating a track of workshops to share how cooperatives stimulate economic development and to present the latest information on food and cooperatives. For more information, go to http://www.cccd.coop/events/ccc_2011.
- “Reweaving the Community Cloth: A Celebration for our First Farm Based Cotton & Wool Mill,” May 1, 2011. Benefit Dinner and Fibershed Fashion Show starts at 5 pm. at Toby’s Feed Barn on behalf of fiber farmers. Dinner ticket is $75, and late-night entry is $25 covers the fashion show and two cocktails. Contact Rebecca Burgess at 415-259-5849 for more information.
- Explore the Sonoma Marin Cheese Trail:
- Marin Agricultural Summit 2010: Notes & Memory: http://ucanr.org/sites/2010AgSum2/files/74316.pdf, February 2011.
- Coming of Age: The Status of North Bay Artisan Cheesemaking: http://cemarin.ucdavis.edu/files/73480.pdf, January 2011.
- Small Farm Handbook, 2nd Ed.: http://anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu/Items/3526.aspx, published March 4, 2011.
- “California Ranching Without the Williamson Act”: http://reach.ucdavis.edu/downloads/WilliamsonActFactsheetUCDavis.pdf.
- Dairy Safety Training Program materials, including the fotonovela in English and Spanish can be downloaded at