Archive for March 2021

Persevering Through COVID-19: Schools Support Food Access in San Mateo County

Persevering Through COVID-19: Schools Support Food Access in San Mateo County

PERSEVERING THROUGH COVID-19: Schools Support Food Access in San Mateo County California schools, a significant market for family farmers, are critical sources of food access for local communities. CAFF Teamed up with UC Cooperative Extension and Get Healthy San Mateo

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Ca Relief Grants: Farmer Applications Open for Round 6

Ca Relief Grants: Farmer Applications Open for Round 6

Learn how to apply for the California Relief Grant

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California’s Chance for a Resilient and Equitable Food & Farming System

California’s Chance for a Resilient and Equitable Food & Farming System

The coronavirus pandemic has revealed weaknesses within our food and farming system and exacerbated long-standing inequities. This pandemic has disproportionately impacted California’s small-scale farmers and, in particular, historically underserved farmers of color, many of whom continue to struggle to keep

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Family Farmers Condemn Anti-Asian Violence

Family Farmers Condemn Anti-Asian Violence

We condemn the harassment, violent attacks, and most recent murders of those in the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. We are horrified not only by the recent surge of anti-Asian hate but also the pervasive discrimination that has

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Family Farmers for Early Action on CA State Budget

Family Farmers for Early Action on CA State Budget

The below letter was sent by CAFF and signed by dozens of family farmers across the state to members of the California state Senate and Assembly, expressing our support for a budget that includes significant and much-needed investments in climate

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Support Sacramento Farms & Families

Support Sacramento Farms & Families

While there may be light at the end of the tunnel for many of us, farms and families across the Sacramento Region are still struggling through the pandemic. One hopeful initiative advancing community-rooted solutions is Community Connections 95820, which connects

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(VIDEO) Carbon Farming Community Partnerships: Sonoma County

Join the Sonoma County CAFF chapter for a virtual presentation and discussion on Community Partners & Carbon Farming, featuring Anthony Myint of ZeroFoodprint and Restore CA: Sonoma County – a convenient and scalable new source of funding for carbon farming

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March 8: Carbon Farming Community Partnerships

March 8: Carbon Farming Community Partnerships

Join the Sonoma County CAFF chapter for a virtual presentation and discussion on Community Partners & Carbon Farming, featuring Anthony Myint of ZeroFoodprint and Restore CA: Sonoma County – a convenient and scalable new source of funding for carbon farming and regenerative

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