All posts in Sonoma County Chapter

Water Smart Farming

Water Smart Farming

On-farm water conservation practice, slides created by Keith Ables of the Sonoma County Resource Conservation District for CAFF’s “Farming During Drought” Webinar, 4/19/21  

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Video: Farming During Drought

Video: Farming During Drought

Webinar recording of “Farming During Drought” hosted by the Sonoma County CAFF chapter together with the Sonoma RCD, exploring water smart farming practices as well as government support for farmers and ranchers.

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Monday April 19: Farming During Drought: Sonoma County

Monday April 19: Farming During Drought: Sonoma County

With 40% average precipitation and reservoirs at half capacity, North Bay farmers and ranchers (like much of California) are bracing for another dry year, if not full-scale drought. Join the CAFF Sonoma County chapter and the Sonoma RCD for this

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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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When it’s time for food & ag workers to get vaccinated, be ready

When it’s time for food & ag workers to get vaccinated, be ready

Food and agriculture workers are designated to receive the vaccine in the next tier, Phase 1b Tier 1. The populations in this phase include: Persons 75 years and older and frontline essential workers including education, childcare, law enforcement, fire, food and

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JAN 12: CAFF’s 2021 North Bay Annual Gathering

JAN 12: CAFF’s 2021 North Bay Annual Gathering

We invite you to join us for a virtual get-together to celebrate resilience in the face of unprecedented change. Grab a drink and join us virtually on Zoom to co-mingle with friends we’ve not seen in months and to hear three

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CAFF Sonoma County Chapter Positions 2021

CAFF Sonoma County Chapter Positions 2021

Chapter officers, Proposed Slate: Position-sharing welcome. Openings may be filled by appointment by Leadership Circle during the year. Six month commitment to Leadership Circle requested prior to appointment. President –   OPEN Creates agenda, facilitates meetings, spokesperson for CAFF Chapter, keeps

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Video: Pitchforks & Policy: Sonoma County 2020

Food and agricultural policies have a big impact on our world, from how we farm to equity in the food system to protecting the future of our land. On October 6th, 2020, the Sonoma County CAFF chapter hosted their annual

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Family Farmers say YES on Measure P

Family Farmers say YES on Measure P

When Sonya Perrotti, owner of Coyote Family Farm in Penngrove, saw big signs lining nearby roads that read Farmers Say No on Measure P, she thought to herself, “Oh, do I?” And she wasn’t alone. Farmer Caiti Hachmyer was taken

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Pitchforks & Policy: Sonoma County

Pitchforks & Policy: Sonoma County

OCTOBER 6, 2020  |  6:30 – 8:00 PM Food & Agricultural Policies And Issues of Note for Sonoma County & California …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… LOCAL ISSUES 2020 HIGHLIGHTS …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… AGRICULTURAL LAND USE ISSUES Sonoma County put agriculture at the top of its

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CAFF’s Sonoma County Farm VIP Farm Tour

CAFF’s Sonoma County Farm VIP Farm Tour

CAFF’s Sonoma County chapter hosts it’s annual VIP Farm Tour (this year virtually), inviting policymakers, agency representatives and other community leaders to visit farms, learn about their operations and discuss policies that can support them, promote ecological agriculture and strengthen

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