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Super Tuber Podcast Episode

Super Tuber Podcast Episode

During this episode we travel to Super Tuber Farm near Grass Valley, CA. We learn from Jeremy about their  farm focused on tuber crops and partnership they had with CAFF to complete an on-farm research trial during the 2019 growing

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First Rain Farm Podcast Episode

First Rain Farm Podcast Episode

During this episode we travel to First Rain Farm outside of Nevada City, CA. We learn from Tim about their diverse farm and partnership with CAFF to complete an on-farm research trial during the 2019 growing season on a practice

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FARM SURVEY: COVID-19​ in the Workplace

FARM SURVEY: COVID-19​ in the Workplace

(CAFF and the UC Davis Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety invite you to complete a short survey about your experience addressing COVID-19​ in the workplace. The survey should take less than 10 minutes ​to complete. Our goal is to

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CAFF JOB: Central Valley Farm to Market Specialist

CAFF JOB: Central Valley Farm to Market Specialist

  Job Title: Farm to Market Specialist Location: Operates statewide with focus on Central Valley, preferably based near Fresno FTE: 1.0 FTE, Starting Salary: $50,000-$55,000 FLSA: Non-Exempt Reports To: Farm to Market Program Director Start Date: Early July   The

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Farmers, Speak Up: Do Better USDA!

Farmers, Speak Up: Do Better USDA!

Social Media Samples, Hashtags, and Handles The most effective thing you can do is share your own story in your own voice – with photos. Most importantly – speak up about the impacts you are seeing, the market losses you

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Small Farm FSMA Series – Part 2 of 4

Small Farm FSMA Series – Part 2 of 4

Not Covered ≠ No Paperwork By: Stepheni Norton, San Diego Regional Food Safety Specialist Last Updated: March 19th, 2020 Basic record keeping to prove you’re not covered farm status. FSMA is serious business, so we have a few disclaimers before

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Small Farm FSMA Series – Part 1 of 4

Small Farm FSMA Series – Part 1 of 4

The 1 Thing Every Farm Must Do By: Stepheni Norton, San Diego Regional Food Safety Specialist Last Updated March 19th, 2020 Regardless of size, every farm must perform a self-assessment to determine their Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) status.  So,

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Technical Assistance for the Healthy Soils Program

Technical Assistance for the Healthy Soils Program

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE HEALTHY SOILS PROGRAM Are you interested in implementing cover crops, compost, hedgerows and other Healthy Soils practices on you farm? The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) is offering 3 year grants to farmers to

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Livestock Indemnity Program

Livestock Indemnity Program

The Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP) to provide benefits to eligible livestock owners or contract growers for livestock deaths in excess of normal mortality or reduced sale prices for owned livestock due to injury caused by eligible loss conditions. Eligible loss

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Fire Forward: Building Ecosystem Resilience Together

Fire Forward: Building Ecosystem Resilience Together

Fire Forward, a program of Audubon Canyon Ranch, brings a unique blend of science-based program design and community organizing as it seeks to become a model of fire-adapted communities tending fire-adapted landscapes. 

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Findings from CA CSA farmer survey

Findings from CA CSA farmer survey

Check out the findings from a survey of over 100 CSA farmers throughout California, including type of production, business models, demographics, retention rates, labor, finances and more.

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