Seventy three vendors and more than 200 volunteers helped 4000 students learned about agriculture at SCFB’s Ag Days this year, and SCFB hopes that many students will take that knowledge home and share it with family and friends.
Where’s the Crab?
As you wander through the pages of this month’s Farm News you will no doubt either recall your personal experience from attending, or learn about what you missed from the 28th annual Great Sonoma Crab and Wine Fest.
This year the Farm Bureau Foundation will award more than $110,000 in scholarships to Sonoma County students pursuing higher education in agriculture.
April means asparagus is at its best and this side dish is great with almost any main course. The Meyer lemon from our grandpa’s tree inspired the sauce with fresh dill and everyone’s favorite, creamy butter. Look for firm but tender stalks with bright green color and closed tips.
Farm Bureau Wine Discounts
Take a look at Sonoma County Farm Bureau's Member Only Wine Discount Program. Download the PDF page and take it when you taste.
Throughout Sonoma County, the name Groverman is synonymous with a veterinarian who has dedicated his life to the county’s agricultural community. Dr. Fred Groverman, 83, has spent a lifetime as a beloved animal veterinarian.
Fees in Agriculture
Back when both the Denner Ranch and Farm Bureau began, regulation, licenses and fees were almost nonexistent. Even when my father Warren started his own business in Graton in 1964, these were few and far between.
Four Seasons Vineyard Mgmt
Victor Trentadue has been farming his entire life. He was born into a farming family which was growing cherries and apricots in San Jose.
Russian River Confluence
On Friday, March 24, a diverse group of stakeholders from Mendocino and Sonoma counties will gather at Santa Rosa Junior College’s Shone Farm in Forestville to launch a multi-generational plan to enhance and revitalize the Russian River watershed.
SCFB Business Members
Farm Bureau's Business Members are a network of agriculture friendly businesses who support Farm Bureau in protecting Sonoma County agriculture.