Technology and Farming
Ridgely Evers was born in Cleveland, Ohio and moved to Palo Alto, Calif. as a teenager. He has spent the last 49 years writing code in the Silicon Valley, often known as “the guy who created QuickBooks”. Now, Evers is also the driving force behind DaVero, known around the world for their high-quality olive oil and Italian wines.
There’s a photographer at our ranch today. Jamie, a brilliant and talented young horse woman has decided to have some pictures taken with her two greatest loves, Kendall and Lily; both horses of course. The shots of Kendall, one of 12 rescued horses in our program, show Jamie beaming by her side.
During LeBallister’s Seed and Fertilizer’s busy time of the year, customers can find three generations working for the family-run business. The business is primarily managed by Kelly Boyer with help from her father Tom Hendrickson who started the business.
Through the 80’s and into the early 00’s, efforts to conserve threatened and endangered species on western rangelands often meant removing livestock ranching. However, research findings have supported the continuation of livestock grazing to some rangelands.
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.
One year ago in October I began serving as Executive Director for Sonoma County Farm Bureau. At that time I could never have imagined what was in store for the next year.Now looking back over the past twelve months, I am thankful for all of the support that I have received from the exceptional staff and leadership of this organization.
New Home for Farm Bureau
It is with great excitement that I can say Farm Bureau is has found a new home. It has taken years of discussion and research, but we are proud to say we will be moving our offices to 3589 Westwind Boulevard near the Sonoma County Airport. I want to thank everyone for all of the effort that went into researching our office options.
Butternut Squash Soup
This butternut squash soup is our first course at Thanksgiving dinner and it’s always a big hit, but is just as yummy all winter long. We roast the squash the day before to save time and it’s ready to chop and add to the soup. Tip: Roasting the squash whole makes it easy cut-up.
Open Burn Program Training
How can you burn cleaner and revitalize the soil? Join us to become familiar with local reps, the various allowable burn types, when each is permitted, air district programs to help your business and conservation burn solutions to promote clean air and healthy soil environments.
SCFB Business Members
Farm Bureau's Business Members are a network of agriculture friendly businesses who support Farm Bureau in protecting Sonoma County agriculture.