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Upcoming Events

Point Reyes Farmstead Farm Tour - Marin
Date: September 2, 2016

Every Friday from 1:30 - 3pm, May through October -- join us for a walking farm tour and a casual cheese tasting. You'll learn the history of our farm and agriculture in the region, the life cycle (from birth) of our closed-herd of Holsteins, what Farmstead means and why it's important to us (and you!) and how artisan cheese is made. You'll enjoy a sampling of our cheeses and have the option to visit our retail cart before you depart.

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Barrel to Bottle - Sacramento River Delta
Date: September 3, 2016

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California's farmers and ranchers invite you to visit, learn, taste and enjoy. Adventure awaits you.

UC Food Blog

Meagan Terry, left, a UC Davis researcher with the Horticulture Innovation Lab in Guatemala, discusses conservation agriculture with a Guatemalan consultant and a local youth group member. (Photo by Beth Mitcham) More irrigation for climate-smart farming and food security in Guatemala
Posted 8/30/2016 - Connecting 9,000 rural households in Guatemala with improved water management and climate-smart agriculture strategies is the goal of a new project led by a team at UC Davis, to ultimately increase food security and reduce poverty in Guatemala's Western...

(Photo: Karin Higgins/UC Davis) Mark your calendar for World Food Day events
Posted 8/15/2016 - The day for collectively taking action against global hunger is still two months away. But September and October are already shaping up as “world food months,” with a number of events connecting Californians to their food systems and the...

The farmers of Five Foot Farm. Summer farm fun
Posted 8/1/2016 - This time of year, most farmers don't get much sleep. Tomatoes, pears and peaches often ripen in the Sacramento Valley faster than the harvest crews can pick them, even working 12-hour days. But this is also the season that some farmers are happy to show...

Food bloggers gather for lunch under an ancient sycamore tree at the Elliott Pear Farm. Food bloggers visit the birthplace of integrated pest management
Posted 8/1/2016 - The San Joaquin-Sacramento River Delta is considered by local farmers to be the birthplace of integrated pest management, said Cathy Hemly of Green and Hemly farms on Randall Island. "A group of pear growers, working with ag extension, came up with...

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