North Coast Farmer Workshop Series
What is the North Coast Farmer Workshop Series?
TheNorth Coast Farmer Workshop Seriesis a combination of free in-person and online workshops taking place in summer/fall 2022, which will feature a variety of speakers, locations, and cover a wide range of agricultural topics. This workshop series is being put on by Conservation Works in partnership with the Community Alliance of Family Farmers (CAFF) with grant funding from the California Dept. of Food and Agriculture (CDFA). These workshops will give beginning, small and underserved producers the opportunity to engage with other farmers, ranchers, and technical assistance providers in a relaxed environment, ask questions regarding workshop topics, and connect with their regional farming network. Please see below for more information on individual workshops.
What is the Cultivating Commerce Program?
Conservation Work’s Cultivating Commerce Program provides support to small, beginning and underserved producers in Northern California through sharing resources and education on topics like ecological farming practices, business planning, grant funding, and more. This is accomplished through FREE educational workshops, online resources, and farmer to farmer training opportunities.
About Conservation Works?
Conservation Works is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that engages in environmental education, conservation, and outreach to help foster sustainable communities in Sonoma, Marin, Mendocino, and Lake Counties.