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The media has given lots of attention to soils recently, with numerous news outlets talking about the role soil can play in making our entire planet more vibrant and resilient to weather extremes. Charlie and Ella Hawkesd'granddaughter, Rebecca, beamed as she shook the judged' hand and received a first-place ribbon in Junior Sheep Showmanship at the Sonoma County Fair.
Her family, ringside, applauded and wore expressions of pride as they watched as the hard work their 3rd generation family member put into her 4-H project paid off. Amid a flood of concern regarding a state proposal to divert more water to the ocean, a Cabinet secretary visited two of the affected reservoirs and a Central Valley congressman offered a pair of amendments aimed at the diversions. After the devastating fires last October and the continued hardship faced by our friends in surrounding counties, there is something that feels refreshingly normal and renewing about the harvest season upon us.
Sawyer Sees Farm Animals (Personalized Book with the name Sawyer)
Urban growth boundaries, city limits and open pastures may separate city dwellers from country folk, but we should not let those physical barriers stop us from educating city leaders about agriculture. His family roots are firmly planted in the county—his daughter marks the 5th generation Frey. This event is open to growers, nurseries, pest control businesses, golf courses, parks, and government agencies. It is time to get prepared for winter and plant your cover crop.
To promote optimal growth, it is best to plant by the end of October, or sooner if possible, while the soil is still warm, and before substantial rains arrive. October marks the first anniversary of the wildfires. Sonoma County Farm Bureau Members woke on October 8, to the devastating news that the county was ablaze. As Election Day approaches on November 6, our members are starting to ask what and who Farm Bureau is supporting.
Farm Bureau has taken positions on state propositions and initiatives. It is common knowledge that electricity is one of the largest expenses in agriculture and that therefore, it is important to use energy efficiently. After years of controversy over the presence of cattle ranches and dairy farms within the Point Reyes National Seashore, advocates for keeping them there gained strong support from 2nd Hazy air drifting down from the ongoing wildfire activity up north is an unpleasant reminder of last October.
Temperatures are beginning to cool, harvest is wrapping up and the holiday season is just around the corner. Meanwhile, just 15 minutes from Downtown Santa Rosa, 35, turkeys cover the hillsides and cluster under oaks as they fill out and fatten for their debut on your Thanksgiving dinner table.
Willie Bird Turkeys are ranch raised by the Benedetti family. The goal is to ensure that local county regulations comply with the new state requirements. The proposed policy changes would go to the Regional Water Board in the spring of Farmers Lead Housing Initiatives Taking a strong position on local regulations and taxes is nothing new for Sonoma County Farm Bureau, but opposing the potential county-wide housing bond earlier this year garnered more conversation and attention than normal.
Many people were used to Farm Bureau opposing new taxes, but against housing — how could that be? For the record, farmers have been supporting workforce housing for decades including building structures to meet the growing need. Enough is enough. When are the zealots going to stop harassing farmers about farming practices in our state? Proposition 12 goes too far. Once again, the Humane Society is trying to grab headlines and get donations by airing old footage of animals in less than ideal confinement situations.
Their propaganda is exaggerated, and they sensationalize their messaging by suggesting that all farm animals are mistreated and that farmers are bad people. There is no doubt that ATL Events does. ATL Events is a family owned and operated full service production company that has been doing business in Sonoma County for over 28 years. It can be challenging enough to keep over vines per acre relatively free from the normal canopy and trunk diseases such as grapevine powdery mildew and Eutypa dieback. Those diseases are caused by infections that occur naturally after vines are planted and can be controlled with proper farming practices.
The Department has a variety of different programs to support this mission. One in particular, which safeguards not only our agricultural industry, but also our environment and natural resources, is the Pest Exclusion Program at parcel facilities. Although this past year has been eventful and trying, it has truly renewed our gratitude for this beautiful place and strong community where we live and work.
As we look back at the past year and then turn our eyes toward the future, a few words come to mind: Relationships. Everyone is concerned about housing in Sonoma County. However, many farmers and ranchers struggle to have enough farm labor. The labor shortage in Sonoma County, undoubtedly, is in part a reflection of the overall housing shortage.
With the recent increase in animal activist demonstrations, unwelcome incursions and confrontations with private property owners, the Sonoma County Farm Bureau organized a comprehensive day-long workshop on October 29 at Shone Farm to help those engaged in animal agriculture to develop effective strategies to meet this growing threat.
It is hard to believe my two-year term is nearly up. I have enjoyed working hard for an organization whose mission I care for so deeply, whose members are so worthy, and whose role in the community is growing stronger day by day. Do we need to regulate the regulators?
I think California is overregulated. I have thought this for a long time, but a new story I heard on the radio a month or so ago really drove home this notion. What do melons, Christmas crafts, and weddings all have in common? The Crane Melon Barn. The historic redwood barn on Petaluma Hill Road in Santa Rosa was built in and is where the original Crane Melons have been sold for over 80 years by six generations of Cranes.
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This is the third season traps have been deployed for this pest. Starting November 1st and continuing through the end of April, yellow panel sticky traps can be found throughout urban areas of the county in an effort to detect ACP, Diaphorina citri. Carbon Farming is a suite of agricultural practices that captures and stores carbon in plants and soils, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The key practices include applying compost on fields, planting cover crops especially perennials , reducing or eliminating tillage, and planting perennial woody plants outside of crop production areas, such as installing fence line hedgerows.
Long term carbon storage in plants and soils can be achieved through proper implementation of these practices. The Dutton Family has been farming in Sonoma County for more than five generations.
The Ryan Ranch, between Bodega and Occidental, is nearing its year anniversary. Founded in by Andrew Fitzpatrick, the ranch was originally purchased to harvest lumber and raise dairy cattle. After spending the last four years on the executive team of Sonoma County Farm Bureau with John Azevedo, I have seen firsthand the dedication and countless hours John has dedicated to Farm Bureau.
It is during this time of year that most people reflect on where they have been and what they accomplished during the prior year, and then look forward to what is ahead as far as challenges that remain and opportunities to forge a path ahead. In Farm Bureau, this process plays out at the state level across the country between the end of harvest and the Christmas holiday. We all get a little tired of cooking right after the holidays.
When the season of time consuming comfort food is over, we like to make these quick Roasted Winter Vegetables. Scholarships are open to high school seniors continuing their education and to students who are already in a college, trade or technical school. Lender, leader, rancher and agricultural visionary — not to mention benefactor and friend. Hard to believe but the agricultural wunderkind is now 61 years old. As of Jan. Sawyer came from a family with farmers on both sides, and his family still owns a ranch in the valley.
Sawyer, a co-owner of Hog Island Oyster Co.
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Summer Jeffus has been hired as the regional marketing manager for American AgCredit. Sonoma County Farm Bureau values our members and works hard to support local agriculture, keeping it viable in the county by protecting the industry from over regulation and continuing to educate the general public and farmers alike. We want to take this opportunity to share a small snippet of what Sonoma County Farm Bureau has done to protect and promote agriculture over the last year.
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