Advocating for Agriculture
The Dutton Family has been farming in Sonoma County for more than five generations. Steve and Joe Dutton, brothers and co-owners of Dutton Ranch, farm apples and winegrapes on their home ranch in Graton.
Our Farms in the Fight
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.
Hannah Lipman Hired
Hannah Lipman, a Santa Rosa native, has been hired as SCFB’s intern for 2017. Lipman graduated from Santa Rosa High School in June 2016 where she was heavily involved in the agriculture program.
Roasted Winter Vegetables
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. They’re extremely simple, but full of flavor.
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.
The Ryan Ranch, between Bodega and Occidental, is nearing its 130-year anniversary. Founded in 1887 by Andrew Fitzpatrick, the ranch was originally purchased to harvest lumber and raise dairy cattle.
Big Boots to Fill
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.
Steve Olson Honored
Family, community, agriculture and education are all words that describe Steve Olson, an influential member of the agricultural community. Olson’s lifetime dedication to Sonoma County has earned him the Spirit of Sonoma Award.
Wilson Offers Scholarships
Scholarships of $750 to $2,000 will be awarded to children of Sonoma County vineyard workers. Scholarships are open to high school seniors and to students enrolled in a college, trade or technical school.
SCFB Business Members
Farm Bureau's Business Members are a network of agriculture friendly businesses who support Farm Bureau in protecting Sonoma County agriculture.