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PROTECT

Protecting agricultural lands from overregulation ensuring that someone is always in your corner and fighting for your rights.

PROMOTE

Promoting local agriculture to keep it viable for future generations by starting positive conversations about agriculture in Sonoma County and beyond.

EDUCATE

Educating the public about agriculture grows trust and respect and teaches tomorrow’s leaders the importance of agriculture.

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In the News

Sonoma County Sisters Growing Together Through Agriculture

Alina and Suzanne Amaral grew up in Sonoma and were very involved in the agricultural community. After graduating with a doctorate degree and teaching credential, the sisters have moved back to Sonoma County to start their professional careers as a veterinarian and an ag teacher.

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Tunzi Family: 119 Years of Farming in Roblar

Six generations of the Tunzi family have grown up in Southern Sonoma County. Many of the six generations have two things in common: raising cattle and attending the small Dunham School in Roblar. The Tunzi family immigrated to America from Switzerland in 1882.

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2017 Ends with Transition and a Call for One Ag Voice in 2018

Happy New Year to you all! Now that 2017 is closed out, I am sure that we are all happy to put it in the past. It will be remembered as quite a year – starting with historic rainfall and flooding which signaled an end to the four-year drought and finishing with the most devastating firestorm ever experienced in Sonoma County.

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Farm Bureau Foundation’s New Year Message 2018

Why not! We have all the right ingredients: top-notch farmers and ranchers, and dynamic SRJC, SSU, and UCCE. Our high schools and elementary schools are enthusiastic about agriculture thanks to the activities of 4-H, FFA, YF&R, and the FB’s Ag Education Committee.

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John Azevedo Honored with Spirit of Sonoma Award

Past Farm Bureau President John Azevedo received the Spirit of Sonoma Award on December 8th. The event, sponsored by the Sonoma County Economic Development Board was held at the Double Tree Hotel in Rohnert Park. Azevedo was recognized alongside 19 other recipients at the 17th annual awards ceremony.

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Tawny Tesconi Hired as Interim Executive Director of Sonoma County Farm Bureau

Tawny Tesconi has been hired as the Interim Executive Director for Sonoma County Farm Bureau.

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Retiring My Jacket

High school is typically no one’s favorite time in life unless you’re just weird or crazy or you find something to make you want to come back into school each day.

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Ag Leader to Remember

A mass for Al Gerhardt will be held at St. Phillips Church in Occidental at 1 p.m. on Friday January 12th. A reception will be held at 3 p.m. at Sonoma County Farm Bureau (3589 Westwind Blvd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403).

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