Uniting to protect & promote the future of agriculture in Sonoma County for more than 100 years
In 1917, a group of Sonoma County farmers banded together with a mission: to unify their voices to protect agriculture for future generations. Through the Sonoma County Farm Bureau, they formed farm centers around the county where they met to talk about local issues, formulate solutions and educate each other as well as the non-farming community. As the landscape in Sonoma County changed dramatically over the next 100 years, the desire to have a unified voice has remained constant. Today in Sonoma County, some of the grandchildren and great-grandchildren of these farmers continue to farm on the same land, and over the course of a century they have been joined by many other families who are passionate about Sonoma County agriculture.
To represent, protect and advance the social, economic and educational interests of the farmers and ranchers of Sonoma County.
Sonoma County Farm Bureau Board
Sonoma County Farm Bureau’s Directors are each elected to work for solutions to problems of the farm, the farm home, and the rural community. They represent the interests of farmer members in their districts in determining the policies that guide the direction and programs of the organization. Through collaboration with other specialty agriculture and commodity groups, the board strives to unite the farmers and ranchers of Sonoma County in a farm organization dedicated to promoting and protecting their common interests without regard to political or religious affiliation.
Sonoma County Farm Bureau Staff
Interested in joining one of our committees? Contact us to learn more 707-544-5575