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When Insurers Find GMOs an Extreme Risk & USDA Can’t Determine Contamination Methods, it’s Time for Sonoma County to Take Precautions

Sonoma County – Food & Ag Mecca Organic and conventional farmers in Sonoma County alike have been expressing increasing concern about how best to protect their farms and livelihoods from genetic contamination for many years. Along with allied environmentalists and a broad group of advocates and consumers, conventional farmers opposed to genetically-modified technology and their…

Join Us for the Feb. 19 Launch of Farmster Community Farming Project

via CropMobster

Join us on February 19th, at Sally Tomatoes in Rohnert Park for a Community Gathering and the Launch of Farmster’s Community Farm Project. LIVE

MUSIC, RAFFLE PRIZES, AND MUCH MORE!…
ADMISSION WILL BE $5 AT THE DOOR, WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!

Friday, February 19at 9 PM – 1 AM in PST
Sally Tomatoes
1100 Valley House Dr, Rohnert Park, California 94928

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A Message of Hope in Difficult Times – The National Heirloom Exposition Continues to Inspire

A Message of Hope in Difficult Times – The National Heirloom Exposition Continues to Inspire This report originally appeared at Positively Petaluma.   Seedsman Jere Gettle and his Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company crew have pulled off another of their annual paeans to heirloom produce and the food movement, as the fifth National Heirloom Exposition…