Sonoma County is famous for both the quality of our food from fruits and vegtables to meat and dairy - and the exceptional wines made from grapes grown in the perfect combination of soil and climate.
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|2019-07-15Jul 15, 2019
Sonoma County officials discovered more than 9,000 unpermitted cannabis plants and a hash oil lab during a raid of a property in unincorporated Santa Rosa on Friday. Permit Sonoma has shut down 863 cannabis sites over the past two years as part of the county's on-going efforts to crack down on illegal cannabis production operations.
|2019-04-04Apr 4, 2019
Students pursuing careers in agriculture are invited to apply for a chance to be recognized for their achievements. These awards not only offer prize money, but they provide visibility and public recognition for exceptional contributions in our communities. The Sonoma-Marin Fair gives away about $35k dollars each year in award money and scholarships for those who apply and participate.
|2019-06-27Jun 27, 2019
A new report finds that a state-funded nutrition program showed promise in its first year. The Medically Tailored Meals pilot project aims to improve the health of low-income Californians living with chronic illnesses including heart disease through improved nutrition.
|2019-06-03Jun 3, 2019
The most beautiful smile in the world has been debated for centuries. Could the most beautiful smile be the smile of desire? The smile of contentment? The smile of victory? The smile of a muse has inspired men for centuries and one of the world’s most famous smiles, The Mona Lisa smile, will forever be a beguiling curiosity. But all these smiles pale in comparison the best smile of all. The one smile that rules all others. That smile is … the Sonoma County Strawberry Patch Smile!
|2019-05-30May 30, 2019
Of course, some people have great luck with farming, but I don’t believe anyone will tell you it’s an easy life. Every child in my mother’s family did farm chores. The youngest at age three fed the chickens and hunted for eggs. The oldest helped their father feed the cows and do the daily milking. My mother recalls a year they planted eight sacks of potatoes and only grew eight sacks of potatoes! That was a hunger year. My grandmother Alice Baker worked as a sharecropper at the age of 12 with her four siblings. When her children were small on the Homestead, she taught them not to greedily fill their stomachs. She led them in saying grace and leaving food so that the whole family would get enough to eat. In other words, eat to live not live to eat. So, I congratulate Cotati for their vision and follow-through on Veronda-Falletti Ranch.
|2019-05-22May 22, 2019
Sonoma County Library’sTogether at the Table program series encourages community members of all ages to come together to learn about important topics and interact and engage in a safe space. Next up on the agenda? Cannabis.
|2019-05-02May 2, 2019
Some farmer's markets are open all year (see**), but most begin in May and June as farmers across Sonoma County harvest fresh crops and bring them to market for our eating pleasure. We are blessed to live where fresh, locally-grown and produced food is readily available. Our markets teem with fruits and vegetables throughout the season, and many have locally made products from quilts to jewelry, ready-prepared food so we can enjoy a meal at the market, and even live music for entertainment.
This list is up-to-date for 2019 so if you see any market we have missed, please email@example.com so we can include every market in Sonoma County!
|2019-04-29Apr 29, 2019
The County of Sonoma is proposing changes to the Z (Accessory Dwelling Unit Exclusion) Combining District. PRMD File No. ZPE18-0001. The Sonoma County Planning Commission will hold a public hearing to review the proposed amendments and make its recommendation to the Board of Supervisors.
|2019-04-04Apr 4, 2019
Although orchids are often thought of as exotic, expensive, temperamental and hard to grow, it is possible to grow the beautiful flowers in your home. The Sonoma County Orchid Society will show you how.
|2019-04-04Apr 4, 2019
On April 16, the Board of Supervisors will decide whether to direct Permit Sonoma to address the severe compatibility problems with cannabis cultivation in rural neighborhoods. In order to solve this contentious question, the supervisors need to acknowledge the fundamental problem.
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