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As you may have seen in the FarmsReach blog, The Farmers Guild is striking out as a new non-profit org, and we need everyone's help to keep building community one Guild at a time! We've launched a Barnraiser campaign to help us kick start the organization. Please take a second to check out the video. For the price of a beer you can help make sure that this resource keeps going! There are also lots of fun rewards for donating at a higher levels.

https://www.barnraiser.us/projects/the-farmers-guild-building-a-community-of-free-farmers-one-guild-at-a-time

In Topics Soil Fertility Management, Seed & Planting, Marketing & Sales, Growing Structures: Greenhouses, Hoop Houses, etc., Funding Opportunities, Farmland Conservation, Sales & Estate Planning, Beginning Farmers & Ranchers, Weather & Climate Change, News & Events, Anything Goes

In General FarmsReach community, Mendocino Farmers Guild, North Coast Farmers Guild: Sebastopol, Sonoma Valley Farmers Guild, Yolo Farmers Guild, California FarmLink, Central Coast Farmers, CA Women, Food and Agriculture Network, Nevada County Guild, Guild Raisers

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07/09/14
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  |  The Farmers Guild  |  San Francisco, CA commented

Check out The Farmers Guild in Civil Eats today! http://civileats.com/2014/07/21/grower-social-the-farmers-guild/

07/21/14 9:27 AM

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The Farmers Guild is working in partnership with the Grange to build a scholarship fund to to sustain sustainable agriculture by offering financial assistance to farmers and ranchers for continued education in the fields of land stewardship, animal husbandry, marketing, soil science, business planning, water conservation and other skills that promote their success as food producers.

We're building a list of educational programs, conferences, and other continuing education opportunities that support this goal, and we're looking for your suggestions.

What would you like to do if you had some extra support? Please share what programs that you think should be included in the list in the comments section!

In Topics Funding Opportunities, Farmland Conservation, Sales & Estate Planning, Beginning Farmers & Ranchers, Women in Agriculture, News & Events, Anything Goes

In General FarmsReach community, Mendocino Farmers Guild, North Coast Farmers Guild: Sebastopol, Sonoma Valley Farmers Guild, Yolo Farmers Guild, Nevada County Guild

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03/04/14

Slow Food USA is accepting applications for Terra Madre 2014 delegates! The deadline to apply is March 23rd.

This year, the theme of Terra Madre and Salone del Gusto is food diversity as an alternative to industrial agriculture, especially as expressed through Slow Food’s Ark of Taste and Presidia projects . The events also will closely coordinate with the International Year of the Family Farmer. The Slow Food USA delegation will celebrate the immense human and cultural diversity present in the US. Thus farmers and producers of Ark of Taste products, as well as people of color, youth, immigrants and native peoples, are especially encouraged to apply.

California will be nominating 20 delegates. The benefits of being a delegate include free admission, housing, food, and ground transportation during the event, as well as an opportunity to showcase your work at Slow Food USA-sponsored booths and events.

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In Topics Funding Opportunities, Beginning Farmers & Ranchers, News & Events, Anything Goes

In Mendocino Farmers Guild, North Coast Farmers Guild: Sebastopol, Sonoma Valley Farmers Guild, Yolo Farmers Guild, Nevada County Guild

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02/28/14

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  |  Lockewood Acres  |  Vacaville, CA commented

Deal Evan! It should only take a month to get you on track with what i have got going and i might not come back. Only thing is i will only be able to pay you in vegetables. :)

02/28/14 12:29 PM

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