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SRJC Shone Farm gets grant of up to $500,000 to support ag programs

Before he died in 2011, longtime Petaluma dairy farmer Alvin James Hansen set in place a legacy to support agricultural education programs. This week, the trustees of the Alvin James Hansen Foundation announced a $500,000 grant establishing the SRJC Shone Farm Agricultural Education Fund in collaboration with the Santa Rosa Junior College Foundation Ag Trust… Keep Reading

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Library increasing student access to resources

Sonoma County Library has expanded its Student OneCard partnership — which provides local students access to public library resources using their student ID number — to include 16 of 40 Sonoma County school districts, giving nearly 50,000 Sonoma County public school students access to library resources. The library has been working with additional districts this spring and summer to provide barrier-free access to… Keep Reading

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A la carte: Food and wine fun for early July

Take home barbecue to benefit Sonoma County Farm Bureau Due to COVID-19, the Sonoma County Farm Bureau is unable to host its annual Love of the Land event supporting and celebrating the local farm community. However, ag supporters can still enjoy a socially distanced barbecue by preordering a dinner for four or eight people to… Keep Reading

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How to celebrate July 4 without big fireworks shows in Sonoma County

It’s going to be a different kind of Fourth of July this year. As concerns about the coronavirus continue and health orders ban mass gatherings, major annual public fireworks displays have been canceled. But that doesn’t mean folks won’t celebrate in their own way, though the festivities may be quieter, smaller and at home. We… Keep Reading

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