Our quarterly publication is full of curated and self-published articles sharing our experience, achievements, noteworthy field news, helpful tips, tutorials, and more.
The North Coast Soil Hub is an agriculturally focused network that addresses region-specific needs, successes, and challenges. Our coordinating and advising team is made up of Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs), Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) Field Offices, University of California Cooperative Extension Farm Advisers & Researchers, Santa Rosa Junior College educators, the Carbon Cycle Institute, industry organizations and associations, and most importantly North Coast agriculturists!
To meet the demand for knowledge about how to build and maintain healthy soils, the North Coast Soil Hub is a network that includes: farmer-to-farmer workshops, long-term experimental demonstrations, technical services, educational resources, and this website as an information sharing platform.
The North Coast Soil Hub is coordinated by a group of Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs). RCDs are local government agencies founded after the 1930’s Dust Bowl to assist farmers and ranchers with soil and water conservation. To read more about RCDs, please visit: https://carcd.org/
2776 Sullivan Road
Sebastopol, CA 95472
Call: (707) 823-5244
5630 South Broadway
Eureka, CA 95503
Call: (707) 442-6058
889 Lakeport Blvd
Lakeport, CA 95453
Call: (707) 263-4180
80 4th Street, Suite 202
Point Reyes Station, CA 94956
Call: (415) 663-1170
410 Jones Street, Suite C-3
Ukiah, CA 95482
Call: (707) 462-3664
1303 Jefferson Street, Suite 500B
Napa, CA 94559
Call: (707) 252-4188 (x100)
1221 Farmers Lane, Suite F
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Call: (707) 569-1448
Directly support producers in making decisions that promote soil health and diverse agroecosystems, improve agricultural production, and sequester carbon, in a way that is rooted in the unique needs and challenges of the region.
Provide educational resources and opportunities for peer-to-peer learning for producers and ag professionals to share and learn together.
Improve understanding of how soil health practices can be successfully implemented in the region through applied research and innovation.
Advance regional carbon farming efforts to support the role of agriculture as part of the solution to climate change.
Serve and represent our communities in a way that uplifts and values diverse perspectives, backgrounds, needs, knowledge systems, and visions for the future.