The North Coast Soil Hub has been supported by the following partners

Federal Partners

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education

State Partners

California Department of Food and Agriculture, California Wildlife Conservation Board, GrizzlyCorps, UC Cooperative Extension, UC Davis, UC SAREP

Local Partners

Chico State University Center for Regenerative Agriculture and Resilient Systems, MarinCAN, Marin County Department of Agriculture, Napa Valley College, North Bay Climate Action Initiative, Oregon State University, Santa Rosa Junior College, Sonoma County Ag and Open Space District, Sonoma County Climate Action and Resiliency Division, Sonoma County Department of Agriculture, Sonoma Regional Climate Protection Authority, Sonoma State University

Nonprofit and Private Partners

Agricultural Institute of Marin, Anderson Valley Winegrowers Association, California Association of Resource Conservation Districts, California Climate and Agriculture Network, CA Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance, Carbon Cycle Institute, Clover Sonoma, Community Alliance with Family Farmers, Conservation Works, Fibershed, Lake County Winegrape Commission, Marin Agricultural Land Trust, Mendocino Winegrowers Inc, Mendo/Lake Food Hub, Napa Green, Napa Valley Grapegrowers, Napa Valley Vintners, Napa County Farmworker Foundation, National Association of Conservation Districts, Organic Valley Co-op, Point Blue Conservation Science, Rumiano Cheese Company, Soil Health Institute, Sonoma County Farm Bureau, Sonoma County Winegrowers, Sonoma Valley Vintners and Growers Alliance, Sonoma Marin Pasture Club, Straus Family Creamery, Zero Foodprint

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