Virtual Farm Tours Spotlight:
Fruit LeatherAs a continuation of our Farm to Home Lesson Series, today we learn how to make delicious, homemade fruit leather. Made with simple ingredients, this is a fun project to make with the whole family. Visit our website for a full resource guide!
Member Testimony- Mike WackmanMike Wackman has been a member of the Sacramento County Farm Bureau since 1989 and is a current Board of Director member. He is a winemaker in Elk Grove, CA and owns McConnell Estates Winery. Today he shares his Farm Bureau story and why he is a member! #MemberWednesday
Pursuant to the current health orders in Sacramento County, our office will be closed until Stay at Home Orders are lifted. We will be available by appointment to meet with members and our staff will be working remotely, so please contact us at (916) 685-6958 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay safe & healthy!
Farm Bureau in Your Community
The effects of our local farmers and ranchers can be seen in all of our communities. From urban farms in Sacramento, to strawberry stands in Folsom, and the downtown Farmers Market, we are touched by what is grown and raised right here. Family farmers continue to face economic and urban pressures and many are forced to leave the land. When family farms leave the land, the quality of our food, the health of our soil and water, and the strength of our local economy are at stake. You can help with putting the food on your fork by joining our farm community
Farm Bureau on Your Farm
Farm Bureau works to protect and promote agricultural interests throughout Sacramento County and to find solutions to the problems of the farm, the farm home, and the rural community. We strive to protect and improve the ability of farmers and ranchers engaged in production agriculture to provide a reliable supply of food and fiber through responsible stewardship of California’s resources.