The Farmers Overalls

KWMR Radio

July 15, 2019

A round table conversation regarding what’s facing our farming community in W. Marin and our near neighbors, talking about the farms’ strengths and weaknesses with Jamison Watts of Marin Agricultural Land Trust and others.

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Marin Farmers are Back on the Land

Marin Magazine

June 21, 2019

A key player in the salvation of local farming is MALT (Marin Agricultural Land Trust), a member-supported nonprofit that helps farmers hang on to their land by purchasing agricultural conservation easements.

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Measure A Keeps Preserving Farms and Ranches

POST News Group

June 13, 2019

County awards grant to Marin Agricultural Land Trust to preserve ranchland. Marin County Parks understands the value of farming and ranching to the local economy and to Marin’s history. Over the past five years, Parks has awarded 12 grants to help purchase agricultural conservation easements to preserve over 7,000 acres of working farms and ranches through…

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Marin land preservation trust adds 758-acre ranch

Marin Independent Journal

June 9, 2019

With help from the county, the Marin Agricultural Land Trust has moved a step closer to reaching its goal of protecting 100,000 acres of Marin’s farmland, nearly all of Marin’s remaining private farmland, by 2040.

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Farmers Fresh Hour


May 30, 2019

Loren Poncia of Stemple Creek Ranch, on the history of Stemple Creek Ranch and Marin Agricultural Land Trust. 

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Farmers market debuts in downtown Tomales

Point Reyes Light

May 29, 2019

The market will also feature informational tables from local organizations, with the goal of educating marketgoers on equity, access and sustainability. Marin Agricultural Land Trust will have a table, and in the future, Mr. Frye hopes to see groups like 4-H, Tomales High School or CalFresh with their own.

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New farmers market coming to Tomales

Marin Independent Journal

May 20, 2019

A new farmers markets is set to launch in Tomales on June 1.The market will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays from June to October at Highway 1 and First Street. Local vendors will include Tomales Farmstead Creamery, Hands Full Farm, Bodega Bay Oyster Co., Stemple Creek, Folly Cheese, the Croft at…

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Marin eyes ranch purchase near Novato’s Mount Burdell

Marin Independent Journal

May 14, 2019

Sam Dolcini, who serves on the boards of the Marin County Farm Bureau and the Marin Agricultural Land Trust, said, “I understand and completely appreciate this is a big reach, and we in the agricultural community look forward to the opportunity to help shorten that reach with our support.”

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