Saturday, August 17, 2019
11:30am Keeping Backyard Goats with Laurie Smith of Red Rose Half Acre
12:30pm Acorn Project, Tribal Youth Ambassadors
1:30pm Native Foodways~ Clark Wolf interviews Melissa Nelson and Maya Harjo, of The Cultural Conservancy
2:30pm Last of the Vaudeville Cowboys, Sourdough Slim
3:30pm Mini Music with Ali and Warren Mann
Sunday, August 18, 2019
10:45am Living with Llamas – Marlys Green
11:30am Presentation with Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue
12:30pm All About Dairy Goats & Milking with Scott Bice of Redwood Hill Farm ~ Capracopia
1:30pm Farm Trails’ Female Farmers~ Clark Wolf interviews: Ariana Mazzuchi of Casari Ranch; Caiti Hachmeyer of Red H Farm; Daniele Strawn of JoLee Blooms; Ellen Cavalli of Tilted Shed Ciderworks; and Phebe Sorensen
2:30pm Chicken Keeping and your Carbon Footprint with Franchesca Duval of Alchemist Farm
3:30pm Mr. Music Singalong for Kids
4:30pm Sheep Shearing with Joe Pozzi of Pozzi Ranch & Matt Bean (shearer)
Indigenous foods, eco-friendly farming, goat milking, sheep shearing and lots of your favorite farm critters: these are a few treats in store for you at the Life on the Farm Arena, sponsored by the Farm Bureau.
Climate change and food-related health are hot topics, and farmers practicing sustainable & regenerative agriculture are at the forefront of transitioning into a more positive future. As the Gravenstein Apple Fair celebrates this year’s “Farmers Forever” theme, Life on the Farm showcases some of our innovative local farmers sharing stories and tips on what they do best.
Our presenters are about more than producing healthy, locally-grown food – they go to great lengths to create a positive ecological impact. Visit us to get pro tips on eco-friendly and humane practices while getting up close and personal with our furry & feathered farm friends.