Sonoma County Food System Alliance
The Sonoma County Food System Alliance (SCFSA) is a county-based coalition of diverse stakeholders working to improve our food system through community engagement and collective action. Convened through a partnership between Ag Innovations and the County of Sonoma in 2009, the Alliance is a powerful tool to bring our community together to target food system issues and creating quality ideas that lead to effective action.
The SCFSA is committed to the long-term process necessary to achieve system-wide change and will continue to leverage partnerships and strategic opportunities to reach the goals outlined in the Food Action Plan. The project receives primary funding support from the Sonoma County Department of Health Service’s Health Action Initiative.
Food Action Plan Inventory Project
Jan 07, 2016 -
Ag Innovations is collecting information on local initiatives to create an inventory of the current landscape of food system initiatives and progress made against each of the FAP goals. Take the survey here!Read More »
SCFSA Sponsorship Package
Jan 04, 2016 -
SCFSA 2016 Sponsorship Package: Become a sponsor today!Read More »
2016 Sonoma County Food Forum
Jan 04, 2016 -
March 17, 2016, 8:30am to 2:30pm at the Wells Fargo Center For the Arts in Santa Rosa. We invite you to join your fellow community leaders to celebrate accomplishments and help shape the next phase of the Food Action Plan.Read More »
Growing Our Farms Forum
Apr 07, 2015 -
Join us on April 23rd at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds for the "Growing Our Farms" forum!
The Ag & Natural Resources Team of the Sonoma County Food System Alliance will host a workshop to connect farmers and ranchers with land in Sonoma County, to share resources and explore opportunities for producers and landowners (public and private) to increase the availability of farmland for local food production.Read More »
November Salon: Finding Higher Ground
Dec 15, 2014 -
Finding Higher Ground: How local food collaboratives can become innovation enginesRead More »