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Nevada County Captures: Sierra Harvest Sustainable Food & Farm Conference field day presentation

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The Sierra Harvest Sustainable Food & Farm Conference had its first field day presentation on Feb. 3 at Richard's Grassfed Beef Ranch. Molly Nakahara, Sierra Harvest Farm Institute Director, welcoming the guests.
Submitted by Sandra Boyd
Carrie Richards, Daniel Prelip and their children of Richard's Grassfed Beef (4th and 5th generation of the ranch).
Submitted by Sandra Boyd
Chris Paulus (retired Cal Fire battalion chief) giving the lesson on the use of "Prescribed Fire" on farms and ranches.
Submitted by Sandra Boyd
Chester loving the clover!
Submitted by Cathy Anderson-Meyers
Blue heron in Nevada County.
Submitted by Annita Kasparian
Adore your valentine with Daphne odora. Happy Valentine's Day.
Submitted by Michael Rugge
Ready to ride!
Submitted by Roxanne Rizzonelli

 

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