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When producers witness firsthand the benefits of new approaches to resource management and farming practices, it encourages quicker adoption of these practices in similar operations throughout California. Modeled after a number of other very successful and highly impactful farm networks throughout the U.S. The CFDN was established through a locally-led effort to increase the adoption of economically viable resource conservation practices in California’s agricultural systems.
Taught by farmers, for farmers, these innovative practices have the potential to improve soil health, water conservation, and overall sustainability..
The demonstration events are hosted by actual California farmers working with trusted agricultural technical assistance providers from the CFDN network: Resource Conservation Districts, Farm Bureaus, UC Cooperative Extension, and the Natural Resources Conservation Service, California Alliance of Family Farms, and many others.
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