I remember clearly the day I stepped into the role of president at Ag Innovations almost 13 years ago. My good friend and mentor, Michael Dimock, had handed me the reins so he could move to create great things at Roots of Change. I knew one thing then that is still true today. The work of Ag Innovations mattered and was worth fighting for. In the more than a decade since, Ag Innovations has worked at the heart of food and agricultural issues from pesticides to land use, from farm bill to farm stands--always with same promise, we help unstick stuck problems. Today I have the honor of passing the reins to the next generation at Ag Innovations.
- Firesmart Lake Sonoma Community Workshops
- Creating a Movement
- Changes At Ag Innovations
- Peering Ahead Into 2018
- Ag Innovations receives $100,000 grant from PG&E to conduct Innovation Labs around forests, fire in Lake Sonoma
- CRAE Writes Recommendations on US Farm Bill 2018