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    Local Food Access and Farms

    Shelter-in-Place Response: CSAs Accepting Sign-Ups

    Other Community Resources for Supporting Local Farms & Businesses

    CAFF/The Farmers Guild: Clearinghouse of tips, resources, and guidelines for agricultural producers impacted by shelter-in-place.
    CropMobster Exchange: Online community for sharing and trading resources, food, and supplies.
    Edible Marin & Wine Country Distance Dining: A continually updated lists of restaurants that are offering takeout and delivery in the Sonoma, Marin & Napa counties.
    F.E.E.D. Sonoma F.E.E.D. Bin: Weekly organic farm-direct produce boxes available for order online; sources all food from local organic farmers. Local farmers can also register to be participate.
    Go Local Directory: Searchable database of Sonoma County businesses offering online orders.
    Petaluma Bounty Food Resource Guide: Where to find food in Petaluma, including free meals and groceries, meals for seniors, farmers markets, grocery stores, restaurants, and CSA. Also includes resources for farmers, CalFresh/WIC customers, and people who are undocumented.
    Press Democrat: Directory of North Bay businesses open during shelter-in-place, by category.
    Rooting Resilience Food: Resources for the Bay Area during the Coronavirus pandemic.
    Sonoma County Farm Bureau: Offering the latest policy and information about coronavirus impacts to local agriculture, including info on unemployment.
    Sonoma Family Meal: Working with local farmers, restaurants, and community food organizations to support local farms and feed the underserved populations. Accepting donations.
    Sonoma West: Directory of local businesses offering takeout, curbside pickup, and online shipping.

    Key Public Health & Government COVID-19 Resources

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: COVID-19 guidance and information
    California Department of Public Health: COVID-19 guidance and information from the State of California
    California Department of Food & Agriculture: Food safety guidelines and information related to COVID-19
    County of Sonoma: COVID-19 emergency response and information
    Small Business Association: Emergency loans and information for small businesses affected by COVID-19

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    Re: Local Food Access and Farms

    Kokopelli Farm continues to plant and prepare for the start of the organic berry season, which is from early June into August. I have farmed at this sight for the last 30 years.

    I also have my first person planting here on our farm, which is slightly South of Sebastopol, up from Hardcore Coffee. We are allowing some people to plant here on Kokopelli Farm. We also have some free raspberry starts at this time, if you might want to dig them up and check us out, in case that might interest you. Please do not respond online, but call me at 829-8185, to find a time to check us out.
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