We invite you to attend or be a sponsor of our exciting event, the 23rd Annual Progressive Dinner. This event supports agricultural education in Santa Cruz County and the Pajaro Valley. The Progressive Dinner is held at three unique agriculture “sites” and includes a raffle as well as silent and live auctions. This year’s event … Continue reading “23rd Annual Progressive Dinner”
Santa Cruz County Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers 11th Annual Testicle Festival Fundraiser Barbeque “Do they really taste like chicken?” Saturday, August 24, 2019 Estrada Deer Camp 194 Hazel Dell Rd., Watsonville 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM Hors d’oeuvres: Rocky Mountain Oysters – All you can eat! Dinner: Chicken, Salads, Bread & Dessert Ticket … Continue reading “11th Annual Testicle Festival”
The first 11 Down to Earth Women’s (DEW) luncheons were outstanding successes. We originally planned an event for 100 women who are in agriculture and/or support the farming community. Each year we are overwhelmed with the response which has consistently exceeded that goal. Last year we had over 330 women! We are planning the 12th … Continue reading “12th Annual Down to Earth Women Luncheon”
Focus Agriculture is Agri-Culture’s “first-in-the-nation” educational program. It is an opportunity for community leaders to participate in a nine-session intensive program acquiring knowledge about a broad spectrum of agriculture. The once-a-month day-long seminars, including farm tours and hands-on experience, cover such topics as: Production and labor Ethnic groups in agriculture Government relations and politics Regional … Continue reading “Accepting Applications for Focus Agriculture Class 30”
Annual luncheon supports education and scholarship programs
It was announced that Lance Greig of San Juan Bautista won the “It’s All in the Sauce” contest at the 7th Annual Testicle Festival held in Watsonville on Saturday, September 26th.
Three daughters of JJ Crosetti, Jr. are establishing an endowment fund in his honor to provide scholarships and local farming grants.
The 8th Annual Down to Earth Women (DEW) Luncheon, held on Thursday, May 14, 2015 at Driscoll’s Rancho Corralitos in Watsonville, had a record attendance – over 300 women!
Focus Agriculture is Agri-Culture’s “first-in-the-nation” educational program for community leaders to participate in an intensive program about agriculture.
The educational organization, Agri-Culture, held its 18th Annual Progressive Dinner on October 25th.
Tony Colee of Redondo Beach won the “It’s All in the Sauce” contest at the 6th Annual Testicle Festival held in Watsonville.
Teaching educators about the diversity of agricultural jobs in the Pajaro Valley