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The California Farm2Food Program supports Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) and women small-scale farmers and food entrepreneurs by providing practical tools and knowledge to increase income stability and resilience to unpredictable market events.

Research shows that value-added production, the act of processing raw agricultural goods into finished products such as food or beverage products, can increase farmers’ profitability, increase the shelf stability of products, expand the market season, increase farm visibility, and allow them to enter new markets.

The Farm2Food California Program immerses participants in a community of experts and peers while working through modules that take the uncertainty out of diversifying  production. Best of all: all the tools and knowledge can apply to your current production. Learn more and register today.

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