Solano County

Solano County Programs

4-H Program
Helping young people discover and develop their potential by providing a wide variety of educational and enrichment experiences.


Master Gardener
Providing information, problem-solving expertise and educational opportunities about home gardening to Solano County residents.


Youth Development
Working to provide young people with the opportunity to develop the skills needed to become productive, contributing members of our society.


Nutrition, Family and Consumer Science
Offering opportunities to enhance the quality of living by providing resources that support self-sufficiency.


Fruits and Nuts
Welcome to the fruit and nuts program! Information is disseminated through timely newsletters, grower commodity meetings and applied research and demonstration trials. Principal commodities in the counties are walnuts, almonds, dried plums, prunes, pears and apricots.


Community Development
Presenting information on programs and projects within Solano County communities. Check out current information on local public forums, youth exchanges, and additional website links to other community development initiatives.


Children and Weight Coalition of Solano County
Working to improve the health and well-being of children and their families.


Livestock and Natural Resources
Supporting livestock producers and managers of natural resources in rangeland areas with professional research and advice.


Field Crops
Offering information on crops such as corn, wheat, and safflower.


Vegetable Crops
Supporting growers, handlers, and marketers of a wide variety of produce.

Contact Solano County

Kitty Burnett
Office Coordinator
501 Texas Street
First Floor
Fairfield , California  94533-4498
Phone: (707) 784-1317
Fax: (707) 429-5532


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Solano County, California

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