Sonoma County

Sonoma County Programs

The Horticulture Program is an educational and scientific research program that is responsive to the needs of the commercial tree fruit, berry, and vegetable farmers of Sonoma County.


Integrated Pest Management
Information about arthropod pests of vineyards and pome fruit in the North Coast of California.


Marine Science/Sea Grant
Marine Advisors in UC Cooperative Extension help identify and solve coastal and marine resource problems. We apply and transfer research information to solve practical problems for a wide variety commercial and industrial businesses as well as recreation, education, and conservation user groups.


Livestock and Range Management
Providing professional research and advice to support range livestock producers and rangeland managers.


Master Gardener
Trained volunteers provide advice and support for local gardeners.


Specialty Crops
PAUL VOSSEN. OLIVES, apples, other tree fruits, berries, nuts, vegetables, cut flowers, Christmas trees, sustainable agriculture, small-scale farms and organic production.


Disseminates research based information on winegrape production to growers.


Sudden Oak Death
Focuses on the plant pathogen Phytophthora ramorum which causes Sudden Oak Death.


Watershed Management
The Watershed Management Program provides scientifically based education to maintain viable natural resource management and agricultural production while conserving, protecting, and restoring watershed functions


Youth Development
Working collaboratively with community and statewide partners to provide young people with the opportunity to develop the relationships and competencies they will need to become productive and contributing members of our community/society.


Contact Sonoma County

Lisa Bell
Agricultural Program Assistant
133 Aviation Boulevard
Suite 109
Santa Rosa , California  95403-2894
Phone: (707) 565-2050
Fax: (707) 565-2623


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Sonoma County, California

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