Center for Land-Based Learning
The Center for Land-Based Learning's mission is to inspire and motivate people of all ages, especially youth, to promote a healthy interplay between agriculture, nature and society through their own actions and as leaders in their communities.
The Center for Land-Based Learning envisions a world where there is meaningful appreciation and respect for our natural environment and for the land that produces our food and sustains our quality of life. Visit http://landbasedlearning.org/ to learn more about the Center for Land-Based Learning.
Cal and Aubrianne are alumni of the California Farm Academy, Class of 2016, and are former participants in the Farm on Putah Creek, a program of the Center for Land-Based Learning, California Farm Academy Farm Business Incubator Program (2017 - 2019). Zamora Flora is thrilled to have had the opportunity to take part in this program as beginning farmers and to work alongside other Incubator Farms.
Farmer Veteran Coalition
Homegrown by Heroes
The Mission of Farmer Veteran Coalition is Mobilizing Veterans to Feed America.
Homegrown By Heroes (HBH) is the official farmer veteran branding program of America. The HBH logo serves to inform consumers that products donning the logo were produced by military veterans. The program is available to farmers, ranchers, fishermen, and value-added producers of all branches and eras of military service. - Excerpt from http://www.farmvetco.org/homegrown-by-heroes/
Tauzer Apiaries, Inc./Sola Bee Farms
We are proud to announce a partnership with Tauzer Apiaries, Inc. and Sola Bee Farms. Tauzer Apiaries, Inc. has been in the beekeeping business since 1973 when it was founded by Mark Tauzer. His son and daughter-in-law, Trevor and Claire Tauzer, now manage the day to day dealings of the apiary as well as their own brand of local raw honies: Sola Bee Farms. Sola Bee is a solar powered honey company that has been selling their delicious local honey varietals since 2011 in the greater Sacramento and San Francisco Bay areas.
We met Claire Tauzer in 2016 when we were all participating in the Center for Land-Based Learning's California Farm Academy. We quickly became friends and in 2018 Zamora Flora expanded our farmed acreage to include 1/10 acre at the Woodland headquarters of Sola Bee Farms with the intention of leaving most of our flowers to feed the bees. We look forward to many years of growing our business together!
Visit Tauzer Apiaries: http://tauzerbees.com/
Visit Sola Bee Farms: http://www.solabeefarms.com/
Floret's Farmer-Florist Collective
The Farmer-Florist Collective is a free online resource designed to connect people with local seasonal flowers no matter where they live. Every member of the Collective has pledged to highlight local, seasonal flowers and use sustainable growing and business practices whenever possible. We are thrilled to be members of this growing online community and look forward to meeting other flower farmers and flower lovers in the area! Search for flowers in your area: https://www.floretflowers.com/directory/