Category Archives: MCFB Events

Marin County Farm Bureau Honors George Grossi and Hal Brown

Friday night, February 24th at the Margaret Todd Center in Novato, Marin County Farm Bureau held its annual dinner where Farm Bureau members along with public officials get a chance to get together and enjoy a fabulous dinner and drinks and … Continue reading

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Annual V.I.P. Luncheon

Our annual Marin County Farm Bureau V.I.P. Luncheon took place Tuesday, October 4th, at the Pomi Ranch in Marin County.  The purpose of this luncheon is to invite our elected representatives, department heads, planning commissioners, planning staff and other agriculture related organizations … Continue reading

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Pt. Reyes Station Western Weekend

The forecast was for scattered showers, the outdoor event was Pt. Reyes Station’s Western Weekend. We lucked out, the sky didn’t even shed a drop. Western Weekend is all about an annual parade through town at noon, which lasts at … Continue reading

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Marin County Farm Day

The 25th annual Marin Farm Day  took place on March 24th at the Marin Co. Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall.    The purpose of this event is to provide hands-on educational experiences outside the classroom, including an extensive array of stations designed by … Continue reading

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MCFB Annual Dinner

Marin County Farm Bureau held its 2011 Annual Dinner on Friday, February 25 at the Margaret Todd Center in Novato, CA. Current President of MCFB, Dominic Grossi, introduced three members of Tri Valley 4H Club, Logan Pomi, Bryce Grossi and … Continue reading

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MCFB V.I.P. Luncheon

Marin County Farm Bureau held its annual  V.I.P. Luncheon.  The attendees usually include; all of Marin County’s elected representatives, many of the county department heads, planning commissioners and planning staff and many other agriculture organizations.  This is an opportunity to bring  farmers and all of the county’s elected representatives … Continue reading

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