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The "Working Lands" Documentary Series
Working Lands Volume I:  A History of Agriculture in  Nevada County — This film showcases the stories of twelve local families who still farm and ranch on the same land as their grandparents and great-grandparents.  It shows the struggles and joys of taking care of the lands that feed us and what well-managed lands can look like.
Working Lands Volume II:  Farming & Ranching in Nevada County — This wonderful documentary explores the economic viability, legacy, and  shared passion for small-scale agriculture as told by the people who live it every day in Nevada County. 
A unique and local gift idea!  Our beautiful 978 square miles of Nevada County has a very rich and colourful past. Our historical ranch and farmlands still have a story to tell – not only from the coming of the wild days of the American West and the Gold Rush – but of the families, homesteaders, farmers, and ranchers who still reside here. There are still places here where it is possible to catch a glimpse of the distant past.  See what Nevada County looked like both then and now in our 2018 Then & Now calendar.
$12 each (includes tax)
Buying local is about enjoying real food, grown and purchased from people you know and trust.  It's about developing a strong local economy and producing food humanely.  It's about eating seasonally, practicing the art of cooking, and sitting down to enjoy meals together.  It requires ample local producers, processors, and distributors.  Help advertise your hard-working local farmers and ranchers with this great "Where Does Your Food Come From?" hat!
$15 each (includes tax)


Help advertise a free service that can benefit livestock owners and gardeners - The Manure Exchange Program!  It's connects farmers, growers, gardeners and landowners searching for sources of local, free, manure/compost with livestock owners and managers who have excess fresh and/or composted manure. This program is a resource for the community seeking a nearby source for fresh fertilizer and a great way to recycle local natural resources!

Spruce up your classroom or office space with these great posters from Good Nature Publishing!