The IVOF&G is an innovative partnership program with years of dedicated collaboration and decades of collective community experience among these partners:

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CollegeofMarinLogo-e1372356743825-lc0d81o1e1pnidh6ol90npe1rjehamnc8cggejryquCollege of Marin provides the land, curriculum, and teaching faculty for the program, as well as Federal Work Study positions for low-income young adults participating in education and career support.


ccnb logo_webConservation Corps North Bay, the oldest local community conservation corps in the country, manages the daily operations of the Farm and provides education, job training, conservation and other programs for our community’s underserved youth ages 18-25.


Marin_Master_Gardeners_webucceUniversity of California Cooperative Extension and Marin Master Gardeners offer essential access to the North Bay’s vibrant farming community and serve as a vital link to an extensive community of lifetime learners.


TCC_logoThe Cultural Conservancy, which works to restore Native earth-based cultural traditions and ways of knowing, joined the partnership in 2013 to help preserve and enhance Traditional Ecological Knowledge and to develop greater ethnobotanical knowledge among local residents, particularly youth.