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Cultivated in Sonoma County

Introducing ‘Cultivated in Sonoma County,’ a video series showcasing some of the local makers and artisans who help make Sonoma County so unique.

Located 30 miles north of San Francisco, Sonoma County has a rich tapestry of artisans of all varieties. Many are part of multi-generational families who’ve made their mark on Sonoma County. Others, meanwhile, could have made their mark and mastered their craft anywhere in the world, yet have chosen Sonoma County as their home. Discover their stories below.

Featured: Farmer Leslie Wiser of Radical Family Farms

Meet Leslie Wiser, owner and operator of Radical Family Farms in Sebastopol. Radical Family Farms puts a Sonoma County spin on traditional farming by centering on inclusivity and culinary culture through their vegetables, herbs and meals produced on the farm. The chemical-free, low till farm is a tribute to Leslie's ancestry allowing her family to reconnect to their cultural heritage.

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Meet Herbalist Erin Wilkins
Erin Wilkins is bringing a Sonoma County spin to Asian American herbalism and holistic health care.
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Meet Winemaker Brad Beard
Brad Beard brings some of his favorite wines he's had around the world to the small Northern Sonoma County town of Geyserville.
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Meet Jenny and Mike Griffo
Jenny and Mike talk about what brought them to Sonoma County, and share about the community they've found here.
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