Extension has a history of working with the agricultural community that reaches back to its beginnings in 1914. In the early days, we guided farmers through the transition from horse-drawn equipment to tractors. Today's programs have expanded to include food safety concerns, containment of noxious weeds, resolution of public-land disputes and testing of alternative crops.
Creating a Market for Locally Produced and Locally Consumed Food in Nevada.
We help ranchers improve the bottom line!
Promoting agriculture in Nevada.Buy Nevada is a Nevada Department of Agriculture program that promotes businesses selling food and agricultural products. The Department’s mission is to protect and advance agriculture.
Welcome to DROPP
Reno’s new distribution center for local and organic produce and products.
The Great Basin Community Food Coop has started a new entity DROPP, to offer marketing, storage, and distribution of local products. GBCFC is a cooperative business organization serving the needs of our producers, our members, and our local businesses.
Great Basin Community Food Co-Op. Our purpose is to promote our local food system* and to serve as a sustainable cooperative model for access to wholesome food.
Our Slogan: “Know your food. Know your water. Know your community.”
*What is a food system?
A food system includes all processes and infrastructure involved in feeding a population: growing, harvesting, processing, packaging, transporting, marketing, consumption, and disposal of food and food-related items.
To help everyone discover and eat more healthy and delicious food.
OverviewEdible Reno-Tahoe is a publication that celebrates the local food culture in Northern Nevada and Lake Tahoe.