Fiscal Year 2010-11


Extramural Grants

Almond Board of California
$53,900
A Lifecycle Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Almond Production in California

California Department of Food and Agriculture, Fertilizer Research and Education
$137,000
Nitrogen Fertilizer Loading to Groundwater in the Central Valley*

California Department of Food and Agriculture, Specialty Crop Block Grant
$498,000
Building Successful Farm to School Models to Enhance Markets for Specialty Crops

California Department of Food and Agriculture, Specialty Crop Block Grant (Subaward through Center for Land-Based Learning)
$15,000
Sacramento Valley Beginning Farmer Training and Incubator Program

California Department of Food and Agriculture, Specialty Crop Block Grant (Subaward through University of California Santa Cruz)
$56,800
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables: A Centerpiece for a Healthy School Environment

California Pistachio Research Board
$30,000
A Baseline Life Cycle Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Typical Pistachio Production in California

County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, Public Health Services (sub-award through UC San Diego)
$70,000
San Diego Farm to School Evaluation: 2009–2011

United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Marketing Service
$57,100
Growing Farmers Through Healthcare Provider Partnerships

United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture
$464,100
A partnership model for recruiting nontraditional and underrepresented high school students into agricultural sustainability degree programs

United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture
$50,000
Assessment of whole farm sustainability and mitigation of emissions from dairy production systems in the arid West (planning grant)*

United States Department of Agriculture, Rural Development
$99,700
Know your Farmer/Know your Food: A California Project


Gifts and Philanthropic Grants

Clover Stornetta Farms
$5,000
Support of 2010 National Symposium on Food and Agricultural Sustainability

Davis Farmers Market Foundation
$6,999
Evaluation of Davis Farm-to-School Connection Program

Davis Food Co-op, Inc
$500
Student Farm Winter Seminar 2011 on Alternatives in Agriculture

Mars, Inc
$300,000
Developing a Framework for Understanding Sustainability Characteristics of Commodity Crops

Scott Park
$4,000
Russell Ranch Sustainable Agriculture Research

Howard and Nancy Shapiro
$1,000
Annual best dissertation prize for agricultural sustainability/agroecology

Esther Volkan
$5,000
Support for the UC Davis Student Farm

W.K. Kellogg Foundation
$75,000
Start-up funds for the Inter-institutional Network for Food and Agricultural Sustainability (INFAS)

W.K. Kellogg Foundation (subaward through Public Health Solutions)
$70,000
Evaluation of School Food FOCUS: Transition Phase

Friends of the Agricultural Sustainability Institute
Contributions of less than $1,000 to the general support of the ASI from:
Carol Worthen and Thomas Groves
Piper Matson

Friends of the Student Farm
Contributions of less than $1,000 to the general support of the Student Farm from:
Davis Food Co-op Inc.
Cheryl Pytlarz


Endowments

W.K. Kellogg Foundation
$1,500,000
Endowment to support the Inter-institutional Network for Food and Agricultural Sustainability (INFAS)


In-Kind Support

Button & Turkovich
In-kind donation to Russell Ranch – wheat combine and other various equipment use (since late 1990s)

Foster Farms
In-kind donation to Russell Ranch – compost (since 1994)

Lopez Welding Services
In-kind donation to Russell Ranch – repair services and various equipment use (since 2002)

Meek & Sons
In-kind donation to Russell Ranch – corn combine and other various equipment use (since late 1990s)

Morning Star Co.
In-kind donation to Russell Ranch - tomato harvester use (since 2009)

Puresense
In-kind donation of 10 PureSense Mesh Nodes with Decagon 5TE Sensors and Pressure Sensors, moisture meters and measurement monitoring services, one PureSense Base Station with Weather Station for the Russell Ranch Sustainable Agriculture Facility 

Rominger Farms
In-kind donation to Russell Ranch – various equipment use (since early 2000s)