Agriculture Is as Strong as Ever in Marin County

Illustration by Tiffany Dang

Driven by the strong production of milk, poultry, livestock and wine grapes, agriculture in Marin is on the rise. The 2019 report, presented to county supervisors by Stacy Carlsen, Marin’s agricultural commissioner, was good news and showed a continued rebound in production after a decline in 2016 and 2017. Here are some production numbers showing the positive growth. See reports from previous years here. Read the full 2019 report.

$97,929,000

Total Value of All Products

$111 million

Highest Value Ever (2015)

$32.8 million

Organic Milk

$6.9 million

Aquaculture (oysters, mussels and clams)

$2.1 million

Sheep

$20 million

Poultry

$14.8 million

Cattle

 


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