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Our Top Donators

What it means to be a Corporate Sponsor for Farms of Tuolumne County

  • Corporate sponsorship of FOTC is only $200 per year.
  • Your contact information is included prominently in the printed Farm Guide (3000 printed  per year).
  • You have a webpage on the FOTC  website and are listed in the Sponsor section and your own business webpage is linked.
  • Your company name is mentioned at all  FOTC functions.
  • You receive two complimentary tickets to the Annual Farm and Ranch Tour.
  • You are helping to promote Tuolumne County agriculture and its agricultural heritage, and your business is associated with that effort.
  • NOTE: FOTC has awarded $17,109 in scholarships and grants for agriculture related projects since 2011!

What it means to be a Farm and Ranch Tour Sponsor

  • Farm Tour sponsorship is only $125.
  • Your logo is printed on the tour brochure (between 3000-4000 are printed yearly) and on posters.
  • Your business name  is mentioned whenever possible in articles promoting the tour.
  • Receive two complimentary tickets to the Farm and Ranch Tour.
  • You are helping to promote local agriculture by bringing awareness and appreciation of local farms and ranches  to the community and to those outside of the county.

Our sponsors help us to achieve our goals through a yearly donation and through helping to underwrite the Farm Tour.  A large portion of Farm Tour funds enables FOTC to help the local youth agricultural programs.

Other FOTC expenses include the printing of the FOTC Farm and Ranch Guide, maintaining the website, the Farm and Ranch Tour, and other activities to further its members and agriculture in general throughout Tuolumne County.


Black Oak Casino

Black Oak Casino is a proud Sponsor of Farms of Tuolumne County and local businesses. The facilities include restaurants, bars, a bowling alley, as well as casino gaming. We also have a new hotel and ..

Blue Mountain Minerals

Blue Mountain Minerals supplies high quality limestone and dolomite that is used to improve the health of crops by reducing soil acidity. Our materials meet the standards required for mineral suppleme..

Canepa and Sons, Inc.

Ricky Canepa 14384 Cuesta Ct.,  Sonora, CA 95370 209-532-1136 Family owned and operated since 1981 Water Wells, Well Repairs and Reconstruction, Well Pumps, Specialty Well Drilling We have expert wel..

Downtown Shoes

Downtown shoes, located in the Mother Lode’s historic Sonora, California,  is a full service shoe store offering comfortable and stylish sandals and shoes from names like Dansko, Rockport/Cobb ..

Foothill Chiropractic

Dr. Robert Kleinhans, Dr. Michael R. Moffat and Dr. Erik Frederiksen If you have been suffering from back pain in Sonora, don’t wait another second to begin your road to recovery! At Foothill Ch..

Fun Cabin Rentals of Twain Harte

Fun Cabin Rentals has been a part of Tuolumne County for close to 20 years now renting cabins in the Twain Harte area with 100’s of 5 star reviews. We have been here for three generations now enjoyi..

Gat Slor, LegalShield Independent Associate

    Our amazing comprehensive legal and identity theft plans have been protecting and empowering over 4.6 million individuals, families, truck drivers and over 47,000 businesses across the U.S. ..

Joe Cover & Sons

Tree removal and trucking..

Oak Valley Community Bank

  Established in 1991, Oak Valley Community Bank was founded on the principles of relationship banking. Oak Valley is a full-service community bank that offers a variety of loan and deposit services ..

Sierra Pacific Foundation

The Sierra Pacific Foundation was founded in 1979 by A.A. “Red” Emmerson’s father, R.H. “Curly” Emmerson. Since its inception, the Foundation has focused its charitable g..

Beverly Handelman and Marty Gerbasi

Ms. Handelman is a native Californian, having lived and worked in the Bay Area until retiring with her husband, Marty Gerbasi, to Sonora in 1996. Although she lived in “the big city” she always ha..

Marian and Allan Zimmerly

Allan and Marian moved to Tuolumne County in 2002. While they do not have a farm, they are dedicated to promoting local agriculture and to the hard working members of Farms of Tuolumne County...