Grant Winners

​In its first cycle of funding, the Pacific Coast Coalition – Dairy Business Initiative has announced these eight awardees, with grant awards ranging from $10,000-$50,000.

Grant Subawardees – First Round

Yogurt and berries

Blue Silo Creamery

A family dairy crafting fresh yogurts, flavored milks and more. (Jefferson, OR)

Cheese board on display

Central Coast Creamery

Makes and sells delicious cheese in beautiful Central Coast California, with a shop at the San Luis Obispo Public Market. (Paso Robles, CA)

Jersey cow being petted

Clover Mountain Dairy

A small herd of Jersey dairy cows that are certified Organic, 100% grass fed, have A2 genetics, and the milk is vat pasteurized. (Bluecreek, WA)

Jersey Cow against the sky

Foggy Bottoms Boys

A sixth-generation working organic dairy farm in the foggy bottoms of the Eel River Valley that now offers grass-fed protein and other products. (Ferndale, CA)

Black and white cows in a field

JG Weststeyn Dairy, LP

A third-generation dairy that is family-owned and dedicated to the health and well-being of the cows and producing highest-quality cheese. (Willows, CA)

Three bottles of milk

Lady Lane Farm

A small, sustainable dairy that prides itself on its Jersey milk and efforts to be environmentally friendly, as well as the well being of livestock. (Mulino, OR)

Shredded Monterey Jack Cheese and a cheese grater

Schoch Family Farmstead, Inc.

A certified raw dairy, one of the last dairies in Monterey County and the only local creamery still making the County’s namesake – Monterey Jack. (Salinas, CA)

Dairy cow with tongue out


This new addition to the Pacific Coast’s dairy industry is focusing on a colostrum beverage study.