Pacific Coast Coalition – DBII
The PCCDBII provides targeted resources and funding to dairy farmers and businesses across six Western states. Funded through the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service and hosted by California State University, Fresno, the PCCDBII also collaborates with these partners for maximized impact.
News at the Pacific Coast Coalition Dairy Business Innovation Initiative
See our latest workshops, announcements, and other news.
Webinar Recording and FAQs for grant applicants
1.13 Webinar Recording https://fresnostate.zoom.us/rec/share/yFkjJcBjHd5GAo3azZybtMfmnVkcc51ljMpqmC4EDfpqFupwmIzQMfWJ6aEJgvBh.p5iYgBDTVdFHFX8C Passcode:r6RHSXv* Want to Talk? Pacific Coast Coalition - Dairy Business Innovation Initiative is hosting THREE “Office...
COFFEE, TEA, and CREAMERS – January 10-11, 2023
COFFEE, TEA, and CREAMERS: The Science and Art of Milk in Beverages Chapman University in Collaboration with the CA Dairy Innovation Center REGISTRATION A first of its kind short course introduces participants to the science of roasting and brewing coffee, tea, and...
PCC-DBII Director Awarded National Grant
PRESS RELEASE Plans are to purchase state-of-the-art equipment to expand production at the Fresno State Creamery and to increase the knowledge and skills of the students who will be part of tomorrow’s dairy and food workforce. Paid internships are planned for graduate...
Round 1 Grant Winners
Small dairy farms and businesses are receiving much-needed funding from the PCC-DBII. Applications focus on products and methods connected to value-added product development, product line expansion, alternative processing technologies or sustainability enhancement methods that increase profitability.
Vigorous partnerships are key to addressing the significant issues facing the Pacific Coast region’s dairy industry. Our noteworthy network of academic and business partners positions the PCC-DBII initiative to leverage the technical and research capabilities that will power its success. Working together, this coalition can build and prioritize educational pathways paired with learning opportunities that concentrate on technical topics and other areas of critical importance such as supply chain innovation, distribution, packaging, marketing, and branding strategies.