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A Bounty of Spring Chapter Meetings and Elections

Spring is a time of year that brings the joy of life to the forefront for all of us who work in agriculture. The CCOF Chapters have been buzzing with spring activity over the last month and two chapters conducted elections. 
 

Cast Your Vote in the CCOF Big Valley Chapter 2018 Election

The CCOF Big Valley Chapter (BV Chapter) election voting period is open until Thursday, June 28. If you are part of the BV Chapter, make sure your voice is heard!
 
Your vote is vital to the member-driven democratic process of electing CCOF leadership. 
The CCOF Chapter Bylaws require a 10 percent quorum of chapter members for election purposes. The Big Valley Chapter currently has 189 members, which means we need 19 votes to fulfill a quorum.  A simple majority ratifies a vote.
 

Cast Your Vote in the CCOF Central Coast Chapter 2018 Election

The CCOF Central Coast Chapter (CC Chapter) election voting period is open until Friday, June 15. If you are part of the CC Chapter, make sure your voice is heard!
 
Your vote is vital to the member-driven democratic process of electing CCOF leadership. 
 
 
Why Vote?
 

CCOF Chapter in Mexico Elects Leaders

In May, CCOF members in Mexico formed a new CCOF chapter. As their first order of business, the Mexico Chapter members elected the following chapter leaders:

President: Esteban Macías Padilla, Grupo U
Vice President: Daniela Robles, Grupo Alta
Secretary: Dante Gutiérrez Medina, Berrymex Baja California
Treasurer: Lois Christie, Christie Organic Consultants, Inc., and Tequila Sauza
Board Representative: Eduardo Morales, Promotora Agrícola El Toro 

Highlights from the CCOF Fresno-Tulare Chapter Meeting

On April 12, 23 members of the CCOF Fresno-Tulare Chapter met at the Ag One Conference room at California State University, Fresno. 
 

Join Us at the 2017 CCOF Pacific Southwest Organic Symposium

2017 CCOF Pacific Southwest Organic Symposium
Farmers for Farmers: Growing Together

Hosted by the CCOF Pacific Southwest Chapter
Sunday, September 17, 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Leichtag Foundation, Encinitas, California

Thank you sponsors, for making this day possible!

Pacific Southwest April Chapter Meeting Highlights

On April 10, 33 members of the CCOF Pacific Southwest Chapter met at the Fallbrook Public Library. 
 

Revitalization: The North Coast Chapter Shakes the Rust

CCOF-certified members in Marin, Sonoma, and Napa counties recently coordinated their efforts to revitalize the North Coast Chapter. The original chapter disbanded a couple of years back due to a lack of interest. On June 12, they met to solicit nominations for board members, discuss chapter goals, and mingle with one another.

The CCOF Big Valley Chapter Elects Leadership!

We would like to congratulate and welcome the new CCOF Big Valley Chapter President Kathleen Schwallie of Blue Egg Farm, new Chapter Vice President Alli Cecchini of First Generation Farmers, and new Chapter Board Representative Chad Crivelli of Live Oak Dairy. We would also like to thank Brad Samuelson, Bill Thompson, and John Lagier for their years of dedication and continuing support. 
 
Why does chapter leadership matter?
 
CCOF is a member-based organization made up of 15 chapters.

The CCOF Central Coast Chapter Elects Leadership!

We would like to congratulate and welcome the new CCOF Central Coast Chapter President Javier Zamora of JSM Organics and new Chapter Secretary Lori Fiorovich of Crystal Bay Farms. We would also like to thank re-elected leaders, Toby Garrone of Far West Fungi, vice president; Christine Coke of Coke Farms, treasurer; and Grant Brians of Heirloom Organic Gardens as board representative. 
 
Why does chapter leadership matter?
 
CCOF is a member-based organization made up of 15 chapters.

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