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Attendee Registration Now Open for Inaugural Organic Grower Summit

 
Organic Grower Summit
December 13 & 14 - Hyatt Regency Monterey
 
Only 22 booths remain available on trade show floor!
 Educational program, including session topics and speakers, to be released in the coming weeks.
 

Bagrada Bug Detected North of Soledad and Near King City

A blog entry written by Alejandro Del Pozo-Valdivia, entomologist with Cooperative Extension Monterey County, reports that bagrada bug adults were found on shortpod mustard plants north of Soledad and near King City. While no nymphs or eggs were found, their offspring may be moving into adjacent cole crops soon. 
 

Breaking News: California Senate Moves AB 2377 Forward!

A small bill with big impact, AB 2377, has been approved by both houses of the California state legislature this session and will now head back to the Assembly for concurrence before the legislature sends it to the governor’s desk for his signature.
 
Last week CCOF’s policy team sent out an action alert encouraging members in California to call their state senator and request that they vote yes on the bill.

Bricmont Hardship Assistance Fund - Direct Financial Assistance for Organic Producers

Bricmont Hardship Assistance Fund - Direct Financial Assistance for Organic Producers
 

California & Chile to Co-Host Webinar on Precision Agriculture

Sensors that tell growers how much water to use, drones that can fly over operations and assess the health of crops, real-time data at the fingertips of farmers.
 
It’s not science fiction—it’s the future of agriculture.
 
In an attempt to streamline operations, increase sustainability, and improve climate resiliency, California farmers are embracing precision agriculture technology. Also known as “smart farming,” precision agriculture uses the latest technological innovations to produce more food while using less resources.
 

California Farm Bureau Federation Releases Ag Labor Availability Survey

The California Farm Bureau Federation (CFBF) released their 2017 agricultural labor availability survey results in a report titled Searching for Solutions: California Farmer Continue to Struggle with Employee Shortages. The report includes data from 762 farmers and ranchers throughout California and its findings are consistent with a 2012 CFBF labor survey.
 

California Industrial Hemp Bill Signed into Law

In early October, California Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 1409 into law.

California Leopold Conservation Award Seeks Nominees

Sand County Foundation, the California Farm Bureau Federation and Sustainable Conservation are accepting applications for the $10,000 California Leopold Conservation Award. The award honors California farmers, ranchers and other private landowners who demonstrate outstanding stewardship and management of natural resources.

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