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Kern County Ag Day

Kern County Ag Day 2019


Kern County Ag Day Takes place on October 24th, 2019 at the Kern County Fairgrounds in Bakersfield, California. Join us there from 7:00AM to 1:00PM for a day of seminars, workshops, networking, an industry lunch, and awesome giveaways! All pre-registers are entered for the chance to win a Traeger Pro Grill (Must be present to win) Don't miss your chance to pre-register and attend this event! (more…)

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The Crop Consultant Conference Full Menu of Workshops and Seminars


The inaugural Crop Consultant Conference will be a gathering place for all who are dedicated to caring for California specialty crops. Pest Control Advisors (PCA), Certified Crop Advisors (CCA), applicators and agriculture retailers are all invited to participate in this two-day conference, September 26-27 in Visalia. This event at the Visalia Convention Center packs a full menu of educational workshops and seminars, professional networking opportunities plus multiple hours of PCA and CCA credits into 24 hours. The program begins at 1 p.m. on Thursday and concludes after lunch and a final speaker, at 1 p.m. on Friday. The workshop and seminar topics at the CCC have been chosen to help all crop advisors keep informed about new regulations, pest and disease control and management updates, label information and new technologies. In addition to the educational component, this conference will feature an early evening mixer and networking opportunities to...

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WAPA Conference


In-depth discussions of the water, food safety and regulatory challenges facing agricultural processors were highlights of the Western Agricultural Processors Association annual meeting in Monterey. Water “Policy makers are losing sight of the importance of California agriculture to the U.S. and to the world, said Mike Wade, California Farm Water Coalition. The State Water Resources Control Board’s water quality plan, adopted last December, calls for 30-50 percent unimpaired flows from tributaries of the San Joaquin River and prepares for 45-65 percent flow requirement on the Sacramento River. It also redirects 2 million acres feet of water through rivers to the Delta. The plan, Wade said, will impact most of California and ignores other environmental factors including predation, food and habitat quality and water quality. An alternative and historic approach that goes beyond the boards’ flow-only approach is a voluntary agreement among stakeholders to fund science-based environmental restoration. This approach is...

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