November 12: Observing Veteran's Day
November 22-23: Thanksgiving Weekend
December 1: Closing at 1:00pm
December 24-January 1, 2019: Christmas Holiday
2019 Officer Elections will be held soon! Check your chapter page for Leadership Information
The California Association of Pest Control Advisers (CAPCA) represents more than 75% of the nearly 4,000 California EPA licensed pest control advisers (PCAs) that provide pest management consultation for the production of food, fiber and ornamental industries of this state.
CAPCA is dedicated to the professional development and enhancement of our member’s education and stewardship, which includes legislative, regulatory, continuing education and public outreach activities.
November 6, 2018 California Department of Food and Agriculture reported that Mexican Fruit Flies were found in Los Angeles County. A quarantine is in effect until the pest is eradicated. For more details and links to important information, click HERE. Link to quarantine map: CDFA Quarantine Map Pest Profile: Mexican Fruit Fly Don’t Pack a […]
CAPCA Ed has released the Chapter and State Office Meetings for 2019**. Check for a meeting near you! ** Dates MAY be added February 13, 2019 Santa Paula Ventura Chapter CE Meeting Ventura Chapter March 12-13, 2019 Fresno CDFA/UC Nitrogen Certification CAPCA State Office March 14, 2019 Fresno Fresno-Madera Chapter Spring Update Fresno-Madera Chapter […]
Happy Fall Members! This was a full month, so let us get right to it: VENTURA MEETS WITH ASM JACQUI IRWIN Ted Schwartzbaugh, Rick Harrison, Michelle Haase, Chris Steppig, Cristian Baez, Gus Gunderson from Limoneira, and Rob Scherzinger from the California Association of Aerial Applicatiors Association(CAAA) met with Assembly Member Jacqui Irwin to discuss what […]
For CAPCA, it was a great year. We worked with a coalition of stakeholders on our “Bee Where” project. As part of this project County Ag Commissioners ran bill AB 2468 to add teeth into current registration requirements. This language update will require that any beekeepers must register them with the County Ag. Commissioner, and […]