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Legislative Report 2019

By George Soares   Every year the California State Legislature has about nine months—roughly January to September—to conduct its business. Thousands of legislative proposals, usually shaped in the prior Fall months, began their tortured journey through policy and appropriations committees, and Senate and Assembly Floor votes, with some ending up on the Governor’s desk for […]

Agri-Pulse: Ag Significant Contributor to California Economy

November 13, 2019 Agri-Pulse published on the 13th a graph of economic contributions to California’s Economy.  Ag or “Working Landscapes” was 6.4% of the states economy. That is over 300 Billion dollars in sales.  Specifically, over 263 Billion is in Ag alone. PCA’s work does not go un-noticed! For more details and to read the […]

New Interim Recommended Permit Conditions for Chlorpyrifos

November 15, 2018 California Department of Pesticide Regulations announced today their New Permit Conditions for the use of Chlorpyrifos. A complete description of their proposed Permit Conditions are listed HERE. A summary of the new conditions recommended by DPR: Aerial applications are banned Discontinuing its use on most crops. Chlorpyrifos will be restricted to “critical […]

CAPCA Chapter and CAPCA Ed Events Calendar

CAPCA has released the Chapter and State Office Meetings**.  Check for a meeting near you! ** Dates MAY be added/changed Download Printable Calendar 12/4/2019 Escondido San Diego CAPCA Laws and Regs Seminar San Diego CAPCA 12/10/2019 Rohnert Park North Coast CPACA CE Meeting North Coast CAPCA 1/28/2020 Bakersfield Kern CAPCA Label Update Kern County CAPCA […]

CAPCA’s Bee Where Project Makes Debut

October 25th, CAPCA introduced our Bee Where Project.  Together with a coalition of Associations, CAPCA was able to ‘put teeth’ into current apiary regulations.  For the full story from Western Farm press, click HERE

2017 Agricultural Report for Santa Barbara County

Central Coast CAPCA Members.  Santa Barbara County has allowed us to post their Ag reports on our chapter pages.  They are a great tool to measure the performance of the county.  to explore the report, click HERE

2017 Agricultural Report for San Luis Obispo County

Central Coast CAPCA Members.  San Luis Obispo County has allowed us to post their Ag reports on our chapter pages.  They are a great tool to measure the performance of the county.  to explore the report, click HERE

Meeting Information

Second Tuesday of each month
7am – 8am
McClintock’s, Arroyo Grande
Contact: Danilu Ramirez (805) 345-5418

Key Contacts

Danilu Ramirez

Central Coast Chapter President
P: (805) 363-0761
consulting@daniluramirez.com

Nic Vanherweg

Central Coast State Director
P: (805) 668-9690
nvanherweg@yahoo.com

Martin Settevendemie

San Luis Obispo County Ag Commissioner

2156 Sierra Way, Suite A
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401-4556
(805) 781-5910

agcommslo@co.slo.ca.us

Cathleen Fisher

Santa Barbara County Ag Commissioner

263 Camino Del Remedio
Santa Barbara, CA 93110-1335
(805) 681-5600

agcommissioner@agcommissioner.com

Meet Cathy