Welcome to the Woodland Chapter

Recent & Upcoming

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 […]

2019 Chapter and CAPCA Ed Events Calendar

CAPCA Ed has released the Chapter and State Office Meetings for 2019**.  Check for a meeting near you! ** Dates MAY be added Download Printable Calendar January 24, 2019 Bakersfield Kern County Chapter Label Update Meeting Kern County Chapter February 7, 2019 Visalia Tulare-Kings Chapter Label Update Tulare-Kings Chapter February 13, 2019 Santa Paula Ventura […]

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 Solano County Agricultural Report

Woodland CAPCA Members.  Solano 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

2016 Agricultural Report for Calaveras County

Woodland CAPCA Members.  Calaveras 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

Bees and Almonds: A Symbiotic Realtionship

As the title suggests, Bees and Almonds go hand in hand.  This is not new information.  MorningAg Clips released a great article about how important bees are to more than just almonds.  I have placed a link to the story HERE

2016 Agricultural Report for Yolo County

Woodland CAPCA Members.  Yolo 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

2016 Agricultural Report for Sacramento County

Woodland CAPCA Members. Sacramento 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 Placer County

Woodland CAPCA Memebers. Placer 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 (report will download to your computer)

Meeting Information

Chapter meets quarterly. Please contact Chapter President for more information.
Contact: Mark Allen (530) 304-9091

Key Contacts

Mark Allen

Woodland Chapter President
P:(530) 304-9091
mark.allen@us.nufarm.com

Patrick Dosier

Woodland State Director
P:(714) 504-5424
patrick.dosier@gmail.com

Justin Huntsinger

Placer County Ag Commissioner

1477 E Avenue,
Auburn, CA 95603
530-889-7372

PlacerAg@placer.ca.gov

Meet Justin

Juli Jensen

Sacramento County Ag Commissioner

4137 Branch Center Road
Sacramento, CA 95827
Phone: 916-875-6603

agcomm@saccounty.net

Meet Juli

Charlene Carveth

Alpine and El Dorado County Ag Commissioner

311 Fair Lane
Placerville, CA 95667-4195
(530) 621-5520

eldcag@edcgov.us

Eric Mayberry

Amador County Ag Commissioner

12200-B Airport Road
Jackson, CA 95642-9527
(209) 223-6487

agriculture@amadorgov.org

Kevin Wright

Calaveras County Ag Commissioner

23 E. Charles St (Physical Address)
San Andreas, CA 95249

891 Mountain Ranch Rd (Mailing Address)
San Andreas , CA 95249
(209) 754-6504 x 3

agpublic@ca.calaveras.ca.us

Simone Hardy

Solano County Ag Commissioner

2543 Cordelia Rd (Physical Address)
Fairfield, CA 94533-5627

675 Texas Street (Mailing Address)
Fairfield, CA 94533-5627

(707) 784-1310

agcomm48@solanocounty.com

John Young

Yolo County Ag Commissioner

70 Cottonwood Street
Woodland, CA 95695-2593
(530) 666-8140

agriculture@yolocounty.org