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What does YCFB do?

YCFB provides educational and advocacy support to the local agricultural community. Advocacy efforts occur at the local, state and national levels. Areas of emphasis include, but are not limited to, working towards securing a reliable water supply; labor and immigration issues; pesticides; rural crime; and more.

YCFB hosts and co-hosts trainings and seminars on topics such as heat illness prevention; water; equipment and harvest safety; succession planning; human resources; hazardous material transportation; and continuing education classes for private applicator certificate hours.

Who should be a member?

All farmers, ranchers, suppliers, processors and those who enjoy California produce need to be a member. Yolo County family farms produce and provide safe, local food, fiber and more.

Why should I be a member?

The Farm Bureau works to tackle the serious issues that face the agricultural community as one of the most heavily regulated segments of the California economy.

Membership is what keeps the organization moving forward and drives the organization’s ability to be an influential voice. There is strength in numbers! Bring neighbors, friends and family to the organization to broaden Farm Bureau’s support and representation and to unite in protecting the family farm.

Not sure if you’re a member or want to learn more?

Contact YCFB at 530-662-6316 or info@yolofarmbureau.org.

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