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San Luis Obispo County Agriculture News

December 12, 2022


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SLO County Wins 'County Farm Bureau of the Year'

Members and staff enjoyed attending the California Farm Bureau's 104th Annual Meeting this past week. At the awards dinner on Monday, SLO County won the 'County Farm Bureau of the Year' Award for the second year and a row. Watch the award video highlighting the accomplishments of SLO County Farm Bureau here.

Three of our members (County President, Sarah Kramer; Secretary/Treasurer, Matt Merrill; and Steven Easterby) served as delegates representing SLO County and participated in CFBF policy development during the House of Delegates.

We also had Molnar Cattle Company owners, Sherry and Fallon Molnar, participate in the first-ever CA Bountiful Marketplace displaying their products and selling beef.

Thank you to all of our members who helped us win County of the Year! Your work made it possible.

This Week In SLO County Agriculture

In This Week's Issue:

  • Community: SLO County Agricultural Education Committee Receives Grant
  • Local Government: SLO County Supervisors Adopt Controversial New Paso Robles Basin Ordinance
  • California Farm Bureau News: Panetta: 'Scarcity is Not a Solution' for Food Producers
  • State Government: Central Coast Gets Two New Assemblymembers
  • Federal Government: Specialty Crop Considerations for the Farm Bill
  • Business Member Spotlight: Negranti-Higgins & Co., CPA
  • USDA/UCCE: New Online Pesticide-Use Course Aims to Protect Water Quality
  • Featured Member Benefit: John Deere
  • Environmental: First-Ever California Offshore Wind Auction Nets $757 Million
  • Produce: Commentary: Organic Mandates Hurt Farmers, Raise Food Prices
  • Labor: Labor Challenges Increase Farm Economy Pressures
  • Livestock: Hearst Ranch: Raising Cattle on Historic Land
  • Vineyard & Wine: 3 Paso Robles Wines Make List of Top 100 to Stash in Your Cellar, Wine Enthusiast Says
  • Water: California Farm Bureau Reacts to 5% Water Allocation from DWR

December 5 Most-Read

1.   SLO County wedding venues: County too harsh with enforcement, hurting business

2. Meet the ranchers and producers of central California's San Luis Obispo County

3.The water supply crisis is devastating California’s farms. It’s time for a crisis-level response.

4. Local Food Truck Rally to operate every Wednesday

5. Kings Co. wants to block selling groundwater to Southern California. Will a new measure solve the problem?

6. Cal/OSHA Will Not Alter the Proposed Non-Emergency COVID Regulation Now on Course to Become Effective January 1, 2023

7.  Commentary: Let's reject politics of scarcity and help our California farms thrive

8.  Water potential not lost in coastal fog

9.  CFBF Election Recap 2022

10.  Nominate FFA Advisors for the Golden Owl Award

Executive Director Report

Here are a few things we worked on this week:

  • Attended the California Farm Bureau's 104th Annual Meeting and won 'County Farm Bureau of the Year';
  • Did an interview with KSBY on the recent local rainfall and what it means for agriculture;
  • Published a Column in the Central Coast Journal;
  • Did an interview with New Times SLO and Paso Robles Press about the Paso Basin Planting Ordinance;
  • Wrote a column on local agriculture issues for the Central Coast Journal;
  • Gave our weekly agriculture update on 98.1 KJUG’s Tom & Becky Show (Thursday’s around 9:05am); and
  • Hosted a Young Farmers and Ranchers Holiday Party.

Calendar- Upcoming Events:

  • Dec. 13: How to Control Ground Squirrel Workshop, 9am at Farm Bureau, Register Here
  • Dec. 16: Adelaida Farm Center Meeting
  • Dec. 23-Jan. 2: Office Closed- Holiday Break

Community: SLO County Agricultural Education Committee Receives Grant

Perspective: Agricultural Heirlooms - Edible San Luis Obispo

In my family, agriculture is the center of our life and identity. At the age of nine or 10, I was working in tobacco and running the seed cleaner on my family’s farm in Kentucky. We never took vacations growing up, but the big trip each year was going to Louisville for the Kentucky Farm Bureau annual meeting, where we’d get to stay in a hotel with a swimming pool. My parents still farm full-time in Kentucky and today, I’m proud to serve as Executive Director of the San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau.

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SLO County Agricultural Education Committee Receives Grant

The San Luis Obispo County Agricultural Education Committee is pleased to announce the acceptance of an extremely generous and invaluable grant awarded recently from the Harold J. Miossi Charitable Trust to fund The Great AGventure.

The Miossi Trust support of the San Luis Obispo Agricultural Education and its mission to bring all aspects of agriculture to teachers, students, and the community. In creating an understanding and appreciation of agriculture’s contribution to the economy as well as the health and nutrition of the population, the Miossi Trust has been the Lead Sponsor of The Great AGventure for the past 12 years. Having a strong belief n the importance of this field day, Grant Trustee, Howard Carroll, felt the need to ensure that The Great AGventure will have the funding to present this invaluable field day for years to come.  

“We are very fortunate to have the support of Howard Carroll and the Harold J. Miossi Charitable Trust’s funding for our program. The $250,000 grant will provide years of sharing our agriculture industry’s story with students. We can’t express our appreciation enough,” said Brandon Wiebe, President, San Luis Obispo County Agricultural Education Committee.

The Great AGventure is presented twice a year, in May for South County students and in October for the North County students.

For more information on the Great AGventure, please contact Kimberly Bradley, Executive Director at sloaedcommittee@gmail.com.

Rain brings some hope to local farmers

KSBY - "We consistently need groundwater, so we really want a recharge of the groundwater basin. Our crops can't grow based off the rain that falls in a given day, We have to pump water out of the fields and add that to our fields," said Brent Burchett, Executive Director of the SLO Farm Bureau.

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Announcements December 2022 | Center for Sustainability

Cal Poly

1. Poinsettia and Holiday Sale, Poly Plant Shop: 12/3 & 12/10

2. Cal Poly Student-made Cheese Gift Boxes 

3. Cal Poly Meats accepting holiday reservations: through 12/17

4. 2023 Ag Showcase student-run career fair: 1/25-27

San Luis Obispo & Central Coast

5. Sustainable Nutrient Management and Soil Health Field Day, Salinas: 12/9

6. How to Control Ground Squirrels workshop, SLO Farm Bureau: 12/13

7. Regenerative Agriculture Field Day, McGrath Family Farm, Camarillo: 1/12

8. Morro Bay Bird Festival: 1/13-16

9. EcoFarm Conference, Pacific Grove: 1/18-21

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Local Government: SLO County Supervisors Adopt Controversial New Paso Robles Basin Ordinance

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SLO County approves carbon sequestration mandate

December 9, 2022 - From Agri-Pulse Daybreak West

The board of supervisors for San Luis Obispo County has updated its groundwater ordinance to add aggressive restrictions for new plantings.


The provisions require farmers seeking to rotate crops to set aside a 50-foot buffer zone from riparian habitats and report monthly water usage. It is also the nation’s first regulation to mandate carbon sequestration measures.


Several farm groups heavily opposed the measure. According to Brent Burchett, the county farm bureau’s executive director, the ordinance caps groundwater pumping to 25 acre-feet per year for the next 22 years, conflicting with the basin’s evolving groundwater sustainability plan (GSP). He argued this would actually hurt the small farmers that the supervisors seek to protect.


The county planning commission has rejected the ordinance and requested the board instead extend the existing ordinance until the state approves the GSP.

New Times SLO - SLO County Supervisors Adopt Controversial New Paso Robles Basin Ordinance

Despite pleas and legal threats from the local agricultural industry, the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors narrowly adopted a new planting ordinance for the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin on Dec. 6. The ordinance-the first major change in county policy for the parched basin in almost a decade-expands landowners' access to groundwater while also imposing a slew of new requirements and regulations for agriculture.

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Supervisors Approve New Paso Basin Planting Ordinance

NORTH COUNTY - San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors approved the adoption of a new Paso Basin Planting Ordinance. The new ordinance was greatly opposed by the San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau, SLO County Cattleman's Association, Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance, and SLO County Planning Commission, among others.

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Gibson celebrates razor-thin victory as Jones files for recount

San Luis Obispo County's longest-serving supervisor has been re-elected by a narrow margin. Supervisor Bruce Gibson won re-election by just 13 votes in a district that was recently redrawn to include Atascadero. "We always knew it was going to be a close race and didn't necessarily expect it to be this close.

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Supervisors Will Discuss Private Land Camping Ordinance December 13

SLO County Board of Supervisors will meet December 13. Find the regular agenda and addendum to the agenda here.

Items of interest to agriculture include:

  • 3 Request to receive and file a 60-day update on current drought conditions and related management actions for the Board’s review of the continuing need for the July 13, 2021, proclamation of local emergency pursuant to Government Code section 8630. All Districts.
  • 13 Request to declare the results of the November 8, 2022, Consolidated General Election. All Districts.
  • 24 Request to authorize the Chairperson to execute the State Water Project Contract Extension Amendment Waiver. All Districts.
  • 32 Submittal of a resolution designating the San Luis Obispo Government Center the “Katcho Achadjian Government Center San Luis Obispo County.” All Districts.

From the Addendum to the Agenda:

  • 4 Request to receive and file a report on Board-identified priority projects for the Department of Planning and Building and provide staff direction, as necessary. All Districts. Note: This item includes discussion on the Private Land Camping Ordinance (HipCamp and Harvest Host). This agenda item was moved from the December 6 meeting agenda to December 13.
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California Farm Bureau News: Panetta: 'Scarcity is Not a Solution' for Food Producers

Johansson calls for restoring farm bounty

California Farm Bureau President Jamie Johansson gives his address during the organization's 104th Annual Meeting in Monterey. California Farm Bureau President Jamie Johansson on Monday urged lawmakers and society at large to adopt a new mindset in their approach to agriculture.

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Panetta: 'Scarcity is Not a Solution' for Food Producers

From Ag Alert - California Farm Bureau Federation

By Peter Hecht

Before he began speaking about historic challenges facing California agriculture—and global food production—Leon Panetta offered a light-hearted anecdote on his life’s formation working in his father’s walnut orchard in Castro Valley.

“As those walnut trees got older, my dad used to go around with a pole and hook and shake each of the branches,” Panetta said in the keynote address to the California Farm Bureau’s Annual Meeting in Monterey. “My brother and I used to be underneath, collecting the walnuts. When I got elected to Congress, my dad said, ‘You’ve been well trained to go to Washington because you’ve been dodging nuts all your life.”’

Panetta, who went on serve on the House Agriculture Committee, as White House chief of staff, CIA director and secretary of defense, offered a wide-ranging speech spanning the “joys and frustrations of farming” to the fractured state of American politics.

He waxed nostalgic for the days when Democrats and Republicans worked together on top issues of the day, particularly for agriculture.

He said it is time to put aside differences and act, as California farmers fallow fields due to extreme drought and water shortages and food producers globally face challenges from climate, supply-chain disruptions and grain shortages that are worsening global hunger. ...

Farm Bureau members can continue reading here. Need your membership number? Send an email to cfield@slofarmbureau.org or call 805-543-3654.

State Government: Central Coast Gets Two New Assemblymembers

California Farm Bureau's Farm Bureau at Work

December 9, 2022

Agricultural Employment

  • Farm Bureau is working to educate the Cal/OSHA Standards Board about the need to revisit safety standards for autonomous agricultural equipment. After rejecting two petitions on three years to revise the 1975-vintage driverless/furrow-guided tractor regulation, the Standards Board has agreed to add to the agenda of a Standards Board meeting in early 2023 a stakeholder discussion about the issues around safe use of autonomous agricultural equipment in California agricultural workplaces. We’ll report our progress early in 2023.
  • CAFB and Farm Bureau-affiliate Farm Employers Labor Service (FELS) are working with partners in California agriculture to present education on the implementation of AB 2183, card check for unionization of agricultural employees, signed by Governor Newsom in September. The first training event will occur in Fresno at the C.P.D.E.S Hall on December 21 at 1 PM. Ron Barsamian of FELS’ Group Legal Services Program partner firm Barsamian & Moody will draw on decades of experience with the Agricultural Labor Relations Act and representing and advising farm employers on union activity to educate attendees about the implications of AB 2183. Simultaneous Spanish will be provided, and supervisors and Farm Labor Contractors are encouraged to attend. More trainings will be scheduled soon. You can register here.

Central Coast Gets Two New Assemblymembers

Dawn Addis (D-Morro Bay) was sworn in Monday, December 6 as the assemblymember for District 30, and Gregg Hart (D) was sworn in as the assemblymember for District 37 at the State Capitol. Addis ran against Republican Vicki Nohrden for election to the California State Assembly's District 30.

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Dawn Addis sworn in as assemblywoman for District 30

Addis is first Democrat to represent majority of SLO County in State Assembly since 1947 - Dawn Addis (D-Morro Bay) was sworn in this week [...]

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Federal Government: Specialty Crop Considerations for the Farm Bill

California Farm Bureau's Federal Policy News-

December 8, 2022

  • Federal Funding Deadline Approaches, Ag Labor & Immigration See Movement
  • US Forest Service Permittee Range Futuring Survey
  • Deadline for Emergency Relief Program Phase One is December 16
  • USDA Announces $981 Million to Improve Ag Market Opportunities
  • AFBF Drought Survey

Time running short for latest immigration proposal in Senate - Roll Call

Posted December 7, 2022 at 6:04pm Senators this week questioned whether a recently proposed bipartisan immigration deal can pass before the end of the year, with no legislative text available for lawmakers to review and limited floor time in the lame-duck period.

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Specialty Crop Considerations for the Farm Bill

For nearly 100 years, the history of the largely tracks the history of food production in the United States as the legislation has evolved to meet the needs of farmers and consumers alike. Agriculture's role in providing food security, and in turn national security, to the United States is more important than ever.

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Business Member Spotlight:

Negranti-Higgins & Co., CPA

Negranti-Higgins & Company is a full-service Certified Public Accounting firm, licensed in California. We provide a wide range of services for individuals and business.

Antonette “Toni” to her friends and colleagues grew up in San Luis Obispo County’s north coast to a fourth generation ranching and farming family. The Negranti families originated from Swiss Italian roots and are still farmers and ranchers in Cambria and Cayucos today.

Our current office is located in San Luis Obispo, technology today however allows us to service clients all over the United States. I look forward to meeting you!



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USDA/UCCE: New Online Pesticide-Use Course Aims to Protect Water Quality

New Online Pesticide-Use Course Aims to Protect Water Quality

PUBLISHED ON DAVIS, Calif. - Did you know that some pesticides used around homes and other structures are toxic to small aquatic organisms living in nearby streams, creeks, rivers and oceans? The UC Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program has launched a new online course on runoff and surface water protection in California.

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USDA Announces December 2022 Lending Rates for Agricultural Producers

Contact: FPAC.BC.Press@usda.gov WASHINGTON, Dec. 1, 2022 - The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced loan interest rates for December 2022, which are effective Dec. 1, 2022. USDA's Farm Service Agency (FSA) loans provide important access to capital to help agricultural producers start or expand their farming operation, purchase equipment and storage structures or meet cash flow needs.

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Thank You Farm Bureau Members

Renewing Agricultural Members

Sante Fe Nursery, Kenneth Warren, George Lehnhoff, Booker Vineyard, John Varian, Negranti Higgins & Co CPA, Daniel Jaureguy, Diane Eeckhout, Darline Lindsey, Kathleen Warren, Lauri Shiffrar, Michael Strouss, Michael Riley, and Arroyo Fresh Inc

Renewing Associate Members

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SLO County Farm Bureau Business Support Member List

Featured Member Benefit:

John Deere

John Deere: Free delivery to start 2023

Already got your next John Deere tractor picked out? Skip the drive into town and order it online. If you’re buying a compact tractor, your local dealer will even deliver it to your farm for free! Not to mention your Farm Bureau discount of up to $300 off. Learn more at JohnDeere.com/FarmBureau.

Environmental: First-Ever California Offshore Wind Auction Nets $757 Million

5 companies win California offshore wind energy leases with $757 million in bids

After two days of bidding, five companies on Wednesday won leases to develop offshore wind energy farms in the Pacific Ocean off California's coast. The companies bid a total of $757.1 million for the 373,268 acres of ocean spaces where floating wind turbines can be erected to generate up to 4.5 gigawatts of electricity.

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Three companies win offshore wind energy leases for Morro Bay area

Big changes could be coming to the coast off Morro Bay as 43 companies vied to nab one of five commercial wind farm leases in the Pacific Ocean. The lease sale, held by the Bureau of Energy Management (BOEM) was finalized on Dec. 7.

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First-Ever California Offshore Wind Auction Nets $757 Million

The first-ever auction for leases to build massive wind farms off California's coast netted final bids of $757.1 million today, signaling the beginning of a competitive market for a new industry producing carbon-free electricity. The auction - the first on the West Coast - included five sites about 20 miles off Morro Bay and Humboldt County, totaling 583 square miles of deep ocean waters.

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California's coming offshore wind boom faces big engineering hurdles

Skip to Content The US is auctioning off its first floating offshore wind power sites this week, which could unlock a vast new source of clean electricity along the West Coast.

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Produce: Commentary: Organic Mandates Hurt Farmers, Raise Food Prices

Commentary: Organic Mandates Hurt Farmers, Raise Food Prices

By Amrith Gunasekara When state policies are established telling farmers how to farm and what methodologies to use, there can be disastrous consequences. Organic farming policies established in Sri Lanka that banned use of synthetic fertilizers recently led to the collapse of the country's food system, resulting in crop failures and far fewer nutritious offerings.

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California Could Lose Ground in Autonomous Farming Equipment Development

As the development of autonomous farming equipment moves forward, California could be at a disadvantage. The state has largely been a pioneer in terms of agtech development, particularly for specialty crops. However, Walt Duflock, Vice President of Innovation for Western Growers, said that Arizona may be taking the lead when it comes to autonomous equipment.

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Labor: Labor Challenges Increase Farm Economy Pressures

Labor Challenges Increase Farm Economy Pressures

Labor demands continue to tax the bottom lines of farmers and ranchers, with rising wage rates and record usage of the H-2A visa program. Meaningful reforms to the federal government's guest worker program must be a priority for Congress by the end of the year.

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Free Webinar: SB 1162: New Pay Transparency Requirements for California Employers: SB 1162 (Limon) will add new reporting burdens for California employers in the name of gender equality. What will you need to do to comply? Catherine Houlihan of FELS' Group Legal Services Program partner firm Barsamian & Moody will explain.

  • When: Friday, December 16, 10 AM
  • Where: By Zoom
  • COST? It's FREE

Register Here 

Free Webinar: What Does Union Card Check Mean for Employers? (Presented by FELS and California Farm Labor Contractors Association): Governor Newsom signed AB 2183, the ‘card check bill’, going into effect January 2023. What do these changes to the union election process under the Agricultural Labor Relations Act mean for your business? Understand the alternatives for union elections from secret ballot to mail-in to card check, and the new regulations employers may be held to for allowing union agents access, maintaining employee records, challenging ballot cards, posting bonds, and retaliation presumptions. Learn about future changes we can expect from the deal the Governor made with the UFW, how the ALRB is preparing, and what employers can do to be ready for these changes. Patrick Moody of FELS Group Legal Services Partner firm Barsamian & Moody will explain.

  • When: Wednesday, January 25, 1:30 PM
  • Where: By Zoom
  • COST? It's FREE (Use free registration code: 23FELS)

Register here 

Livestock: Hearst Ranch: Raising Cattle on Historic Land

Farm Hands West: California Cattlemen's selects new president

The California Cattlemen's Association has selected Steve Arnold, San Luis Obispo County, as its new president. He succeeds Tony Toso, Mariposa County, whose term expired. Second vice president Trevor Freitas, Tulare County, also stepped off CCA's officer team as his two-year term expired.

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Feral hog control: 8 years, some progress, $2.5B damage/year

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Eight years into a U.S. program to control damage from feral pigs, the invasive animals with big appetites and snouts that uproot anything that smells good are still a multibillion-dollar plague on farmers, wildlife and the environment.

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Prop 12 enforcement will wait in California for Supreme Court ruling

A California state judge has extended his ban on enforcement of voter-approved Proposition 12 until July 1, to allow time for the Supreme Court to rule on the constitutionality of the animal welfare law. Justices heard arguments on the farm-group challenge of Prop 12 in October and a decision is expected by the end of June.

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Hearst Ranch: Raising Cattle on Historic Land

SAN SIMEON, Calif. - When George Hearst - William Randolph Hearst's father - purchased a ranch in 1865 it was beautiful, rugged and iconic. One hundred years later, the purchase of the nearby Jack Ranch nearly doubled the size of the operation to 156,000 acres.

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National Alfalfa & Forage Alliance releases 2023 Alfalfa Variety Ratings

PUBLISHED ON ST. PAUL, Minn. - The National Alfalfa & Forage Alliance (NAFA) released the 2023 edition of its popular "Alfalfa Variety Ratings - Winter Survival, Fall Dormancy & Pest Resistant Ratings for Alfalfa Varieties" - a useful tool for hay and livestock farmers, extension specialists, agri-business personnel or anyone involved in the production of alfalfa.

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Vineyard & Wine: 3 Paso Robles Wines Make List of Top 100 to Stash in Your Cellar, Wine Enthusiast Says

3 Paso Robles Wines Make List of Top 100 to Stash in Your Cellar, Wine Enthusiast Says

Three wines from Paso Robles winemakers are featured on Wine Enthusiast's top 100 cellar selections for 2022. Assuming you have a cellar, or somewhere to store wine for later enjoyment as it matures, the wine magazines rates these as good picks. Wine Enthusiast reviewers identified the top 100 cellar selections for 2022 using blind tastings.

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The Best Podcast for Sustainable Winegrowers

Press Release - Grow your knowledge as you drive between vineyards. Produced by Vineyard Team, an organization dedicated to bringing together researchers and growers to promote sustainable vineyard farming since 1994, and hosted by Craig Macmillan, Critical Resource Manager at Niner Wine Estates, each episode of the Sustainable Winegrowing with Vineyard Team podcast helps listeners improve the sustainability of their wine business.

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Water: California Farm Bureau Reacts to 5% Water Allocation from DWR

Kings County passes law to keep its groundwater from being sold beyond its borders

In an attempt to stop groundwater from being mined and sold beyond its borders, the Kings County Board of Supervisors passed an ordinance Nov. 29 that will require anyone moving groundwater outside of Kings to get a permit. That includes groundwater pumped to backfill for surface supplies that farmers or water districts export out of the area, according to the ordinance.

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California Farm Bureau Reacts to 5% Aater Allocation from DWR

Farmers and growers may not be pleased with the recent announcement of the water allocation of 2023 by the state water resource.

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AFBF Drought Survey Request

We would like to share the following drought survey organized by the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) and encourage your participation. AFBF has decided to re-open their drought survey to reflect data points from Fall 2022 and compare the data to the Spring results. For those who have not participated previously or were not included in the past, this survey is meant to provide a window into member level challenges on farms and ranches due to persistent drought conditions. You can find a link to their previous report here.

The survey should take no more than a few minutes to complete. Previously shared results have gained national media attention and continue to help drive policy discussions and solutions aimed at addressing these significant issues. If you would like to participate in this survey, please click the button below. We will certainly share those results as they get published in the coming months.

Drought Survey Link

Farm Bureau Membership Matters

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We cannot support your freedom to farm and ranch without your membership.

Join SLO County Farm Bureau now or renew your membership online. Go to slofarmbureau.org to join, or download the membership form PDF.

Have your renewal notice available to speed up the process; you will need to enter your membership number, name and ZIP code. Renewal dues may be paid online or over the phone by credit card.

We're here to help! Call us if you need us to lookup your member number or we can process your membership for you, at 805-543-3654.

All California county Farm Bureau memberships are processed through the California Farm Bureau Federation, but please reach out to our SLO County office if you need your membership number or have questions.

Join or Renew Your San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau Membership

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