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San Luis Obispo County Agriculture News

July 22, 2022


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2022 San Luis Obispo County Agriculturalist, Cattlewoman, and Cattleman of the Year Named

Three local agriculture leaders honored at California Mid-State Fair


PASO ROBLES, CA (July 21, 2022) – Local agriculture organizations recognized three San Luis Obispo County farmers and ranchers during the California Mid-State Fair’s annual Cattlemen and Farmers Day at the Paso Robles Event Center on July 21.

The 2022 award recipients are:

  • Tom Bordonaro, Agriculturalist of the Year;

  • Sarah Kramer, Cattlewoman of the Year; and

  • Paul Tognazzini, Cattleman of the Year.

The awards were selected by members of the San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau, San Luis Obispo County Cattlewomen, and San Luis Obispo County Cattlemen’s Association. 

“These three individuals have made incredible contributions to our San Luis Obispo County agriculture community,” said Farm Bureau Executive Director Brent Burchett. “Our county’s $2.5 billion agricultural economy is built upon the hard work of farmers, ranchers and agribusiness leaders, and today we are proud to recognize a few of our very best.”

Continue reading here for more information on the winners.

Photos provided by Tom Meinhold Photography

California Mid-State Fair awards Cattleman, Cattlewoman of the Year

Thursday was Cattlemen and Farmers Day at the California Mid-State Fair. During the day, the Mid-State Fair paid tribute to Central Coast cattlemen and cattlewomen and celebrated the accomplishments of the industrial arts program. Paul Tognazzini was awarded with Cattleman of the Year. Sarah Kramer won Cattlewoman of the Year.

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This Week In SLO County Agriculture

In This Week's Issue:

  • Community: Farm Bureau Member, Tom Ikeda, Featured on Backroad Cowgirls YouTube Series
  • County Government: Paso Robles City Council Discusses Sale of Pioneer Park to Mid-State Fair
  • State Government: Commentary: A Bad Bill Undermines Cooperation on Groundwater
  • Federal Government: What is the (Food and) Farm Bill and Why Does It Matter?
  • Business Member Spotlight: Central Coast Propane
  • USDA: Scientists Explore Gene Editing to Manage Invasive Species
  • Ag Economics: Food Inflation is 0% at My Farm in 2022
  • Featured Member Benefit: Caterpillar
  • Environmental: California Poised to Restrict Bee Killing Pesticides
  • Produce: Researchers Identify Genes Making Strawberries Resistant to Fusarium Wilt
  • Labor: APMA Offering New H-2A Certificate Program
  • Wildfire: Hearing Airs Concerns Over Wildfire Insurance Coverage
  • Livestock: Suit Against Organic Valley Calls Separating Cows from Calves Inhumane
  • Vineyard & Wine: SLO County Farm Bureau President, Hilary Graves, recognized as Wine Grape Grower of the Year
  • Water: After $100 million Huntington Beach denial, what's the future of desalination in California?

July 8 Most-Read

1. Supervisors Approve Amendment to Emergency Groundwater Ordinance

2. San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors Discusses Paso Basin

3. There’s a Citrus Pandemic Lurking in California Backyards

4. Election integrity activist files for hand recount of county supervisor race

5. Agriculturalists offer input on the 2023 Farm Bill

6. Fire ignites in Central Valley town where wells went dry

7.  Amazon deforestation hits new record in Brazil

8.  Paso Robles businesses nominated in USA Today’s 10 Best poll

9.  Driverless tractor future may be arriving

10. SLO County town looks for new water source to ease water troubles: ‘We have no plan B’

Executive Director Report

Here are a few things we worked on this week:

  • Submitted a comment letter and made comments to the Paso Robles City Council regarding the July 19 Agenda Item 15 “Rescinding Resolution 16- 141 Approving of an Agreement with the 16th District Agricultural Association for the Sale of a Portion of Pioneer Park Property;” 
  • Submitted a press release and media advisory for Cattlemen & Farmers Day award winners;
  • Monitored the July 19 SLO County Board of Supervisors meeting;
  • Gave our weekly agriculture update on the Tom & Becky Show on KJUG 98.1 (Thursdays around 9:05am); 
  • President Hilary Graves presented the Agriculturalist of the Year Award to Tom Bordonaro at Cattlemen & Farmers Day; and 
  • Participated a roundtable with Congressman Carbajal to discuss federal issues.

Upcoming Events:

  • July 29-31- State Young Farmers and Ranchers Summer Leaders Meeting
  • July 30 - Junior Livestock Sale at Mid-State Fair (volunteers needed from 9am-2pm)

Nominations for 2022-23 SLO County Farm Bureau Officers and District Directors

All agricultural members are hereby notified of the Nominating Committee Report for candidates for office and district directors to serve in 2022-2023.

President - Sarah Kramer

Vice President -Randy Diffenbaugh 

Vice President -Wyatt Mello

Secretary/Treasurer -Matt Merrill  

Paul Clark - District 1

Ray Wiebe - District 2

Jeff Buckingham - District 3

Matt Merrill - District 4

Tom Ikeda - District 5

If after the close of nominations, the number of people nominated is not more than the number to be elected to an office, the president shall declare that those nominated and qualified have been elected to that office without further action and announce such election at the annual meeting. The 100th Anniversary Celebration and Annual Meeting of Members will be September 10 at the Alex Madonna Expo Center beginning at 4:00pm.

Community: Farm Bureau Member Tom Ikeda Featured on Backroad Cowgirls YouTube Series

Scholarships Have been Awarded to Local Youth Involved in Agriculture

This Farm Bureau Women scholarship was awarded to individuals whose family is involved in the San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau or Farm Bureau Women, was involved in at least four years of 4H or FFA, or is currently enrolled in a agriculture-related major in college, but was originally a graduate from a SLO County High School.

The recipients of this San Luis Obispo County Foundation for Agriculture Awareness and California Mid-State Fair Heritage Foundation scholarship are all seeking higher education and whose prior involvement in participating in the Mid-State Fair had helped shape their educational and career goals.

Register for the Upcoming Ag in the Classroom Conference in Ventura

Episode 6: Tom Ikeda - Backroad Cowgirls

The Ikedas are one of three families in the Pismo Oceano Vegetable Exchange (POVE) , a co-op allowing them to consolidate their products to directly or indirectly supply large retail stores across the nation such as Walmart, Kroger, Safeway, etc. Individually, they wouldn't have the volume or consistency to fulfill those contracts.

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Meat from livestock sold at Mid-State Fair to be donated to non-profit

Local leaders say the past two years have presented challenges for 4-H youth that take on the endeavor of raising an animal to show for auction at the Santa Barbara County and California Mid-State fairs.

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Distillery Trail Weekend kicks off August 12

There'll be plenty to toast to throughout the annual Distillery Trail Weekend hosted by the Distillers of SLO County from August 12-14, 2022. Over the course of the three-day event, each of the 14 members along the trail will be showcasing their craft spirits with top-shelf happenings such as distillery tours, mixology demonstrations, live music, and pairings with local eats and treats.

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County Government: Paso Robles City Council Discusses Sale of Pioneer Park to Mid-State Fair

Paso Robles City Council Discusses Sale of Pioneer Park to Mid-State Fair

The Paso Robles City Council met Tuesday and discussed the cannabis governance framework in Paso Robles, as well as the city's strategic plan to address homelessness, among other topics. Highlights from the meeting, as sent by the City of Paso Robles, are as follows:

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Recount in process for SLO Co. District 4 Supervisor

The recount process that will re-tally the votes for San Luis Obispo County District 4 Supervisor has begun, the clerk-recorder's office says. On Tuesday morning, the county resident who requested the recount brought a hefty advance deposit to the Clerk-Recorder's office. Darcia Stebbens said she requested the recount to confirm the results for herself and other concerned citizens.

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State Government: Commentary: A Bad Bill Undermines Cooperation on Groundwater

California Farm Bureau's Farm Bureau at Work - 

Legislative & Government Affairs Report from Sacramento

July 22 Highlights (Full Report Here)

  • The Department of Pesticide Regulation, in collaboration with the Department of Food and Agriculture, have released a Sustainable Pest Management Discussion Draft with recommendations for how to transition California to a “safer, more sustainable pest management system.” Farm Bureau has been participating as a workgroup member but does not endorse the discussion draft. At this point, we need your input and concerns noted to change/guide the discussion before the report is final. You can provide your input on a survey link here. If you would like a more in-depth briefing about the components of the document, please contact SLO County Farm Bureau staff.

Trade Groups Ask Newsom to Delay Enforcement of AB 5

More than 70 trade associations representing wide-ranging supply chain interests have sent a letter to California Gov. Gavin Newsom asking him to issue an executive order to temporarily pause enforcement of the state's AB 5 contractor law. The letter, signed July 11 by trade organizations representing interests ...

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Commentary: A bad bill undermines cooperation on groundwater

The ink is barely dry on the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act and here comes more legislation to redo what has been the most significant change in California water law in over 100 years. The California Department of Water Resources has not finished evaluating Groundwater ...

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Food and farming forum focuses on times of scarcity

California's horn of plenty has become a horn of plenty of issues, prompting many leading minds of California agriculture to meet under one roof to hash out ideas. At a July 11 agriculture summit in Sacramento, Jamie Johansson, president of the California Farm Bureau, named drought, inflation and supply-chain issues as among the top problems facing his membership.

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Participate in the CDFA 2023 Farm Bill Listening Sessions

California Department of Food and Agriculture, in partnership with the California Department of Public Health, California Natural Resources Agency and Cal EPA, is leading listening sessions with all farm bill stakeholders to inform California’s priorities for the 2023 Farm Bill.


The 2023 Farm Bill is an opportunity for California farmers and ranchers to influence national agricultural policy to maximize the benefits for all Californians – from farmers and ranchers to consumers. Although California agriculture traditionally leads the country in production value and sustainable agriculture, we are currently facing a wide range of challenges and your input on farm bill programs and policies is more important than ever. 


Calendar of virtual listening sessions is listed below. For more information, farm bill resources and the option to submit comments online, please go to https://www.cdfa.ca.gov/Farm_Bill/

August 10, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Register here

August 16, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM Register here

Federal Government:  What is the (Food and) Farm Bill and Why Does It Matter?

Lawmakers and Industry Groups Call for Farm Labor Solutions

A press conference in Washington, D.C. included several members of Congress and business groups calling for action on farm labor solutions. State and national agricultural leaders joined Republican lawmakers in urging the Senate to pass legislation to build on the Farm Workforce Modernization Act.

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What is the (Food and) Farm Bill and Why Does It Matter?

Background and brief history of the farm bill is provided here, as well as a title-by-title description, including the programs encompassed in each title.

This article is the first of a series of Market Intel articles that will dive deeper into farm bill programs.

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ITC Unanimously Rejects Proposed Tariffs on UAN for Fertilizer

American farmers struggling with the high cost of fertilizer got some good news from the International Trade Commission this week on proposed UAN tariffs. Chad Smith has more. Smith: The U.S. International Trade Commission unanimously voted to reject anti-dumping and countervailing duties on imports of urea ammonium nitrate, or UAN, from Russia and Trinidad and Tobago.

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Business Member Spotlight:

Central Coast Propane

Central Coast Propane is your locally owned reliable source for propane delivery and installation. We pride ourselves on prompt, courteous and friendly service. We have a great staff of fully trained employees that offer knowledgeable and professional service every day. Our goal is complete customer satisfaction.

Central Coast Propane has been in business since 1992. The owners have over 70 years of combined experience in the propane industry. Our facility is constructed with the most modern safety features and our delivery and service fleet uses the most modern equipment and vehicles powered by clean-burning propane autogas. Our staff is trained through the rigorous Certified Employee Training Program as well as many other training programs.



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USDA: Scientists Explore Gene Editing to Manage Invasive Species

Urban Producers, Public Invited to Attend Federal Advisory Committee for Urban Agriculture and Innovative Production

Meeting to be held August 5, 2022 WASHINGTON, July 20, 2022 - The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) encourages urban producers and others to attend the second public meeting of the Federal Advisory Committee for Urban Agriculture and Innovative Production on August 5.

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Scientists Explore Gene Editing to Manage Invasive Species

In the U.S., the environmental and economic costs caused by invasive species are estimated to exceed $120 billion per year. Since invasive pests have few or no natural predators, they can quickly spread, and throw off entire ecosystems by pushing out native species and reducing biological diversity.

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Ag Economics: Food Inflation is 0% at My Farm in 2022

Recession Fears, Trade Shifts Whipsaw Global Grain Markets

Growing fears of a global recession and easing concerns over world food shortages are reversing a sharp rally in grain markets, but pressure on food supplies could linger for years, executives and agricultural economists say.

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Food Inflation is 0% at My Farm in 2022

This post-pandemic period, as the world has also dealt with a war in Ukraine and a tightly constrained supply of fuel, has been one for the books. It's never been more difficult to keep a family farm running, and I've watched a few long-time area farming families get out of the business.

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Agricultural and Resource Economics: ARE Update

Thank You Farm Bureau Members

Renewing Members

Thomas Foss, Central Coast Propane, McAbee Ag Consulting, Donald Clark,  and The Rice Partnership

SLO County Farm Bureau Business Support Member List

Featured Member Benefit:


Caterpillar Discount


California Farm Bureau members can save up to $2,500 on eligible Cat® machines. On top of that, members receive an additional $250 credit on work tool attachments purchased with new Cat machines. Combine these Farm Bureau incentives with other discounts, promotions, rebates or offers that may be available from Cat or your Cat dealer. Just enter your member id and ZIP code and print out your certificate and take it to the dealership prior to purchase.

Environmental: California Poised to Restrict Bee Killing Pesticides

California Poised to Restrict Bee Killing Pesticides

California is acting later than many states in regulating neonicotinoids, but its rules would be among the nation's most extensive. They would change how growers kill pests on nuts, citrus and other fruit crops.

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Sri Lanka's organic farming disaster, explained

Finding the best ways to do good. Sri Lanka's economy is in free fall. Runaway inflation reached 54.6 percent last month, and the South Asian country is now headed toward bankruptcy. Nine in 10 Sri Lankan families are skipping meals, and many are standing in line for days in the hope of acquiring fuel.

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Produce: Researchers Identify Genes Making Strawberries Resistant to Fusarium Wilt

Researchers Identify Genes Making Strawberries Resistant to Fusarium Wilt

PUBLISHED ON DAVIS, Calif. - Strawberry losses from Fusarium wilt could become less of a threat after researchers at the University of California, Davis, discovered genes that are resistant to the deadly soil-borne disease.

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USDA renews charter for National Organic Standards Board

The National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) plays a critical role in advising USDA on the implementation of the Organic Foods Production Act. To facilitate this work, the USDA reviews and renews the NOSB Charter every two years. The 2022 NOSB Charter update process is now complete, and the new version is posted on the AMS website.

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CEA organic certification still a divisive topic

The organic certification of fruits and vegetables grown in indoors has long been a festering issue in the organic sector and was the subject of a workshop session at the recent Organic Produce Summit, held in Monterey, CA, July 13-14.

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Labor: APMA Offering New H-2A Certificate Program

Adjusting to Higher Labor Costs in Selected U.S. Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Industries

This report examines how U.S. producers of selected labor-intensive fresh fruit and vegetables are addressing the rising costs of labor. Farm labor costs increased from 2010-19 for several reasons, including fewer newly-arrived unauthorized workers, rising State minimum wages, and new requirements to pay overtime wages to some farm workers.

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Trucker protest shuts down operations at California port

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Truckers protesting a state labor law have effectively shut down cargo operations at the Port of Oakland, it was announced Wednesday. "The shutdown will further exacerbate the congestion of containers" and port officials are urging operations at shipping terminals to resume, a port statement said.

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Situation Critical for Some Growers With Farm Labor Missing in Action

For one-third of the respondents to American Fruit Grower's annual State of the Industry survey, labor is not an issue. Not yet at least. Those growers are surrounded by a stable team of employees, which in 20% of those cases is comprised of family members.

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CA Minimum Wage Going Up to $15.50 in January 2023


In late May, Governor Newsom announced that California’s minimum wage would increase to $15.50 per your as of January 1, 2023. Previously, New Year’s Day 2023 had been expected to bring a minimum wage of $15/hour for employers of 25 or fewer employees (employers of 26 or more employees were required to pay a minimum wage of $15/hours as of January 1, 2022).


However, the Department of Finance announced in May that inflationary pressures in the first half of 2022 resulted in inflation of 7.6% between 2021 and 2022. SB 3 (Leno, 2016) included an inflation escalator clause mandating automatic minimum wage increases to match inflation in the Consumer Price Index.


As a result, employers of all sizes will be required to pay a minimum of $15.50/hour on January 2, 2023, a $1.50 hike for small employers.


The minimum salary for exempt employees will increase to $64,480 per year or $5773.33 per month, a significant jump for small employers with a current exempt salary floor of $58,240 annually.


In a bit of good news for California employers, the Secretary of State’s office announced on July 1 that a ballot initiative being pushed by labor and anti-poverty advocates to $18 by 2025 in $1 annual increments failed to qualify for the November 2022 ballot. According to the Secretary of State, proponents of the measure failed to submit a sufficient number of verifiable signatures.

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Wildfire: Hearing Airs Concerns Over Wildfire Insurance Coverage

Hearing Airs Concerns Over Wildfire Insurance Coverage

July 20, 2022 - By Kevin Hecteman, California Farm Bureau’s AgAlert

California's insurer of last resort needs some work. That was the message delivered on the California FAIR Plan at a state Department of Insurance hearing.


Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara said more Californians are turning to the FAIR Plan after losing coverage in the wake of years of devastating wildfires. New FAIR Plan policies ballooned from 23,049 in 2018 to 77,650 in 2020, according to department data, while renewals rose from 117,398 to 163,816 over the same period.


"We are here today because of our continued concerns that the FAIR Plan is not meeting its mission of ensuring access and availability of insurance for those Californians who need it," Lara said at the July 13 hearing in Oakland. "Some businesses and homeowners cannot get coverage they need from the FAIR Plan alone," he said. "So they have to purchase difference-in-conditions insurance policies, which may or may not fill gaps in coverage, and may also be very, very cost-prohibitive."


All insurance companies authorized to operate in California must participate in the Fair Access to Insurance Requirements Plan. It was created in the 1960s after wildfires and civil unrest made obtaining insurance difficult. Farms and agricultural operations were excluded until the enactment of Senate Bill 11 last year.


California Farm Bureau Administrator Jim Houston testified that insurance is one more headache for farmers and ranchers. "We are dealing right now with fewer inputs—less water, less fertilizer, less energy, less employees," Houston said. "Having to deal with the insurance crisis on top of that really puts a strain on our businesses."


Houston said he's pleased the plan now covers farm structures, but he said frustrations continue because some insurance brokers remain uninformed on the details. "Farm Bureau members have reported that they'll go and talk to the same broker that has provided them the nonrenewal, but not been able to advise them about the availability of the FAIR Plan or what their FAIR Plan options are," Houston said.


Those who seek FAIR Plan coverage often are met with a delayed response, if they even get one, Houston testified. "Farmers and ranchers state that it takes almost a full business week to receive a response from the FAIR Plan," Houston said, adding that some people have then been denied coverage while others have to schedule an inspection "The delay in the response from the FAIR Plan can put not just farming operations under stress but can hold up real estate transactions, loans and other normal business activity," Houston said.


Houston said finding brokers, scheduling inspections and other demands to get coverage take "time away from the farm and the core function of the business." Then, lapses in coverage can make it impossible to obtain operating loans and therefore bring a crop to market.


"You simply cannot operate a farm," Houston said, "if you do not have insurance."

CDFA seeking comments on new grant program for Community Resilience Centers

The California Department of Food and Agriculture is seeking public comments on a draft Request for Applications (RFA) for a new grant program, Community Resilience Centers Program (CRC). The 30-day public comment period will begin on July 25, 2022, and comments will be accepted until August 24, 2022.

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Why don't Californians use goats and sheep more often to reduce fire risk?

Ira Hocherman remembers looking out his window in the Point Reyes area in 2020 and seeing the glow of fire a few miles away. He and his husband spent a few smoky and sleepless nights - and they don't want a future fire to get any closer.

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Livestock: Suit Against Organic Valley Calls Separating Cows from Calves Inhumane

Suit Against Organic Valley Calls Separating Cows from Calves Inhumane

On one panel of Organic Valley's whole milk carton, the dairy cooperative says its "commitment to the highest organic standards and animal care practices helps make all our food delicious and nutritious." Rotate the carton 90 degrees, and another panel tells consumers that Organic Valley believes "the best organic milk begins with .

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California just invested millions in lab-grown meat, becoming the first state to back the unproven industry

Before voting to adopt California's $308 billion state budget last month, Assembly Member Ash Kalra, a Democrat from San Jose, took a tour of Upside Foods, a food technology startup in Emeryville. Inside the gleaming new $50 million facility, Kalra, who went vegan four years ago, and three other local politicians sampled Upside's prototype: lab-grown, or "cultivated," chicken meat.

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CDFW News | Avian Influenza Virus Detected in Wild Birds in California

Avian Influenza Virus Detected in Wild Birds in California Wildlife disease specialists have confirmed the presence of Highly Pathogenic Eurasian H5N1 Avian Influenza in three wild birds found in Colusa and Glenn counties. The birds were collected by the U.S.

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Vineyard & Wine: SLO County Farm Bureau President, Hilary Graves, recognized as Wine Grape Grower of the Year

SLO County Farm Bureau President, Hilary Graves, recognized as Wine Grape Grower of the Year

The San Luis Obispo County wine industry annually comes together to honor members of the local wine community. These awards recognize dedication, stewardship, innovation, and leadership demonstrated in San Luis Obispo County.

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》》》 Vineyard Pests? 《《《

Join us online for a virtual seminar on Phylloxera, nematodes, and other vineyard pests. This seminar qualifies for 2 hours of DPR CEUs in the "other" category. As always, this seminar is free for members and $30 for guests. SEMINAR AGENDA

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Wine alliance announces partnership with Wine Folly

The Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance (PRWCA) recently announced that it has partnered with Wine Folly to create a Paso Robles Region Guide on their digital education platform, according to a report by Wine Industry Advisor. Through this partnership, the PRWCA has opened Wine Folly's platform for all Paso Robles wineries to reach their over 20 million wine learners.

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Water: After $100 million Huntington Beach denial, what's the future of desalination in California?

Meet the new and improved Israeli irrigation system

In order to advance the agriculture industry and new techniques for it, the Agriculture Ministry is marketing a digital irrigation system that will give vintners (wine merchants) accurate data and efficient tools to grow high-quality grapes. 

This system tells farmers how much water to use based on the most accurate weather information and will save growers unnecessary water costs while preventing produce damage.

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After $100 million Huntington Beach denial, what's the future of desalination in California?

(The Center Square) - After a high profile, decades-long battle to build a desalination plant in Huntington Beach ended in denial, all eyes will be on the California Coastal Commission as it considers whether or not to approve two smaller desalination projects this fall.

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California’s Idle Crop Land May Double as Water Crisis Deepen

California’s historic drought may leave the state with the largest amount of empty farmland in recent memory as farmers face unprecedented cuts to crucial water supplies.

The size of fields intended for almonds, rice, wine grapes and other crops left unworked could be around 800,000 acres, double the size of last year and the most in at least several decades, said Josue Medellin-Azuara, an associate professor at University of California Merced.

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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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