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March 14, 2024

San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau Announces New Executive Director San Luis Obispo, CA. – Paul Clark, long time San Luis Obispo County resident, Shandon cattle rancher, and attorney, has been selected by the San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau as its new Executive Director. He succeeds Brent Burchett, who became Executive Director in 2019, and has moved back to Kentucky to be closer to family.   Mr. Clark is a graduate of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and McGeorge School of Law.  He has been an attorney in San Luis Obispo County since 1996.  Mr. Clark ...

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San Luis Obispo County Agriculture Weekly News

June 15, 2021

Every Monday, SLO County Farm Bureau sends out a weekly email news update....

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2022 SLO County Crop Report Released

September 1, 2023

Second Year In A Row Topping Over $1 Billion in Overall Gross Value Reported, Strawberries Remain Number One...

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2023 San Luis Obispo County Agriculturalist Cattlewoman Cattleman of the Year Named

July 20, 2023

Congratulations to the 2023 Agriculturalist, CattleWoman and Cattleman of the Year...

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Nipomo High School's Rosemary Cummings Named Ag Teacher of the Year

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SLO County Young Farmers & Ranchers is Back!

USDA Opens 2020 Enrollment for Agricultural Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage Programs

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Leadership Farm Bureau Applications Open Until December 20, 2019

SWEEP Applications Available October 21st

Farmers & Ranchers Celebrate Japanese Trade Deal

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State Water Board Increases Water Quality, Rights Fees

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USDA Eases Rules to Add Flexibility to Cover Crops

San Luis Obispo County Farm Service Agency to Hold County Committee Election

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New Cattle Council Names First Board

2018 Agriculture Revenues Set New Record

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CFBF Centennial Celebration

USDA Crop Risk Protection Deadline September 1, 2019.

SLO County Farm Bureau Board Member Dan Sutton Testifies Before House Ag Committee

California Acts to Prohibit Chlorpyrifos Pesticide

New, more stringent food safety practices adopted to prevent outbreaks

Farm Bureau Women Brooms Available at Farm Supply

PG&E Wildfire Safety Program Information

USDA Announces Sign-Up Period for Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP)

2017 Census of Agriculture Data Now Available

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USDA Launches New Features to Help with H2A Applications

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Executive Director Hired

Industrial Hemp Cultivation Update

USDA to Reopen FSA Offices for Limited Services During Government Shutdown

New Minimum Wage, Overtime, and Salary Rules for Agricultural Workers

DWR Finalized Basin Prioritizations Under SGMA

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Annual Open Burn Season Starts December 12

Delegates Vote on Policy Recommendations

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Agreement Streamlines Repair of High-Tech Farm Equipment

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County Groundwater Basin Priority Changes

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Grant Funding Available for Ag Vehicle and Engine Replacement

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Asian Citrus Psyllid Update

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