Sonoma County Farm Bureau

Programs

Animal Resource Management Committee

The Animal Resource Management Committee (ARM) is responsible for addressing federal Clean Water Act related topics for animal producers. Farm Bureau collects and evaluates water quality sample data from various North Bay watersheds. Our environmental consultant works with producers in complying with water quality regulations. A committee of Farm Bureau member producers and regulatory agencies like the Region I & II Water Boards, CDFG, U.S. EPA, areas RCD’s, NRCS, S.C. Dept of Health, UCCE meet to address and improve water quality.

For more information on becoming involved with this program, please contact SCFB.

 

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Natural Resources

The Natural Resources & Environment Committee (NRE) studies federal, state and local issues and regulations related to the environment. This includes land use policies, natural resources, endangered species, fire codes, endangered species, land protection, rural urban conflicts, etc. The committee works with governmental agencies providing education and science to address these issues.

For more information on becoming involved with this program, please contact SCFB.

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Rural Health & Safety

Labor & Safety Committee
The Labor & Safety Committee (LSC) addresses topics related to providing a reliable farm labor force, farm labor housing and organizes a series of seminars and workshops addressing labor and safety needs of the agricultural community. Topics include labor laws, human resources, pesticide application safety, CPR & first aid, tractor and other vehicle operations, farm manager training, electrical safety, etc. Workshops are conducted in both Spanish and English.

Seminars & Workshops
• Sonoma County Farm Bureau offers numerous English and Spanish programs throughout the year.

Labor Posters
• Stop by, email us or give us a call at (707) 544-5575 to reserve these & other available posters.
• Laminated Labor Posters: $90/set of 3
• No Trespassing (English & Spanish versions available): $4.50 each

AG Compliance Stickers
• “AG” Compliance Stickers are available at the Farm Bureau Office.

Farm Employers Labor Service
• Learn more about Labor Management Relations through FELS.

Farm Labor Regulations
• Find out more about labor regulations at the Sonoma County Agricultural Commissioner's Office.

Rural Health & Safety Tips
• Check out labor, health and safety tips at cfbf.com.

For more information on becoming involved with this program, please contact SCFB.

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