CCM Works for You

Membership in CCM is an investment with a guaranteed return. Our work on the growers’ behalf can be quantified by the amount of savings or gains that our efforts have achieved and by our work to mitigate the negative impacts of legislation and regulations. Any way you cut it, CCM efforts result in higher gross revenue per acre.

Download our 2019 Annual Report to learn more about the work we do on behalf of CA citrus growers.

Membership Benefits

  • The weekly CCM Market Memo provides up-to-date information on market trends and market price data for navel and Valencia oranges, mandarins, and lemons.
  • Access to the Members – Only section of our website where they can access a complete directory of CA packing houses, and resources such as degree days and evapotranspiration data, and the annual navel perspective.
  • The annual Citrus Showcase is the largest citrus-specific conference and trade show in California and features multiple educational workshops, a trade show of over 100 exhibitors, and a popular luncheon program.
  • CCM’s Weather Watch service provides real-time weather information from 26 stations located in the Central Valley between November 15 and March 15 for frost monitoring purposes.
  • Our weekly newsletter keeps you up-to-date on the industry news you need to know.

Advocating for CA Citrus Growers

CCM staff is experienced at working in the public policy and regulatory arenas on behalf of the citrus industry. From trade to water and every issue in between, CCM has the credibility and reputation to influence state and federal policies that impact citrus growers.

Federal Advocacy – We work closely with members of the Congress and federal agencies to secure funding for the Citrus Health Response Program to help underwrite survey work for the Asian citrus psyllid and Huanglongbing. CCM has engaged with members of Congress extensively on the issue of water and the need for greater accountability from environmental programs. CCM also works closely with the Department of Agriculture on trade-related matters and pest and disease issues.

State Advocacy – CCM is the industry’s advocate in our state’s capital, working with members of the legislature and regulatory agencies such as CAL EPA, Department of Pesticide Regulation, Department of Food and Agriculture, the Natural Resources Agency, and the Department of Industrial Relations to seek policies that promote CA citrus growers.

Political Action Committee – The CCM Political Action Committee raises funds for candidates who are committed to supporting the needs of CA’s citrus growers.