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14 02, 2019

Governor Newsom Names Cabinet and Secretary Appointees

By | February 14th, 2019|Categories: Politics, Water|0 Comments

Governor Newsom names Esquivel SWRCB Chair, appoints Lauren Firestone Former CDFA Secretary Bill Lyons appointed Agriculture Liaison in the Office of the Governor In his first two months of office, Governor Newsom has made several appointments to his cabinet and various agencies that have a direct impact on the agricultural industry. On February 12, 2019, [...]

14 02, 2019

USDA Purchases 1.16 Million Cartons of Citrus

By | February 14th, 2019|Categories: Trade|0 Comments

Late last week, USDA announced another round of citrus purchases, the majority of which were cartons of fruit at a price ranging from $11.50 - $24.29 including transportation costs. This fruit was destined for California, the West Coast, and multiple stops heading East.  Additionally, another 485,000 units of 3lb bags were purchased at prices ranging [...]

14 02, 2019

Trade Dollar Utilization Communicated

By | February 14th, 2019|Categories: Trade|0 Comments

To those sectors in agriculture affected by trade retaliation tariffs, the Administration authorized the fruit purchase program (above) and a promotion program (ATP).  Several commodity leaders believe that as the year progresses, dollars allocated for fruit purchasing may not all be spent.  This belief has resulted in a joint communication signed by CCM, American Pistachio [...]

14 02, 2019

2019 Survey of Agricultural Equipment

By | February 14th, 2019|Categories: Citrus Industry|0 Comments

The 2019 Agricultural Tractor and Mobile Equipment Survey is now online.  CCM, in conjunction with Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and the California Air Resources Board, is looking to collect information from producers in the field, custom operators, and first processing facilities, and covers all mobile Ag equipment using any type of fuel or electricity, [...]

14 02, 2019

Deficit Billing Issues with Utility Companies

By | February 14th, 2019|Categories: Energy|0 Comments

CCM has been made aware of an issue of “deficit billing” from Southern California Edison (SCE) related to new line services installed for irrigation wells.  SCE has claimed that the meters didn’t generate the required revenue during the first 12 months, thus triggering “deficit bills” for the remaining amount to the owners.  In addition, SCE [...]

14 02, 2019

SWEEP Funds Available – Deadline is March 8th

By | February 14th, 2019|Categories: Citrus Industry|0 Comments

The California Department of Food and Agriculture is awarding water efficiency grants, and there is a particular focus on prioritizing grants to disadvantaged communities and this could include any farm in a (DAC) or one that employs workers from a nearby disadvantaged community. All of the details to learn more are available on the CDFA [...]

14 02, 2019

Healthy Soils Program Grants Due March 8th

By | February 14th, 2019|Categories: Citrus Industry|0 Comments

Another CDFA Grant Program - Healthy Soils Program (HSP) can fund your efforts to improve soil health. Particular focus will be given to those farms in disadvantaged communities but all commercial farms are eligible to apply. Due Date - March 8, 2019 The HSP Incentives Program provides financial assistance for implementation of conservation management that [...]

14 02, 2019

Court Rules On-Call Scheduling is Compensable

By | February 14th, 2019|Categories: Labor, Laws & Regulations|0 Comments

A California Court of Appeal has ruled that employees who are required to contact their employer before an on-call shift, but never physically report to work, may be entitled to reporting time pay. In Ward v. Tilly’s Inc., plaintiff Skyler Ward challenged the on-call scheduling practices of her employer, Tilly’s, as violating reporting time pay [...]

7 02, 2019

Bureau of Reclamation Releases Revised Biological Opinion

By | February 7th, 2019|Categories: Water|0 Comments

On January 31st, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation released their final biological opinion for the operations in the Delta.  The timeline for the release of the revised biological opinions was sped up due to congressional pressure on the administration and the ultimate signing of the Presidential Water Memorandum last October.  It is anticipated that the [...]

7 02, 2019

CCM Grower Meetings in Southern California

By | February 7th, 2019|Categories: Events|0 Comments

CCM’s newly appointed President Casey Creamer will be hosting 2 meet and greet meetings in Riverside and Ventura. The goal of these meetings is to hear Southern California member ideas and concerns within the industry in order to help direct CCM’s strategy as it continues to represent growers in Sacramento and Washington, D.C. This is [...]

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