farm bureau is working for you 
here are just a few ways we our    organization makes a difference
  • Conserving Farmland and Ranchland
  • Making our voice heard through political action
  • Helping you grow and market your products
  • Enhancing water supply and quality
  • Managing production costs
  • Increasing the benefits of membership
  • Standing up against onerous regulation
  • Reaching out to educate the public
  • Educating our Public Officials on the importance of agriculture in Shasta County
  • Supporting the youth by providing scholarships
  • And many more.....


who can be a member?

anyone can join!

as a farm bureau member, you help to assure that your food source is secure

 With your Farm Bureau membership you'll receive the award wining magazine California Bountiful, a colorful and insightful publication featuring stories about California-grown foods, tempting recipes, gardening tips and much more. Your membership helps to aid the farmers and ranchers in growing food for people as well as providing habitat for wildlife, by preserving the many family farms and ranches where 90 percent of endangered species reside on private property. Farm Bureau will also provide you with an opportunity to learn more about locally grown food and the people who grow it.



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Local Information services 

Shasta County UCCE  (530) 224-4900
Farm Advisor - Larry Forero
nutrition Advisor - Concepcion Mendoza
Forestry Advisor - Ryan Desantis 

Shasta County Ag Commissioner
Paul kjos (530) 224-4949

Natural Resource Conservation Services
Melinda Graves (530) 226-2574

Western Shasta Resource Conservation District

(530) 365-7332

Farm Service Agency 
Ruth Ford (530) 226-2560

Department of Fish & Wildlife
(530) 225-2300

Shasta College Agriculture Department
Trena Kimler-Richards (530) 242-2209

Shasta Cascade Viticulture Association
(530) 549-5375







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