March 31, 2023

ABC: Grower and Farm Labor Contractor Forum

California’s almond industry thrives worldwide, and an integral element of this success is a skilled labor force who can do everything from planting orchards to harvesting crops. As technology continues to create efficiencies, it is also critical the industry keeps pace and implements safe practices, and prioritizes the health and wellbeing of the workforce.

In this grower and farm labor contractor forum, Almond Board of California will focus on the essential elements to developing a safety culture. Hear from industry leaders across the Valley as they provide their insights and discuss strategies for integrating safety practices into their operations.

  • Events begin at 9 a.m. and concludes by 12 noon.
  • Free to attend; refreshments and lunch provided by the Almond Board of California.    

Forum Date and Location

July 13, 2022
Hodels Country Dining
5917 Knudsen Drive
Bakersfield, CA 93308
CEU’s available: DPR, 1.0 Laws and Regulations

July 19, 2022
Co-presented by Stanislaus County Farm Bureau
Stanislaus County Farm Bureau
1201 L Street
Modesto, CA 95354
CEU’s available: DPR, 0.5 Laws and Regulations, 1.5 Other

July 21, 2022
Co-presented by Butte County Farm Bureau
Durham Memorial Hall
9319 Midway
Durham, CA 95938
CEU’s available: DPR, 1.0 Laws and Regulations

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