Ventura County Packinghouse Meeting: Nov. 1

Coast

The Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Program and California Citrus Mutual invite packinghouse managers, operations managers and supervisors in Ventura County to attend a roundtable discussion about the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) and Huanglongbing (HLB).

The meeting will include updates on ACP and HLB in Southern California, regulations affecting businesses, and program activities happening at the statewide level.

Time will be provided for questions and discussion with:

  • Nawal Sharma, manager for the quarantine response program at the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA)
  • Victoria Hornbaker, statewide citrus program manager at CDFA
  • Ed Williams, Ventura County Agricultural Commissioner
  • Link Leavens and Ted Grether, Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Program Committee members

When: Thursday, Nov. 1, 10 a.m. – noon

Where:
Ventura County Fairgrounds
Derby Club – Director’s Room
10 West Harbor Blvd.
Ventura, CA 93001

Complimentary parking is available in Lot A (Main Parking Lot)

Refreshments will be provided. 

RSVPs are not required but are encouraged. For questions or to RSVP, visit CitrusInsider.org/VenturaMeeting or contact Tracy Moehnke at 619-795-0703 or tm@nstpr.com.

Download a flier for the event here.


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