Below is a collection of upcoming seminars and training opportunities that may be of interest to California avocado growers.
The California Master Beekeeper Program is offering two seminars for those interested in beekeeping. The courses are designed for those new to beekeeping, as well as for those with bees who want to learn more about how to keep their hives healthy and productive.
To help members of the agricultural industry manage the threat of invasive shot hole borers (ISHB), a new online ISHB training course has been made available. Learn more.
The California Avocado Commission, University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE), California Avocado Society and University of Florida’s Tropical Research and Education Center are hosting a free seminar entitled “Laurel Wilt — A Threat to California’s Avocado Industry.”
The California Department of Conservation, Farm Bureau of Ventura County and the Nature Conservancy are hosting a free Sustainable Agricultural Lands Conservation Program workshop. Learn more.
The Ventura County Food Safety Association is hosting a seminar entitled, “Creating a Food Safety Platform in our Local Ag Community” on May 23. Learn more.
California avocado growers who use H2A contractors or directly hire H2A workers — and those interested in learning more about H2A labor options — are encouraged to attend free H2A Roundtable Sessions organized by the Agricultural Personnel Management Association.
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