Members of the agricultural industry are facing unprecedented challenges during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. To assist growers, the California Avocado Commission has gathered beneficial industry resources and the latest updates concerning COVID-19 that pertain to the industry. We will continue to share the latest news in our GreenSheet newsletter, and encourage you to check this page often for the latest updates and news.
The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 provides financial assistance to growers impacted by the COVID pandemic. The deadline to apply for CFAP 2 is December 11.
The Farmworker Household Assistance Program in Ventura County aids farmworkers who may be in danger of losing their homes due to the COVID pandemic. Learn more about this program and how to apply.
The Santa Barbara County Agricultural Commissioner’s Office has a variety of personal protection equipment (PPE) currently available to assist members of the agricultural industry. Supplies are limited and availability is temporary
San Diego and Ventura Counties Launch Lodging Programs for Agricultural Workers Affected by COVID-19
To assist agricultural workers who have tested positive for COVID-19 or who may have had close contact with someone who tested positive, San Diego County and Ventura County have initiated temporary housing programs so individuals can safely isolate or quarantine.
The Housing for Harvest program provides safe, temporary hotel housing for agricultural workers who test positive, or were exposed to COVID-19. Programs are now in place in Riverside and Santa Barbara Counties.
California Governor Newsom announced a new housing program to assist California workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, providing temporary hotel housing for agricultural and farmworkers who test positive, or were exposed to, COVID-19. Learn more.
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