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Coming Events & Industry News:
Understanding US DOL - MSPA Requirements
for Agricultural Employers, FLCs, Supervisors
H2A Visas - Legal Immigrant Temporary Workers for Ag
Friday, May 12, 2017
Hampton Inn & Suites
945 Hartle Court, Napa, CA 94559
US Department of Labor has become more active in Napa and Sonoma counties. Come learn from their key administrators what agricultural employers can expect in a compliance inspection. There will be a session in the morning in Spanish for FLCs, Supervisors and Mayordomos. A session in English will follow in the afternoon for growers, FLCs, supervisors and other interested parties.
Networking Reception and
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Tequila Museo Mayahuel
1200 K Street, Sacramento
- Food, Music, Wine, Silent Auction Items,
- Raffle featuring two round-trip ticket vouchers from AeroMexico!
- All proceeds go to our 2017 Farmworker Scholarship Fund
- Join us for a great time in support of a great cause!
- All donations welcome!
7th Annual Legislative Action Day
May 3, 2017
Citizen Hotel & State Capitol
Please join us for this critically important day at our state Capitol. Each year, CFLCA provides this opportunity for FLCs and their supporters to learn about critical legislative issues impacting our industry, and to engage with legislators and their staff to educate them on how proposed legislation will impact our industry. More importantly, we educate legislators on the realities of the FLC industry, as we battle many years of negative stereotyping of FLCs.
2017 Ag Employers Compliance Conference
Farm Labor Contractor 9-Hour Continuing Education Programs
UC Davis Ag Labor Conference
It was an interesting conference last Friday, April 14, at UC Davis bringing together a range of experts and interesting perspectives on the current and future state of California agricultural labor.