What is CFLCA?
Celebrating our 10th year! Established in 2009, California Farm Labor Contractor Association (CFLCA) represents members who employ over 250,000 farm workers engaged in agricultural production throughout California. Farm labor contractors (FLC's) account for well over 50% of California's agricultural labor force. Our mission is to cultivate growth and viability for the industry.
For the past decade, CFLCA has served a vital role in navigating complex labor laws. We promote best management practices and provide our members with educational opportunities to ensure safe and professional environments for grower clients and the farm labor workforce.
Be a Valued Member of California's Farm Labor Contractor Association
We're here to help! From mandated safety education to advocacy and labor practice assessments, CFLCA supports you and your unique needs to run a successful and safe labor operation. We provide invaluable services and benefits to farm labor contractors, growers and affiliated organizations who serve the agriculture industry.
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Advocating on Behalf of the FLC Industry
Stay informed and make your voice heard
FLCs now have a strong and respected voice among a wide range of regulatory and legislative bodies. CFLCA is recognized as THE organization that speaks on behalf of farm labor contractors.
Championing on behalf of the FLC industry, CFLCA gives a voice to the critical role that FLCs play in providing the labor needed to feed a hungry world. With your membership support and through the alliances we have built with other agricultural organization, we advocate directly with decision makers in Sacramento and in Washington D.C. Our leadership is called on to share industry perspectives and expertise with policy makers while fostering FLC-specific political engagement.
We do this by continually monitoring relevant legislation, providing testimony and regulatory language when necessary, directing funds through our Political Action Committee (PAC) to favorable candidates, visiting directly with legislators at our Legislative Action Day and more. We keep you informed and engaged by providing the most recent updates as they become available.
Empowering California FLC's with One Voice