México Chapter Leaders:

  • President: Sergio Salgado of Vinas del Sol
  • Board Representative: Esteban Macias of Comercializadora G.A.B. / Mr. Lucky
  • Vice President: Paola A. Guerrero of San Jose y Su Agricultura
  • Secretary: Juan Escalante of Nature Sweet / Brighthouse Organics
  • Treasurer: Mariana Perez of Red Sun Farms

San Luis Obispo

The CCOF San Luis Obispo Chapter encompasses all of San Luis Obispo County.

The Board Representative and Treasurer is Jutta Theorner.

The Chapter President is Ashley Gable.

The Chapter Secretary is Ron LaBastida.

Sierra Gold

The CCOF Sierra Gold Chapter is located in the Sierra foothills. Our chapter represents Amador, Alpine, Calaveras, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, and Tuolumne counties. Sierra Gold members produce a wide variety of organic products including apples, berries, kiwi, mandarins, peaches, pears, plums, rice, wild rice, table grapes, wine grapes, vegetable crops, and animal products. Visit us at www.sierraorganicgrowers.com

North Coast

As of Fall 2014, the North Coast (NC) chapter of CCOF is up and running! The NC Chapter is the first chapter in decades to re-join the active CCOF community. This chapter is proud to include the beautiful terrains of Marin, Napa, and Sonoma counties. These counties, perhaps thought of consisting primarily of grape farmers and wine makers, actually offer a diverse group of organic farmers, ranchers, and handlers. They produce everything from olive oil, fruits, vegetables and honey to organically raised livestock. We even have our fair share of organic producers here as well—who knew!?


Kern County cradles the south end of the central valley, aka California’s fruit and nut basket; it stretches from the high Sierras to the coastal ranges with a broad swath of fertile land in between. The local organic farms range from large operations to mom and pop shops and home-on-the-range outfits. The region is a hotbed for carrots, potatoes, grapes, and much more. Most of the chapter members are practicing organic farming for decades and are proud of it. The chapter welcomes new members. 

North Valley

The CCOF North Valley Chapter is one of the largest in the state, encompassing the area from Yuba County to the Oregon border, and from the Nevada border west to the Coast Range. In this diverse region, our members produce everything from beef, goat cheese, wine, rice, nuts, citrus, and kiwi to mushrooms and much more. Many members have been with CCOF for decades, with some among the pioneers who started CCOF.

Central Coast

The CCOF Central Coast Chapter was founded in February 1976 as CCOF's first chapter at a meeting in Watsonville, California. Our chapter contains a wide range of producers, handlers, retailers and others in the greater Monterey Bay Area and San Francisco Bay Area. Our members produce organic vegetables, fruit, nuts, herbs, flowers, seeds, mushrooms, animal products, and so many other products. The Central Coast chapter contains the Monterey, San Benito, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, San Mateo, San Francisco, Alameda, and part of Contra Costa counties.