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Revitalization: The North Coast Chapter Shakes the Rust

CCOF-certified members in Marin, Sonoma, and Napa counties recently coordinated their efforts to revitalize the North Coast Chapter. The original chapter disbanded a couple of years back due to a lack of interest. On June 12, they met to solicit nominations for board members, discuss chapter goals, and mingle with one another.

The CCOF Big Valley Chapter Elects Leadership!

We would like to congratulate and welcome the new CCOF Big Valley Chapter President Kathleen Schwallie of Blue Egg Farm, new Chapter Vice President Alli Cecchini of First Generation Farmers, and new Chapter Board Representative Chad Crivelli of Live Oak Dairy. We would also like to thank Brad Samuelson, Bill Thompson, and John Lagier for their years of dedication and continuing support. 
 
Why does chapter leadership matter?
 
CCOF is a member-based organization made up of 15 chapters.

The CCOF Central Coast Chapter Elects Leadership!

We would like to congratulate and welcome the new CCOF Central Coast Chapter President Javier Zamora of JSM Organics and new Chapter Secretary Lori Fiorovich of Crystal Bay Farms. We would also like to thank re-elected leaders, Toby Garrone of Far West Fungi, vice president; Christine Coke of Coke Farms, treasurer; and Grant Brians of Heirloom Organic Gardens as board representative. 
 
Why does chapter leadership matter?
 
CCOF is a member-based organization made up of 15 chapters.

The CCOF Mexico Chapter Elects Leadership!

We would like to congratulate and welcome the new leaders of the CCOF Mexico Chapter: Board Representative Esteban Macias of Grupo U, President Sergio Salgado Vidal of Viñas del Sol S.A. de C.V., Vice President Paola A. Guerrero of San Jose y Su Agricultura, Treasurer Mariana Perez of Red Sun Farms, and Secretary Juan Escalante of Nature Sweet Bright/House Organics Invernaderos.

Vote Now in the Processor/Handler and San Luis Obispo Chapter Elections!

Vote in your chapter election to ensure your business has a voice in CCOF’s governance! 
 

Processor/Handler Chapter members (your client ID starts with a “pr”): click here to vote now

 

San Luis Obispo Chapter members (your client ID starts with an “sl”): click here to vote now

 
The deadline to vote is Tuesday, November 12 at 12:00 p.m.
 

Vote Now in the Processor/Handler and San Luis Obispo Chapter Elections!

Vote in your chapter election to ensure your business has a voice in CCOF’s governance! 
 
CCOF’s chapter system is a powerful tool to connect our members across the United States and Mexico. Chapter leaders have the unique opportunity to leverage the collective power of CCOF’s membership and staff to advance organic.

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