- Agricultural Programs
Visit the Lake County Codes and Ordinance Chapter Three - Agriculture page, for all codes and ordinances regarding agriculture.
Certified Farmer's Market
Here in Lake County we have Certified Farmer's Markets (CFM) which operate seasonally and year-round.
Review the annually updated Crop Reports of Lake County.
European Grapevine Moth
In 2011 Lake County was removed from the European Grapevine Moth quarantine. However, due to our proximity to counties infested with the moth, the Lake County Department of Agriculture continues to work toward preventing this pest from becoming established in our county.
Insect Trapping Program
Despite regulations and best practices to keep them out, non-native insects sometimes invade California. The Lake County Department of Agriculture conducts a comprehensive program to detect pests that may have inadvertently entered our county.
The Lake County Department of Agriculture is a vital link in maintaining the integrity of organic food production, handling, processing and sales.
The Lake County Department of Agriculture protects our local agricultural industry and environment from invasion by exotic pests by maintaining an extensive Pest Exclusion Program as a first line of defense.
The Lake County Department of Agriculture protects human health and the environment by regulating pesticide sales and use and by supporting integrated pest management and best practices.
Sudden Oak Death
Sudden Oak Death (SOD) was first observed in trees along the north coast of California in 1995.