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Permalink California Accepting Nominations for Farmers Market Advisory Committee

California Department of Food and Agriculture is accepting nominations to fill 15 vacancies on the California Certified Farmers Market Advisory Committee (CFMAC). The CFMAC advises the Secretary of the California Department of Food and Agriculture on issues related to the direct marketing of agricultural products at certified farmers markets. The CFMAC vacancies are for active certified producers and certified farmers market operators or representatives. The term of office is up to two years. Nominations will be accepted until the positions are filled.

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