All applications for participation in this Grant Funded Non-Enforcement Pesticide Disposal Program will be put on a list, on a first come first serve basis, with priority being given to private property operators in Stanislaus County no later than September 29, 2023.
This report provides a statistical description of Stanislaus County's agricultural production. This report represents gross values of agricultural commodities and does not reflect production costs or profits.
Our office will be hosting multiple review sessions to help prepare for the revised PAC exam, followed by the exam sessions. Please make sure to register on time as these sessions will have limited seats. You can register here or by calling our office at (209) 525-4730.
Please join us on our In-Person and Zoom CE Classes for 2023. We have partnered with Stanislaus County Farm Bureau to bring you some exciting new classes and opportunities to grow and learn with us. Our classes will begin on June 6th, 2023 at 10:00 am. Hope to see you soon!
The purpose of the Livestock Pass Program is to provide a pathway for commercial livestock producer passholders to get limited access to their properties to care for stock during wildfire or similar disaster.
Use our online system to submit your 2023 Pesticide Business/License Registration.
Stanislaus County provide guidance and support in disaster assistance has been made available to the state of California to supplement state, local and tribal recovery efforts in the areas affected by disasters.
Seasonal restricted materials permits are issued to property operators or their authorized representatives who have been certified to use restricted materials operator identification permits are issued to property operators to use non restricted materials.
Weights and Measures
Weights and Measures protects the interests of the buyer and seller, ensuring honesty and integrity of everyday business transactions.
Who We Are
The office of the Agricultural Commissioner and Sealer of Weights and Measures is a regulatory agency acting under the authority of the State of California and direction of the California Department of Food and Agriculture; the Department of Pesticide Regulation; the Division of Measurement Standards; and in collaboration with various other federal, state, and local agencies.
What We Do
Our office enforces laws and regulations that support and protect the well-being of agriculture, the environment, business, and the community.
What We Offer
The Agricultural Division enforces pesticide laws and regulations; certifies agricultural products for export; works to detect and prevent the entry and spread of insects, weeds, and plant diseases harmful to agriculture; and certifies agricultural product quality.
The Weights and Measures Division is responsible for testing and certifying weighing and measuring devices to protect consumers and businesses by promoting a fair and equitable marketplace. The division also conducts quantity control inspections such as price verification point of sale transactions and bulk item sales.
Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer of Weights and Measures
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