California Women for Ag
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Our Purpose

California Women for Agriculture (CWA) was formed in 1975, in the Coachella Valley. The name was chosen to develop a cross section of members. In fact, the nucleus of the first chapter was made up of consumers, as well as farmers. Today our membership is as diverse as the industry we represent; bankers, lawyers, accountants, marketing professionals, consumers AND farmers. With 20 chapters and 2,000 plus members across the state, CWA is the most active, all volunteer agricultural organization in the state and members are actively engaged in public relations, education and legislative advocacy...

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Our Mission

To promote an educational program in order to develop the interest of California women in agriculture and to promote agriculture in California. To involve women of the State of California for the following general purposes: to speak on behalf of agriculture in an intelligent, informative, direct and truthful manner; to keep CWA members informed on legislative activities pertaining to agriculture; to join forces when the need arises to deal with agricultural problems in a specific community; to improve the public image of farmers and to develop rapport within agricultural communities throughout the state.

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Get Involved

North Valley CWA Membership Information is found below. Or contact us via email northvalleycwa@gmail.com.

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Meet Buttercup

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Buttercup is a "real" milking cow and is an educational tool used as a REAL hands-on experience for all ages.Buttercup looks like a jersey cow and is branded with the CWA logo on her rear hip, similar to a where a real cattle brand would go!She has a working udder with teats you can really squeeze to get the effect of milking a cow.Buttercup is used by the North Valley Chapter throughout the local region at events, festivals and school functions. Keep track of Buttercup on our Facebook page!

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Can you say Agzibit? Just one of the many wonderful exhibits we look forward to at the Chico Children's Museum. Here is your chance to win a truck while helping raise funds. Good Luck! ... See MoreSee Less

It’s GO TIME. Get in on your chance. This is one good looking beast and we are so grateful to Chuck Patterson Toyota for this gift! You can’t win if you don’t get a ticket. But someone WILL win ...

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Great event supporting the Glenn County Fairgrounds. Get gussied up and enjoy a fabulous evening with friends! ... See MoreSee Less

Have you reserved your GLENN GALA tickets yet? It will be a Great Gatsby inspired evening of indulgent fun you won't want to miss. You can get your tickets at: squareup.com/store/butteagfoun...

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Congratulations to this years Butte County Farm City Celebration Awards winners! Including NVCWAfouning member Carole Southam! ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday night many people gathered at the The Big Room at the Sierra Nevada Brewery to celebrate the Farm City Celebration Awards Reception and Dinner Dance. Congratulations to 2017 Ag Service Award ...

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A tribute to Jenette Vanella raising funds for a place of honor at the Chico Children's Museum AGzibit.
You are invited to donate to the museum through the Big Harvest drive. www.thebigharvest.org. The drive only lasts until December and will help raise more funds than just your dollars, since there are funds to match a percentage of the money raised.
*Be sure to select the Chico children’s museum as the program and type in the comments that it is in memory of Jenette Vanella. Donations can be made online, over the phone or with a check in the mail.https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thebigharvest.org%2F&h=ATNHYjUB8I4UxxpSZCcY7YVmI7-iJ9ki4OFqXRd_w_9lFlnRhyCOjJde-itLnJmHVTsepMMBHsvUsOruuhdcx9m6IhuQr10PKZV669ZERNyot79nl6Qi3lTRGi7y92JmqqzX8_WEDZb79QsTNwhHorIVFshibxQKSCz6tbXxPK5HVdN7_wDYdE0kfsr399XopBSWUptfgObFTmrKy9VumT4itFt7noo0hBJs5IQi9YsQl3gGHAW_zvQ_JnJ08tu2eiYruiFv-GWS-jjrw-TpAlYvuTQGGTOcR8TAIj4EsNtY
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