Agriculture

Doni Rulofson, Agricultural Commissioner 

1834 Walnut Street
P.O. Box 38
Red Bluff, CA 96080

(530) 527-4504
Fax (530) 529-1049

 
Please make an appointment to:
  Apply for and renew permits
  Take Private Applicator Certificate (PAC) exams

Agricultural Biologist on Duty:
  3 to 5 pm  March through December  

 

Important Numbers                 

Notice of Intent (530) 527-4505
Tri-County Bee Notification (530) 934-6666

  • Click on each link to access the Oak Woodland Storymap, Oak Woodland Management Plan, and the Oak Woodland Advisory Committee Meeting
  • Click above to access the Pesticide Use Reporting System
  • Click above to go to Bee Precaution Ratings website.
  • Click above for answers to frequently asked questions regarding Industrial Hemp in California
  • Walnut buying period begins November 1, 2018
  • What's Bugging you? Tehama County's new source for answers regarding insects and pests around our county.

 

  • Upcoming Events/Announcements

    ♦Tehama County Dept. of Agriculture Continuing Education
    November 18, 2019 at the Tehama County Fairgrounds, 650 Antelope Blvd, Red Bluff
    7:30 am to 2:30 pm

    ♦Tehama County Dept. of Agriculture Continuing Education (2nd meeting)
    December 4, 2019 at Tehama County Dept. of Agriculture, 1834 Walnut St., Red Bluff
    10 am to 12 pm

    ♦Office Closures:  

        Columbus Day, October 14, 2019

        Veterans Day, November 11, 2019

          Thanksgiving, November 28 and 29, 2019

          Christmas Day, December 25, 2019

         

    ♦California Industrial Hemp Program

     

 

Mission Statement

  • To serve the citizens of Tehama County by promoting and protecting agriculture in the interest of public health, safety and welfare.
  • To serve the citizens of Tehama County by assuring that equity prevails in the commercial exchange of goods where value is determined by weights or measures.
  • To provide leadership in the development of policies on issues important to both local and statewide agriculture.
  • To provide effective and uniform administration of the laws, regulations and codes over which the Commissioner has jurisdiction.
  • To preserve and protect the natural resources of the County so the present and future needs for food and fiber can be met.
  • To assure a wholesome food source is produced in the County for use in domestic and export markets.