Protecting Napa Valley’s World Class Agriculture
The Napa County Farm Bureau is the public policy and political leader for Napa Valley’s world class agriculture. It is one of 53 statewide county organizations under the auspices of the California Farm Bureau Federation.
Expert advocacy by the Farm Bureau has brought successes in county policy, farm policy, trade, immigration, tax reform, wildfire-prevention funding, marketing, transportation and environmental policy.
The Napa County Farm Bureau membership totals over 700 local farmers and ranchers, individuals involved in production agriculture and non-farm members and businesses that contribute to making Napa Valley’s agriculture a world class standard.
As the public policy and political leader, the mission of the Napa County Farm Bureau is to advocate to ensure the proper political, social and economic climate for the continuation of a strong, viable and sustainable agricultural economy in Napa County.
We are also very proud of the Napa County Farm Bureau Foundation, our charitable arm which hosts popular events such as Ag Day for our county’s youth, Ag In The Classroom and our Aldo Delfino Scholarship Fund, where we annually award scholarships to high school seniors who are pursuing college study of agriculture.
As the oldest industry organization in Napa Valley, the Napa County Farm Bureau is embarking on exciting times while honoring our past. We invite you to become part of our organization that strives daily to protect the interests of our world class farming community.
Ryan P. Klobas, JD
Chief Executive Officer