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By Rachel Nettleton, Executive Director, Kern County Farm Bureau 

With the end of the year soon approaching, I’d like to reflect on the fantastic evening we had at our 12th Annual Bounty of Kern County event in October. This event continues to be a true testament to our community’s deep appreciation and shared passion for the agricultural industry. The success of this event was attributed to the collective effort of our local farmers, ranchers, and community supporters as we joined together to celebrate the bounty of Kern County.  

As we move forward, we want to emphasize that the Kern County Farm Bureau is here to support our agricultural community by providing assistance and resources and also to share education with our community through memberships, events, and various outreach initiatives. 

Starting with memberships, we encourage those who are passionate about agriculture or want to deepen their understanding of the industry to connect with us. By exploring the Kern County Farm Bureau and the membership opportunities we offer, you are not only joining a community dedicated to the vitality of our local agriculture, but you will also gain access to a wealth of resources, educational programs, and networking events. 

Whether you are a lifelong advocate for agriculture or someone eager to learn more, we encourage you to reach out and discover how a membership with us can benefit you as well as our community.   

We invite you to email us at kcfb@kerncfb.com — we are here to answer questions, provide information, and to help you become an integral part of our agricultural family. 

Additionally, as we look ahead to 2024, we are thrilled to announce that our event dates have been set. These events will be a blend of education and enjoyment, where we will continue our mission of sharing the critical role agriculture plays in our everyday lives. We invite you to mark your calendars and join us in 2024! 

We are excited about finishing the year strong and continuing to work together to make sure Kern County’s agriculture thrives in the coming year. 

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