Welcome to the Yolo County Agriculture Department
70 Cottonwood Street
Woodland, California 95695
The Department of Agriculture's primary responsibility is to enforce agricultural related laws and regulations pertaining to pesticide use enforcement, weights and measures, State and Federal plant quarantine including export certification, State seed and nursery inspection, and minimum State quality standards for produce. The Department is also responsible for carrying out County-wide programs for both pest detection and weed and vertebrate pest management.
The Agriculture Department will be closed from Monday December 24, 2018 and opening Wednesday January 2nd, 2019
Worker Safety Information Seminar class:
Thursday November 8th 2018
Wednesday December 12th 2018
Wednesday January 16th 2019
Wednesday February 20th 2019
Please be sure to call the office at 530-666-8140 to reserve your place at the meetings. Click here for the complete flyer.
Please be advised that as of July 23, 2018, the Cannabis Task Force is no longer under the Agriculture Department. If you have any questions, please contact the office at 530-406-4800 or Community Services at 530-666-8811.
Related Links - Water Diversion Reporting information
Produce Safety Training Workshops are being offered by Western Growers on numerous dates. For more information, click here. Please contact the Yolo County Farm Bureau for any questions regarding the April 10, 2018 Workshop in Woodland. Any other dates, please visit agsafe.org or (209)526-4400 to register for any of the classes.