Focus Agriculture is Agri-Culture’s “first-in-the-nation” educational program. It is an opportunity for community leaders to participate in a nine-session intensive program acquiring knowledge about a broad spectrum of agriculture. The once-a-month day-long seminars, including farm tours and hands-on experience, cover such topics as:
- Production and labor
- Ethnic groups in agriculture
- Government relations and politics
- Regional diversity of commodities produced
- Environment and technology
- Marketing and foreign competition
- Farm tours and hands-on experience
FOCUS AGRICULTURE TUITION – $1,000
REFUND FOR 100% ATTENDANCE – $250
Now accepting applications
Twenty-one participants will be chosen for Class 31. Seminars will be held one Friday each month, unless otherwise scheduled, commencing Friday, March 13, 2020. You can read more on the Focus Agriculture FAQs page.
Applications are due Wednesday, January 15, 2020. Applications submitted prior to December 13, 2019 will be considered for early admission.
Applications are also available at the Agri-Culture office:
141 Monte Vista Ave, Watsonville
You can download and complete a Focus Agriculture Application 2020, or complete the form below.