New California Farm Bureau Leader To Be Elected
Sacramento, CA — For the first time in nearly a decade, the state´s largest farm organization will choose a new leader.
The California Farm Bureau Federation will elect a new president during its annual meeting today in Monterey.
The new president will succeed Bill Pauli, a Mendocino County farmer who has led the organization for the maximum of eight years.
The election will be held Wednesday. Pauli will sum up his term and outline issues facing farmers and ranchers during opening ceremonies today.