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Julia Berry D.

Executive Director

Madera County Farm Bureau

Direct Phone: (559) ***-****       

Madera County Farm Bureau

1102 Pine St.

Madera, California 93636

United States

Company Description

We distribute any and all types of food products. Who is the target audience for your Business? We have no set target, we distribute to everyone who has food needs or is a Non-Profit capable of serving those in need. Are you part of a family owned busines... more

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Background Information

Education



California Polytechnic State University


Fruit Science
Cal Poly

bachelor's degree
fruit science

graduate degree

California State University , Fresno

Web References (85 Total References)


"For the first time in history, ...

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"For the first time in history, the United States has imported more ag products than we exported," said Julia Berry, executive director of the Madera County Farm Bureau. "That should concern every American."

For the past 20 years and more, farmers, dairy producers and ranchers have battled not only low prices for their products, but also an onslaught of regulations that are slowly crippling the industry.
"The agricultural community has learned more about water conservation than anyone else," Berry said.
...
Berry showed charts that show the average American family spends about 9.7 percent of their annual income to fulfill their nutritional needs. The United Kingdom spends 16.4 percent and Mexico spends 26.6 percent of their income for food.
"Water, of course, is a key issue to all California farmers," Berry said.
...
"Our members have joined he Eastern San Joaquin Water Quality Coalition," Berry said.
...
"The state wants to track every drop of water in the state, regulate it and get people to pay for it," Berry said.
Regulations that are hurting the agricultural industry go beyond water issues.
"Right now there is a bill called the 'heat stress bill'," Berry said.
...
Berry believes many of the problems agriculture faces are due to the urbanization of California.
"The further we get from agarian society, the more society will create myths about agriculture," Berry said.
...
"Most of the time the farmer is simply spraying sulfur, a common practice," Berry said.
...
"Agriculture is the most highly regulated industry in California," Berry said.


The Madera Tribune Red Line » Blog Archive » Letter: County ag thrown under the train? (Dec. 23)

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I didn't find out about this A-3 route until the week before from Julia Berry, executive secretary of the Madera County Farm Bureau.


Farmers Join Crime Stoppers Effort

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Our growers have stepped up with financial donations to fight back," said Julia Berry, executive director of the Madera County Farm Bureau.


Instead, they would have to drive ...

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Instead, they would have to drive their tractors and other equipment to the nearest new undercrossing or overpass, which could be several miles out of their way, said Julia Berry, executive director of the Madera County Farm Bureau.

"That's a major concern," Berry said.
"It's an increased cost, and it's incredibly inconvenient for farmers.
" Tracks cutting cross land at a diagonal would create isolated and odd-shaped parcels that are too difficult or too expensive to farm and drive property values down, Berry added.
Other concerns are less obvious, but no less worrisome for farmers: • A new high-speed track could displace irrigation ditches and require pumps to move water to the other side of the tracks.
Irrigation districts would face greater fuel costs just to tend to canals.
Berry said the rail authority has pledged to pay for the improvements, but questions remain about who would pay to maintain them in the future.


"For the first time in history, ...

www.maderatribune.com [cached]

"For the first time in history, the United States has imported more ag products than we exported," said Julia Berry, executive director of the Madera County Farm Bureau. "That should concern every American."

For the past 20 years and more, farmers, dairy producers and ranchers have battled not only low prices for their products, but also an onslaught of regulations that are slowly crippling the industry.
"The agricultural community has learned more about water conservation than anyone else," Berry said.
...
Berry showed charts that show the average American family spends about 9.7 percent of their annual income to fulfill their nutritional needs. The United Kingdom spends 16.4 percent and Mexico spends 26.6 percent of their income for food.
"Water, of course, is a key issue to all California farmers," Berry said.
...
"Our members have joined he Eastern San Joaquin Water Quality Coalition," Berry said.
...
"The state wants to track every drop of water in the state, regulate it and get people to pay for it," Berry said.
Regulations that are hurting the agricultural industry go beyond water issues.
"Right now there is a bill called the 'heat stress bill'," Berry said.
...
Berry believes many of the problems agriculture faces are due to the urbanization of California.
"The further we get from agarian society, the more society will create myths about agriculture," Berry said.
...
"Most of the time the farmer is simply spraying sulfur, a common practice," Berry said.
...
"Agriculture is the most highly regulated industry in California," Berry said.

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