Napa County Farm Bureau Named County of the Year Finalist
October 25, 2019
Napa, Calif.—The California Farm Bureau yesterday announced that the Napa County Farm Bureau is the recipient of 5 awards for excellence and has also been named one of three statewide finalists for County of the Year.
The Napa County Farm Bureau received the state awards for Policy Implementation, Leadership, Ag Education, Public Relations and Membership.
California Farm Bureau recognizes select county Farm Bureaus for special achievements on the local level. This process provides maximum recognition of the significant program of work undertaken by the selected county Farm Bureaus in California. Recipient counties receive the awards at the California Farm Bureau Annual Meeting scheduled in December in Monterey. The County of the Year award winner will also be announced at the December Annual Meeting.
"We are pleased to be honored by the California Farm Bureau and to be recognized for the work we have been doing. Ryan and his team have been doing exceptional work to represent our 700+ membership and we are very proud of the work that they are doing," said Johnnie White, President of the Napa County Farm Bureau.
"We're very excited and honored to be named a statewide finalist for County of the Year and to also receive 5 separate awards for achieving excellence. As the CEO of the oldest industry organization in Napa Valley, it is an absolute honor to represent so many farm families and businesses and to know that we are successful on their behalf. I am so proud of this organization and the work that we do," said Ryan Klobas, Chief Executive Officer of the Napa County Farm Bureau.
President Johnnie White and CEO Ryan Klobas will receive the awards at the California Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in December in Monterey.