NCFB

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AcronymDefinition
NCFBNorth Carolina Farm Bureau (est. 1936)
NCFBNapa County Farm Bureau (Napa, CA)
NCFBNational Collection of Food Bacteria (UK)
NCFBNew Carrollton Federal Building
NCFBNon-Corrugated Fiberboard (packaging recycling code)
NCFBNon-Cash Fringe Benefit(s)
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Eisele was a past president of the Napa County Farm Bureau as well as the Napa Valley Grape Growers.
Cio Perez, for example, is past president of the Napa County Farm Bureau. Perez attended Stanford University, graduating with a degree in viticulture.
Olds is also a member of the boards of the Napa County Farm Bureau and the Napa County Resource Conservation District.
The Napa County Farm Bureau celebrated its 100th anniversary in August with a wine reception and dinner outdoors at the Robert Mondavi Winery, including remarks by Warren Winiarski, founder of Stag's Leap Wine Cellars, U.S.
They founded the Napa County Farm Bureau as a local political and educational force to help farming be profitable and economically sustainable.
The organizations and associations opposing the move represent Napa Valley's wine community, tourism business, the overall business community and environmental organizations: The Calistoga Chamber of Commerce, Friends of the Napa River, Napa Chamber of Commerce, Napa County Farm Bureau, Napa Valley Grape-growers, Nap Valley Vintners, St.
May 8 Napa County Farm Bureau Agriculture in the Classroom sixth annual Ag Education Golf Classic, Napa, Calif.
Napa's quarantine plan is not yet finalized, Clark said, and the county is currently working with local growers' groups--including the Napa County Farm Bureau, Napa County Grape Growers Association and Napa Valley Vintners Association--to come up with a cautionary plan.
Sandra Elles is executive director for the Napa County Farm Bureau and the Napa Valley Grape Growers Association.
Also, according to a press release, the Napa Valley Grape Growers Association (NVGGA) and the Napa County Farm Bureau (NCFB), along with the Napa Valley Vintners Association and the Napa Valley Housing Authority (NVHA), are contributing over $24,000 in funds for a study that will determine farmworker housing needs in Napa County.
Glade, an area resident since 1976, most recently was with the Napa Valley Grape Growers Association and Napa County Farm Bureau. Earlier, she had been a reporter for the Sonoma Index-Tribune and was with the Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau.