Links of Interest
Imperial Valley Voluntary TMDL Compliance Program
A voluntary solution to a mandatory regulation
Become a member of Farm Bureau today!
California Farm Bureau Federation
Our state organization actively works with regulators, media and more to protect and promote agricultural interests throughout the state.
American Farm Bureau Federation
A unified national voice of agriculture, working to enhance and strengthen the lives of rural Americans and to build strong, prosperous agricultural communities.
Farm Employers Labor Service (FELS)
A subscriber organization affiliated with the California Farm Bureau Federation that assists members in complying with labor laws and avoiding labor relations problems.
Imperial Valley Vegetable Growers Association
A non-profit, member-driven organization dedicated to maintaining and improving the viability of the produce industry.
The Coalition of Labor, Agriculture & Business
Dedicated to protecting and enhancing the natural and business environments of Imperial County.
Desert Research and Extension Center
Associated with the UC Davis, DREC comprises 250 acres which accommodate 50 research projects year-round. Learn about field days and other events, as well as ongoing research.
Imperial County Agriculture Commissioner's Office
Learn more about Imperial County agriculture or download
county crop & livestock reports from 1907 to present day.
Imperial Irrigation District
Serves water and power to the Imperial Valley.
California Farm Water Coalition
"Food Grows Where Water Flows"
Learn more about agriculture’s use of water and environmental sensitivity regarding water.
California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom
An excellent resource for educators. Learn ways to incorporate agriculture into the California educational curriculum. Find out about the "Imagine This..." writing competition for students in grades 3 - 8. (Congratulations to Imperial County's TWO regional winners in the 2009 competition!)
This fantastic local program offers farm tours and educational activities to school children and winter visitors. More than 50,000 participants have learned about agriculture through this unique program.
Imperial Valley Economic Development Corporation
The IVEDC Agribusiness Committee works to bring new business that will complement our thriving agriculture industry, including opening up new markets for existing commodities, attracting value-added processors, and more.