The Napa County Local Food Advisory Council (LFAC) advises the Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer of Weights regarding development and facilitation of a sustainable local food system, and provides a forum for public input regarding related issues.
The LFAC assists Napa County staff in promoting local food production and consumption; in undertaking a review of County regulations to identify and address barriers and opportunities associated with local food production, distribution, and access; and in recommending to the Napa County Board of Supervisor’s Legislative Subcommittee needed changes in State law for incorporation into the County’s legislative platform.
If you would like to receive information about upcoming LFAC meetings and events, please contact Joy Hilton at 707-253-4357 or by email Opens a New Window. . View the vision, mission and goals of the Council (PDF). To learn about current members and subcommittees visit Napa Local Food.
4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Meets the 4th Monday of every other month
1710 Socol Avenue, Napa, CA (Unless Noted)
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
The Council is searching for community members who have the some or all of the following skills and attributes.
Knowledge of and expertise in the food system - Experience working within the food and agriculture sector - Ability to deliver results - Research and evaluation capacity - Ability for networking and facilitating.