California Cattlemen’s Association2021-11-01T09:46:57-07:00
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CCA WINS IN 2021

The ongoing support of California’s ranching community is key to CCA’s success. Together we are making a difference. With your help, we have already secured major victories in 2021, including:

  • Sponsoring legislation that was signed by Gov. Newsom on October 7, facilitating the creation of local “livestock pass” programs, enabling ranchers to safely access and evacuate cattle during wildfires and other emergencies

  • Securing $20 million in state funding for a Prescribed Fire Claims Fund to help shield prescribed burners from liability, and sponsoring legislation to immunize prescribed burners from CAL FIRE cost recovery—which was signed by the Governor on October 6

  • Securing $1.5 billion for wildfire resilience and forest health in the Fiscal Year 2021-22 State Budget

  • Defeating legislation which sought to promote plant-based meals in school lunches and to incentivize conversion of livestock ranching to crop production

  • Securing state and federal assistance for producers impacted by drought, wildfire, and market disruptions

Our work is far from complete, and we remain committed to advocating for ranching in Sacramento and Washington, DC. With your help and resilience, we will be laser-focused on achieving more victories the rest of this year.

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LATEST NEWS

CCA is working to keep consumers and ranchers up to date on issues surrounding beef cattle production.

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  • LB2021

Happy week of Thanksgiving!

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MEMBER BENEFITS

By being a CCA member, you play an integral role in protecting California’s ranching heritage, while gaining additional members-only benefits.

WHY CALIFORNIA NEEDS CATTLE

Today, California’s ranching families are as diverse as any in the world. Ranchers own and/or manage approximately 38 million acres of privately and publicly owned rangelands.

Most California ranches have been in the same family for four or more generations. The long-term success of ranching operations requires the careful stewardship of animals and the environment.

California rangelands provide habitat for hundreds of species, endangered and nonendangered, many of which depend on grazing for their habitat.

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