Cattle, sheep, pigs, chickens and goats are also raised on local farms and contribute over 12 million dollars to the local economy.
Amador County farmers grow fruit and vegetables including peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, celery, peas, beans, quinces, figs, strawberries, blackberries and pumpkins and walnuts. There are many olive orchards in the county that produce a variety of olives and high quality olive oil and flower growers provide a wide variety of specialty cut flowers for local events, weddings and farmers markets.
Non-Profit Corporate Board Members and Officers
Board Member & Secretary: Bill Gore – email@example.com
Board Member: Supervisor Lynn Morgan – firstname.lastname@example.org
Board Member: Greg Motch –email@example.com
Board Member: Daniel D’Agostini – firstname.lastname@example.org
Board Member: Ron Antone – email@example.com