The Oregon State Board of Agriculture will hold its quarterly meeting June 13-15, 2023. The meeting will be held in-person at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, Cascade West Hall in Roseburg, OR with the option to participate remotely.
The workgroup agendas and meeting agenda are available on the State Board of Agriculture webpage for your reference. Pre-meeting materials will be posted on the website as they become available.
Meeting ScheduleTuesday, June 13
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm - Workgroup work sessions.
Board member Workgroup A and Workgroup B will meet at 5:30 pm to review and discuss board resolutions currently under review. A list of resolutions under review by each workgroup is available on the workgroup agenda and available in the resolution packet. Work sessions are open to the public. Call in details are available on each agenda.
Wednesday, June 14 and Thursday, June 15
See the Board meeting agenda for details.
The draft meeting agenda includes budget and legislative updates from the ODA, updates on agricultural trade missions and promotions, presentations on the organic industry and Umpqua Valley Farm to School activities.
Day two agenda items include a presentation from the Umpqua Indian Development Cooperation, an overview of the Oregon Meat Initiative including updates on the State Meat Inspection Program and Meat Infrastructure Grant activities, and the meeting agenda will conclude with board business.
A public comment period is scheduled for each day. See the meeting agenda for full details. The final agenda is subject to change.
To provide written public comments to the Board, submit written comments by email to Karla Valness at email@example.com prior to 5:00 pm, Thursday, June 1, 2023. Please include BOA Public Comment June 2023 in your email subject line. Written comments will be posted on the ODA website and will be distributed to board members prior to the meeting.
Verbal comments will be limited to three minutes and will be heard in the public comment period on Wednesday, June 14 or Thursday, June 15,
To provide verbal comments remotely, you must contact Karla Valness at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to 5:00 pm, Thursday, June 1 and provide the following information:
To provide verbal comments in-person you must sign-up, prior to the comment period on the agenda, at the meeting and provide your name and organization. If you have written materials as part of your public comment, please bring 20 copies to the meeting. Comment time is limited to three minutes per person.
Cascade West Hall
Douglas County Fairgrounds
2110 SW Frear Street
Roseburg, OR 97471
Available on each meeting agenda.
Contact Karla Valness at email@example.com for information regarding the meeting or to request ADA accommodations – 48 hours advance notice is requested.