You Don't Have to be a Farmer to be a Farm Bureau Member!

Enjoy all the benefits of being a member while supporting local family farmers and ranchers.

Contra Costa County Farm Bureau Has Two Locations

Concord Center
5554 Clayton Rd., Concord

The Concord/Clayton location was built in 1955 and houses the CCCFB Office. Other agriculture offices at this site include: Natural Resource Conservation District (NRCS) and Agricultural Natural Resource Trust (ANRT)

East County Center
3020 Knightsen Rd., Knightsen

was built in 1927 where many meetings and social events have been held over the years and houses the satellite office for the Contra Costa County Department of Agriculture. Today CCCFB's East County Center still holds dinners in Nov, March, April and May as well as our annual Crab Feed fundraiser for Ag in the Class, every February.  This event sells out every year so put your reservation in early!

In Your Community

We work not only to maintain a clean supply of water, air, and land, but also to sustain a healthy environment for bountiful crops and open space. Thus benefiting Contra Costa County as a whole, ensuring that the community has local, high-quality food on their tables.

On Your Farm

Farm Bureau functions to protect and promote agricultural interests throughout Contra Costa County and find solutions of the farm, the farm home, and the community. Whether you are a farmer, rancher, or just simply a landowner, joining the Farm Bureau would enable your voice to be heard! 

Our Story

The Contra Costa County Farm Bureau was founded in 1915 with full intent to represent the farmers, ranchers, and the community of Contra Costa County. Cooperating with the American Farm Bureau Federation, the California Farm Bureau Federation, and other county Farm Bureau members, we function to represent, protect, and advance the social, economic, and educational interests of the farmers in California.