SACRAMENTO - People have until April 5 to apply for four vacancies on California's Feed Inspection Advisory Board, the state Department of Food and Agriculture has announced.
The board makes regulatory and enforcement recommendations to the department to make sure commercial feed inspections contribute to a clean supply of milk, meat and eggs, according to a CDFA news release.
Applicants should hold a current California Commercial Feed License. Members serving terms of up to 3 years are not paid but receive compensation for travel and other expenses.
To apply, send a resume to the CDFA Feed and Livestock Drugs Inspection Program, attention Maria Hicks, 1220 N Street, Sacramento, CA 95814-5607. For more information, contact Hicks at email@example.com or (916) 900-5022.