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History of CACASA

It can be said that the origin of the California Agricultural Commissioners and Sealers Association was March 11, 1890. Nine years earlier the state’s legislature passed a law that created Boards of Viticulture Commissioner and shortly thereafter, the name was changed...

Consumer Protection

Every resident and every visitor of California is afforded consumer protection services by County Sealers of Weights and Measures [Sealer] who not only protects the buyer, we also protect the seller. If you think about it, retailers themselves are also consumers...

The Board

The California Agricultural Commissioners and Sealers Association [CACASA] is a non-profit organization consisting of 55 members. The governing body of the Association is its Board of Directors [Board]. The Board is utilized to conduct the business of the Association...

California Agriculture

Geographically, the state of California comprises approximately 155,779.22 square miles which is equivalent to 99,698,700.8 acres. Land considered to be in agricultural use is approximately 25,400,000 acres or about 25.47 percent of the total state’s land mass....

President’s Message

PRESIDENTS MESSAGE Cathleen M.  Fisher, CACASA President (2016-2017) As I think about our Association, it is an honor to have the opportunity to serve for the next year as your President.  I am grateful to all the past Presidents, Executive and Board members who...