Mono County

County Agricultural Commissioner / Sealer

Nathan Reade

207 W. South Street
Bishop, CA 93514

p: (760) 873-7860
f: (760) 872-1610

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About Mono County

Mono County, California is a rural county situated between the crest of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the California/Nevada border.   Accessed by state-designated Scenic Byway US Highway 395 which weaves its way north-south, Mono County is 108 miles in length, and has an average width of only 38 miles.  With dramatic mountain boundaries that rise in elevation to over 13,000 feet, the county’s diverse landscape includes forests of Jeffrey and lodge pole pine, junipers and aspen groves, hundreds of lakes, alpine meadows, streams and rivers, and sage-covered high desert. The county has a land area of 3,030 square miles, or just over 2 million acres, 94% of which is publicly owned.  Much of the land is contained in the Inyo and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests, as well as the John Muir and Ansel Adams Wilderness areas.  As a result, Mono County offers vast scenic and recreational resources, and has unsurpassed access to wilderness and outdoor recreation and adventure.

By the Numbers*

Field Crops

Vegetable Crops

Fruit & Nut Crops

Apiary Products

Livestock

Nursery Products

*2017

County Crop Report

Annual crop year reports have been reproduced for your convenience. Export reports are typically published within the corresponding crop year report. While data is made available throughout the year, crop year and export reports are published typically about one year following the given crop year.

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