Registration Fee: $295
Includes all course materials and a virtual exhibit hall as well as a
digital workbook or hard copy.
Registration accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis as space
is limited. Registration must be accompanied by payment. A
certificate of completion will be awarded at the conclusion of the
After this date, registrations will be accepted upon availability.
Questions: Contact Clint Cowden
at (831) 755-6702 or
The Western Food Safety Summit is committed to the inclusion of people with disabilities participating in the virtual event. Online activities are designed to be accessible, meeting the standards provided in the Rehabilitation Act (Section 508). If a person with a disability is requesting reasonable accommodations due to a disability to participate in the event, requests need to be sent to Clint Cowden, (831) 755-6702. Requests for disability accommodations received three business days in advance of the event will be given priority, although an attempt to fulfill all requests will occur.
The Hartnell College Foundation is an independent, non-profit corporation organized by community-spirited citizens in 1979 to benefit the Hartnell Community College District. The Foundation plays an integral role in supporting the students, faculty, staff, and programs of Hartnell College by garnering corporate, foundation, and private support for the college.
Please explore our website to find out the many ways that you can get involved in supporting the hard-working students of the Salinas Valley as they build a brighter future for themselves, their families, and their community.
The Western Food Safety Summit 2021 will be a
Virtual Event through Zoom
The Western Food Safety Summit brings together all levels of the agricultural workforce and support services to California’s Central Coast for two days of intensive training on the most current food safety issues and concerns for fresh fruits and vegetables.
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