Public Health Resources

Redline Version of the 4.10.20 Health Order Shelter-In-Place

4.10.20 Health Order Summary of Changes – 4.11.20 Update

4.10.20 Health Order to Shelter-In-Place

NOTE: Appendix A is required for businesses to post.

Notice Regarding COVID-19 And Commercial Cannabis Businesses

Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19

Executive Order (pdf)

Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program


 Contact a Participating Lender to enroll.

To contact the California State Treasurer’s Office:

Email CalCAP: HERE

Call: Call: 1-916-653-2995

Mendocino County Call Center for COVID-19:
(707) 234-6052 

Mendocino County – info on Corona Virus
California Department of Public Health – info on Corona Virus
US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention – info on Corona Virus
World Health Organization – info on Corona Virus


US COVID website

USDA COVID-19 Resource Page

Center for Disease Control General COVID-19 Info. Page with Printable Handouts in Multiple Languages


Governor Newsom’s Shelter in Place Executive Order March 19, 2020

CA COVID-19 Response Website

CA Department of Food and Agriculture COVID-19 Resource Page


Mendocino County COVID-19 Website

Mendocino County Government Facebook Page

Mendocino County Sheriff Facebook Page

Mendocino County Public Health Facebook Page

COVID-19 Employer Resources


Federal Guidance on the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce

Center for Disease Control Interim COVID-19 Guidance for Businesses and Employers

U.S. Department of Labor COVID-19 and the Workplace Page (Families First Coronavirus Response Act)

U.S Department of Labor Families First Coronavirus Response Act Required Posting Notice For Non-Federal Employees

OSHA Guidance For Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19

EPA List of Disinfectants to Use Against Coronavirus


CDPH Guidelines for Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers

Farm Employers Labor Service: Coronavirus Safety Training for Ag Workers in English and Spanish

CA Association for Local Economic Development COVID-19 Resources

CAL/OSHA Guidance on Requirements to Protect Workers From Coronavirus

IRS Coronavirus Tax Relief Page

CA Economic Development Department Resource Page for Employees & Employers

Student Loan Deferrals

Forbes Article: Your Guide to the Federal Stimulus Package

Local Food Resources

3/25/20 List of Mendocino County Grocers Offering Delivery and/or Curbside Pick Up 

The Mendo-Lake Food Hub



Google is making the premium version of its workplace video chat tool free until July, to help businesses and schools working remotely due to coronavirus and Xfinity is offering free access to WiFi hotspots.

Social media can be an essential resource during situations like we are currently facing. 

Facebook has community-based groups that you can join to stay connected and informed, government agencies and in some cases, elected officials use Facebook pages to update the public about changing circumstances and resources.

UKIAH: Public Facebook Group
Ukiah Area: Neighbors Helping Neighbors 

COVELO: Public Facebook Group
Covelo Community Watch & News…. and Events!

ANDERSON VALLEY Private Facebook Group
Anderson Valley’s Community Hub 

5TH DISTRICT: Private Facebook Group
Mendocino County 5th District

4TH DISTRICT: Private Facebook Group
Mendocino County 4th District

3RD DISTRICT: Private Facebook Group
Mendocino County 3rd District

1ST DISTRICT: Private Facebook Group
Mendocino County 1st District

Twitter is another really good platform to follow particularly for real-time updates by government agencies and elected officials.

Instagram is a favorite of the cannabis community, and a great way to follow the activities of our fellow cannabis businesses across the supply chain and across the state or even across the world Instagram is image-oriented and not as content dense as Facebook, which can be a nice change of pace when you want to feel connected and engage with the community, but need a break from news articles and the depth of content found on Facebook.

Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) is working closely with the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) to compile a list of companies that provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for COVID-19. The CDFA is working closeling with CalOES to identify new or additional supplies for PPE. To the extent they can, there has been an attempt to verify on a surface-level the vendors on this list. Because CDFA cannot fully vet the vendors, the buyer has the obligation to do their own vetting.


Contact Name
Contact Info
Citizens of
Huntington Park, CA
Denim manufacturer who is now sewing washable 100% cotton face masks.
Amy Williams
(323) 923-1240 /
Sanctuary Medical
Burbank, CA
Sourcing earloop medical face masks and KN95 respirator masks
Jeff Polanco
(818) 304-4197 /
Libertyville, IL
Automotive company that producing KN95 respirator masks, surgical masks, gloves, hand sanitizer and more
(847) 658-1215 /
Cleveland, OH
Producing KN95 respirator masks and 3 layer surgical masks
Steve Young
(510) 508-0638 /
Chattanooga, TN
FDA approved masks and gowns.
Francisco Almeida
Swag It To Me
Chicago, IL
KN95 & Standard 3 ply face masks
Stephanie Raab
(937) 830-0562 /


Grow a Row for Caring Kitchen!

COVID 19 has had an impact on the food stability for many people in Mendocino County. Now more than ever, we need the community to come together and do what we are known for, producing organic healthy food! MCA is partnering with the Caring Kitchen to bring their Grow a Row program to the MCA family!

What is Grow a Row?

Grow a Row asks local home gardeners to pledge one row of food to the Caring Kitchen. The produce must be organically grown.

What is the Caring Kitchen?

The Caring Kitchen is a non-profit based in Ukiah. The organization prepares and delivers healthy, organic meals to cancer patients all over Mendocino County. Even better, their volunteer chefs are teens from the community who get to learn about preparing healthy meals for themselves and their families in the process. You can read more about The Caring Kitchen here.

How Does the Program Work?

The first step is to fill out this form:

The form will ask you how big your Grow a Row space is and which fruits and vegetables you will be planting for donation. Once you submit the form, someone from MCA will contact you with drop off details.

If you do do not have access to internet, you can call MCA at 707-234-5568 and sign up that way.

Who Can Participate?

This program is open to anyone! The only rule is that all produce donated must be grown organically. This is on the honor system but produce is going to vulnerable people so organic is important!

How Do I Get Seeds?

The Garden’s Project is delivering! Here is the form to fill out. Donations appreciated but not required! Gardens Project Seed Delivery:

What Should I Grow?

The Caring Kitchen has supplied the following list of produce that they can most use:

Flat leaf parsley, Basil, Cilantro, Mint

Green onions, White/yellow onions, Garlic


Peas, Spinach, Rainbow chard, Dino kale

Carrots, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Potatoes, Beets

Butternut squash, Delicata squash

Tomatoes, Sweet peppers, Melons

Edible flowers 

Lemons, Fuyu persimmons, Plums, Peaches, Pears, Apples

+ eggs, goat cheese

How Do I Donate the Produce When it is Ready?

The Caring Kitchen operates out of Mendocino College in Ukiah. The best drop off day/time would be Monday afternoon or Tuesday morning after 9 at the college kitchen. Additional details will be provided once the form is submitted. Again, for those who don’t have internet access, call 707.234.5568 for MCA’s help in handling your donation.




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