It had been located on Tank Farm Road. Farm bureau executive director Lynn Diehl declined to say how much the new building cost.
The new location will allow the farm bureau “to better serve our extensive membership and develop new programs and projects that will create a more substantial foundation for San Luis Obispo County agriculturalists and businesses far into the future,” Diehl said.
It features a large meeting room that the bureau will make available for free or a fee for other organizations and agencies, she said.
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The bureau has about 1,300 members and employs two full-time individuals, including Diehl, and a part-time legislative analyst.