is charged with environmental protection and worker health and safety which are accomplished through enforcing pesticide laws and regulations and agricultural hazardous materials programs. A primary responsibility of the division is the prevention of the establishment of exotic pests detrimental to agriculture and the environment through exclusion, detection and eradication programs. Consumers are protected through inspection of agricultural commodities, growing sites and farm markets. The Agricultural Commissioner is mandated to compile an annual crop report which includes pest issues to the California Secretary of Agriculture and the Board of Supervisors for public information. Protection of waterways from sediment and erosion in the county is accomplished through enforcement of the County Grading, Drainage, and Vineyard and Orchard Site Development Ordinance.