Earl Hudson was first elected to the Board in 2014 representing Division 1, and currently serves as President.
Earl is a sixth-generation farmer with more than 30 years’ experience specializing in deciduous tree fruit such as peaches, plums and nectarines. In addition, Earl has more than 30 years of experience as an agricultural field man and as a pest control advisor in agriculture chemical sales. He also operated a custom brush shredding business for more than 20 years to help supplement the family farm.
Earl is an active member of the Sanger Eagles Lodge, serving as co-chair of the annual fish fry each spring. He also is a member of the Fresno County Farm Bureau, National Peach Council, and the Masonic, Scottish Rite and Shrine lodges.
Earl and his wife Liz, an accomplished agriculturist herself and specialist in agricultural public relations, now farm with their two children Rodger and Charlotte and continue to make their home in Sanger.