Katerina Webster

Land Transaction Specialist

Dixon, CA

Katerina Webster’s journey into the agricultural industry was inspired by her upbringing in San Mateo County, having little to no exposure to agriculture. After earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Agricultural Business from California State University, Chico, she embarked on a mission to “bridge the gap” between farmers, ranchers, and consumers while sharing their compelling stories. Post-graduation, Katerina launched her career with Glenn County RCD, where she navigated the intricacies of the Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program, aiding farmers in meeting complex reporting requirements. She then transitioned to the Irrigated Lands Program at Yolo County Farm Bureau, where her passion for advocacy and program administration continued to flourish. She then went on to work in production agriculture before coming to the California Rangeland Trust. Throughout her journey, Katerina’s enthusiasm remains focused on amplifying the narratives of farmers and ranchers and encouraging the protection of California’s working lands