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Help sought for California farms impacted by illegal dumping

Illegal dumping on private lands in rural communities is an issue that has plagued farmers and ranchers for many years. Old mattresses, sofas, appl... READ MORE »

Klamath Basin farmers facing water cuts in California

Food production along the California-Oregon border will likely be significantly curtailed after the federal government announced April 11 that it inte... READ MORE »

Top state scientist to lead California Bountiful Foundation

Amrith Gunasekara, manager of environmental programs for the California Department of Food and Agriculture, has been hired to head a research foundati... READ MORE »

Judge halts curtailment for Siskiyou County, California, irrigators

Irrigators in Siskiyou County have won a court ruling to temporarily block a state water curtailment order that would have prevented area farmers and ... READ MORE »

Leadership Farm Bureau program announces 2022 class

Seven agricultural professionals have been chosen for the California Farm Bureau’s 2022 Leadership Farm Bureau program. Leadership Farm Bureau cl... READ MORE »

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Farmers remain key to renewable energy future

California is progressing toward its goal of achieving 100% renewable and carbon-neutral electricity by 2045, and agriculture may be an integral part ... READ MORE »

Drought means no US water for irrigators in California

Zero. That's how much water is being allocated to Central Valley Project irrigation contractors north and south of the delta this year. The U.S. Bu... READ MORE »

California agencies working to sustain groundwater

A new era of groundwater management in California continues to take shape as local agencies develop and implement plans that identify how they intend ... READ MORE »

California grape tonnage increases seen in 2021 harvest

Johnnie White is anything but crushed by the news contained in the 2021 grape-crush report. "It's a grower's market," said White, a Napa County vin... READ MORE »

California organic growers fret about costs, but cheer growth

With sales of organic fresh produce continuing to grow, farmers say they remain optimistic about their market prospects, even as they face a potential... READ MORE »

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