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California farmers boosted by Continuing Budget Resolution passage

On Sept. 30, Congress passed the Extending Government Funding and Delivering Emergency Assistance Act, a continuing resolution to fund the government ... READ MORE »

California ag groups praise Gov. Newsom’s veto of AB 616

California Farm Bureau President Jamie Johansson on  Sept. 22 applauded Gov. Gavin Newsom for vetoing Assembly Bill 616. The legislation would have a... READ MORE »

California budget boosts wildfire funding; labor bills pass

As another wildfire season rages in California, state lawmakers are seeking to ramp up mitigation efforts and help people working outside protect them... READ MORE »

California capitol rally calls for ‘card check’ veto

Amid a punishing drought, a bill that would make it easier for unions to organize California farms and ranches has landed on the governor's desk. A... READ MORE »

Regional districts file suit over California water supply cuts

California's reservoirs are nearly empty due to historic drought conditions. Water supplies for many farmers are curtailed or cut off entirely, leavin... READ MORE »

Natural disasters compound severe drought for Oregon farmers and ranchers

Oregon made national headlines this spring when the Bureau of Reclamation announced that the Klamath Project, an irrigation system spanning southern O... READ MORE »

California board balances farmers, fish in watershed action

A state drought curtailment regulation, adopted in early August for the Klamath River watershed, calls for minimum in-stream flows but also incorporat... READ MORE »

Protecting farm employees from smoke – what to do

California's hot summer growing season and an ongoing drought feeding out-of-control wildfires pose challenges for farm employers. The 700,000-acre-an... READ MORE »

California farms harvest season’s first fresh apples

Supplying the U.S. market with the first fresh-picked apples of the season remains an important niche for California growers. But competition from oth... READ MORE »

Latest California fire stirs fears of losing farm tourists

While the Dixie Fire expanded its reach in northeastern California, a newer blaze east of Sacramento put wineries and agritourism operators on edge in... READ MORE »

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