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APG To Have Facebook Live Series with Their Ambassadors, And Others

American Pistachio Growers Kicks Off New Facebook Live Series   Monthly interviews will feature conversations with some of the world’s...
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APG To Have Facebook Live Series with Their Ambassadors, And Others

Rep. Harder Funds Almond Biocarbon Program

Almond Alliance Commends Rep. Harder for FARM Act funding for Pilot Programs to Produce Biocarbon The Almond Alliance of California...
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Rep. Harder Funds Almond Biocarbon Program

Big Increase in State Budget for UCANR

Governor Signs ‘Transformational’ Budget for UC ANR Research and Outreach   By Pam Kan Rice, UCANR Assistant Director, New and...
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Big Increase in State Budget for UCANR

USDA Radio Often Ignores California!

      USDA Radio Newsline Focuses Primarily on Midwest Animal Feed Crops They do not Seem to Care Much...
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USDA Radio Often Ignores California!

Valadao: Introduces Amendment to Help with Drought

Congressman David G. Valadao Introduces Three Amendments to Alleviate California Drought   Congressman David G. Valadao introduced recently three amendments...
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Valadao: Introduces Amendment to Help with Drought

Study: New Fumigation Stategy

New Fumigation Techniques for Soilborne Diseases By Tim Hammerich with the Ag Information Network Protecting fruit from soilborne pathogens is...
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Study:  New  Fumigation Stategy

Big Grant for Dairy’s Net Zero Initiative

Dairy’s Net Zero Initiative Gets Boost with $10 million Research Grant The Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research has awarded a...
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Big Grant for Dairy’s Net Zero Initiative

Amendments Needed on the Farm Workforce Modernization Act

Urgent Amendments Needed to the Farm Workforce Modernization Act of 2021 and the Passage of Dreamers Legislation   The U....
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Amendments Needed on the Farm Workforce Modernization Act

Center for Land-Based Learning Gets Big Grant

Center for Land-based Learning Awarded $25,000 Bank of America Grant Grant will support General Operating Funds for the Growing Non-profit...
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Center for Land-Based Learning Gets Big Grant

Drought Assistance Sought for Central Valley

State Senator Hurtado and Congressman Valadao Urge Gov. Newsom For Help in Drought for Central Valley Counties    Today, Senator...
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Drought Assistance Sought for Central Valley

Converting Food Waste Into Energy

Food Power per Hour Food Waste Now Generating Power in Many US Cities   Considering that 795 million people around...
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Converting Food Waste Into Energy

Chef Finalists Announced for CADairy2Go!

Real California Milk Foodservice Announces Chef Finalist For CADairy2Go Finalists compete for over $22,000 in prizes for innovative use of...
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Chef Finalists Announced for CADairy2Go!

Westlands Awards Eight Students Scholarships

Eight High School Students Awarded Westlands Water District’s 2021 Westside Scholarship   Westlands Water District is proud to announce the...
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Westlands Awards Eight Students Scholarships

Westlands: New Drought Affect Life in SJV

Five Things to Know About the Drought   From Westlands Water District   Every person who lives or works in...
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Westlands: New Drought Affect Life in SJV

UCANR’s Jeannette Warnert Retires

Warnert Served 31 years as a UC Communications Specialist Communication methods have rapidly evolved over the past three decades. To...
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UCANR’s Jeannette Warnert Retires

Breeding Drought Resistant Crops Part Two

Drought-Resilient Tomatoes - Part Two By Tim Hammerich with the Ag Information Network As thousands of acres of California cropland...
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Breeding Drought Resistant Crops Part Two

Ag Burning Alternatives

Agricultural Organizations Demonstrate Alternatives to Agricultural Burning   On June 29, Nisei Farmers League, along with other agricultural organizations, held...
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Ag Burning Alternatives

Congressional Leaders Learn About Almond Pollination

Almond Board Briefs Congressional Caucus About Pollinator Coalition Chief Scientific Officer Josette Lewis highlights coordinated efforts of state’s farm and...
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Congressional Leaders Learn About Almond Pollination

U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against CA ALRB

California Fresh Fruit Association Reacts to Supreme Court Ruling   The California Fresh Fruit Association (CFFA) is pleased with the...
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U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against CA ALRB

Tomato Roots Studied for Drought Resilient

Drought-Resilient Tomatoes - Part One By Tim Hammerich with the Ag Information Network The key to drought resilience in crops...
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Tomato Roots Studied for Drought Resilient

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U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against CA ALRB
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U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against CA ALRB

California Fresh Fruit Association Reacts to Supreme Court Ruling   The California Fresh Fruit Association (CFFA) is pleased with the...
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Tomato Roots Studied for Drought Resilient
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Tomato Roots Studied for Drought Resilient

Drought-Resilient Tomatoes - Part One By Tim Hammerich with the Ag Information Network The key to drought resilience in crops...
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Managing Wildland Weeds
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Managing Wildland Weeds

UC Launches WeedCUT,  To Manage Invasive Weeds in Wildlands  California has abundant wildlands — forests, rangeland, open areas, wildlife refuges and national, state,...
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Slowing Development Over Farmland
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Slowing Development Over Farmland

California Farmland Trust to Host Event to Slow Pace of Farmland Loss to Development    California Farmland Trust (CFT) will...
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Climate Change Affecting Water Availability
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Climate Change Affecting Water Availability

Climate Impact on Water Management By Tim Hammerich, with the Ag Information Network Unfortunately, California has had a lot of...
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Patrick Cavanaugh Retires as Long-Time Print Editor
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Patrick Cavanaugh Retires as Long-Time Print Editor

Cavanaugh Will Continue as Editor of CaliforniaAgToday.com and Broadcast Radio Reports   Following more than 36 years at the editor's...
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Mask Rule Dropped for Ag Employees
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Mask Rule Dropped for Ag Employees

Cal/OSHA Votes To Drop Workplace Mask Rule For Fully Vaccinated Workers On Thursday, June 17th, California regulators approved revised worksite...
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Center for Land-Based Learning Increases Growth
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Center for Land-Based Learning Increases Growth

Center for Land-Based Learning announces Unprecedented Organizational Growth As the need for new farmers, agricultural leaders, and natural resource stewards...
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Many Options for Melon Weed Control
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Many Options for Melon Weed Control

  Conventional Melon Weed Management in the Sacramento Valley   By Amber Vinchesi-Vahl, UCANR Cooperative Extension Colusa County Sutter County...
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