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California Cattle Leaders Stay Strong During Pandemic

May 8, 2020

Cattle Leaders Launch Resilience 2020 Campaign By Tim Hammerich with the Ag Information

California Pear Growers Committed to Growing Flavorful Pears that Ripen Naturally

May 7, 2020

California Pear Growers Say No to Anti-Ripening Treatments California pear farmers have united

West Hills College Farm of the Future Part 2

May 6, 2020

Students Test New Agricultural Technologies and At Farm of the Future By Tim Hammerich, with the

California Fresh Fruit Association

Ag Industry Asked for Fairness In Guest Worker Wage Reforms

May 5, 2020

  Farmer Co-ops Press Fairness for All Producers in Guest Worker Wage

Practical Hands-On Farm Ed Experience

May 4, 2020

Farm Ed for the Future  Part 1 By Tim Hammerich with the Ag Information Network As millions of

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Big Funding for Specialty Crop Multi-State Programs

May 1, 2020

  California Awarded More Than $3.8 Million to Support The Specialty Crop Industry Through

Minimizing Food Waste During These Difficult Times

April 30, 2020

  Food Waste Becoming a Bigger Problem By Tim Hammerich, with  We typically

Central Valley Project (CVP) Water

Lawsuit filed Against California To Protect Central Valley Project

April 29, 2020

Joint SLDMWA, FWA & TCCA Statement on a Lawsuit to protect California's Central Valley

Almond Board Election Underway

April 29, 2020

Voting Starts Today for Many Positions on Almond Board  Voting will begin April 29 to

NOW Monitoring, navel orangeworm

New Bt From Vestaron Will Help With Worm Pests

April 27, 2020

A New Bt Innovation For Worm Pests Tree nut growers – large/small, conventional/organic - are

Corona Virus Disaster Help is On The Way For Farmers

April 24, 2020

Congressman Harder Successfully Includes Farmers in Corona Virus Disaster Emergency Grants

The Reason Farmers Are Destroying Crops Etc. During COVID Crisis

April 24, 2020

Why Are Farmers Destroying Crops While Store Shelves Are Empty?   By Pam Kan-Rice UCANR

Tough Market for California Lemons

April 23, 2020

  Lemons are Ready, but Markets are Not By Tim Hammerich, with AgInfo.Net Recent weeks have

California Pear Farmers Will Harvest in July

April 22, 2020

California Pear Farmers Set to Begin Harvest in Early July  As the nation’s food industry is

E. Coli dirty dozen

Karen Ross on 2020 Earth Day

April 22, 2020

  Every Day is Earth Day in Agriculture By Karen Ross, CDFA Secretary As we take this


USDA to Help Dairy Producers with Big Purchase

April 21, 2020

COVID-19 Crisis Families First Coronavirus Response Act To $3 Billion in Commodities, Including

Dire Situation for Dairy Producers Pt 1

April 21, 2020

COVID-19 Farm Crisis With Restaurants and Other Food Service Providers Shutdown, Dairy Producers


Oak Trees Coming Back Following Atlas Fire in Napa County

April 21, 2020

Atlas Fire: Reality of Fires, Oaks, Vineyards and Napa’s Agricultural Future   By Igor

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Water and Ag Organization Urge Congress To Help Western Water

April 21, 2020

From California Farm Bureau 150 Water and Agricultural Organizations Urge Congress and the White


How COVID-19 Has Affected Farms

April 20, 2020

California Agriculture Adapts To COVID-19 Source: California Farm Bureau By Tim Hammerich, with