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good ag neighbors

CDFA To Hold Good Ag Neighbors Workshops

May 24, 2019

Workshop Designed for Produce Growers and Livestock Areas to Promote Food Safety News Release In


Consumer Protection Is Top Priority for LGMA

May 23, 2019

New LGMA Irrigation Requirements Mean Heightened Food Safety Measures By Mikenzi Meyers, Associate


Western Growers Statement on California DPR Ban on Chlorpyrifos

May 22, 2019

Tom Nassif: CA Farmers Face the Most Stringent Regulations in the World By Cory Lunde,

Wastewater Treatment Plant in Delta Causing Problems

May 17, 2019

Harmful Algal Blooms Impacting Watershed News Release Edited By Patrick Cavanaugh The San


CCM Statement on Chlorpyrifos Ban

May 14, 2019

Flawed Data Forcing Cancellation News Release From California Citrus Mutual Recently, the

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Reducing ACP Spread In California

May 8, 2019

Beth Grafton-Cardwell: Spread of Disease Must Be Prevented By Patrick Cavanaugh,

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Dealing With Social Security Number Mismatch

May 7, 2019

Farm Field Employees Often Get Notices of Social Security Mismatch  By Anthony P. Raimondo Much

Food Safety Is Paramount In California Agriculture

May 6, 2019

Researchers Hone in on Bacteria Genome to Isolate Pathogens By Laurie Greene, Founding

Building a Relationship Between Consumers and Ag Industry

April 29, 2019

There Are Ways to Gain Trust Among Consumers By Mikenzi Meyers, Associate Editor Bridging the gap

E. Coli dirty dozen

Leafy Green Marketing Agreement Issues New Food Safety Guideline

April 25, 2019

New, More Stringent Food Safety Practices Adopted to Prevent Outbreaks By April Ward, LGMA

World Ag Expo

Fighting for Citrus Industry

April 25, 2019

Continuing to Fight For Citrus Industry’s Longevity Requires Teamwork By Jim Gorden, Committee

Alliance For Food and Farming Launches New Website!

April 24, 2019

New Website Will Improve Visitor Experience News Release The Alliance

Raul Calvo

Raul Calvo: Good Employee Communication Shows Respect

April 22, 2019

Organizations Must Improve Their Culture By Laurie Greene, Founding Editor Communicating with

Charlie Arnot: A Better Way to Talk To Consumers About Ag

April 19, 2019

Listening to Customers Concerns Will Help With Skepticism By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor There are

water allocation

65% Percent Water Allocation for Westlands with 163 Percent Snow Pack

April 18, 2019

Statement on Bureau of Reclamation’s April Water Allocation Announcement News Release from

immigration reform

Tom Nassif: Ag Immigration Reform is Critical

April 16, 2019

All Fruits and Vegetables Harvested by Foreign Hands By Cory Lunde, Western Growers Assoc.

temperance flat dam

Dire Need for Temperance Flat

April 15, 2019

Temperance Flat Dam Could Minimize the Devastation of SGMA By Jessica Theisman, Associate

heat illness prevention

Heat Illness Prevention Event April 12 In Easton

April 10, 2019

Water, Rest and Shade for Heat Illness Prevention News Release Edited By Patrick Cavanaugh On

Lettuce Aphids Showing Up on Late Produce

April 9, 2019

Lettuce Aphid Pressure Has Been Steady By John Palumbo, University of Arizona Professor/Extension

reducing food waste

Winning on Reducing Food Waste Month

April 8, 2019

In U.S., One-Third of all Available Food Goes Uneaten Through Loss or Waste.  News Release Edited