Know the Issues

Worker Transportation Pay is a New Threat to Agriculture

September 20, 2018

Plaintiff Trial Attorneys Pushing For Ag to Pay for Transportation Time By Patrick Cavanaugh,

Gerawan

Gerawan Votes Were Counted in a Professional Way

September 19, 2018

Votes Were Announced, Union or No Union By Laurie Greene, Founding Editor Following Election

Silvia Lopez Gerawan Statement

Gerawan Statement on the Results of the November 5, 2013 Decertification Election

September 18, 2018

The following statement was issued on September 18, 2018, by Gerawan Farming Inc.

Gerawan Employees Protest at CA Supreme Court Hearing

Gerawan Worker Votes to Be Counted in Fresno

September 17, 2018

Historic Day Following Five Years of Vote Count Suppression News Release Edited By Patrick

immigration

A Different Perspective on the Immigration Controversy

September 14, 2018

Mexico Has a Responsibility Regarding Immigration, Expert Says By Mikenzi Meyers, Associate

water grab

Marin County Farm Bureau Fights Back on Water Grab

September 12, 2018

More Water For Fish Will Not Work By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor Recently in Sacramento,

trade

Calmer Minds Must Prevail for Trade Talks

September 11, 2018

California Growers in a World Market By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor Paul Wenger, a Stanislaus

Halting the Sacramento Water Grab

September 10, 2018

Rep. Denham calls on Congress to halt Sacramento Water Grab by enacting Denham Amendment News

produce safety

Food Bloggers, Dietitians Learn More About Produce Safety in Salinas

September 6, 2018

"Facts Not Fear" Educates Participants on Vegetable Production News Release Edited By Patrick

ALRB member Isadore Hall III

Does UFW Cause Farm Closures?

September 5, 2018

Legal Explanation of Anecdotal Farm Closure Reports By Laurie Greene, Founding Editor Scores of

Lessening Negative Feelings Over Trade War

September 4, 2018

Walnut Processors Maintain Optimism By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor California Ag Today recently

State Water Resources Control Board Grab for Salmon Will Impact Federal Water

September 3, 2018

Feds and State Usually Do Not Work Well Together By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor

sustainable groundwater management

Steve Malanca Voices Frustration Regarding Water Grab

August 31, 2018

More Water Storage is What is Needed By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor At the capitol

water grab

Almond Farmer Fights Back Against the State Water Grab

August 29, 2018

"Hundreds of Years of Property Rights Taken Away" By Hannah Young, Associate Editor More than

Adam Gray

Assemblyman Adam Gray Speaks Out on Water Grab

August 28, 2018

Water Board Must Understand the Impact of Taking Water from Farms and Communities By Patrick

John Cox

Gubernatorial Candidate John Cox Denounces State Water Resources Board

August 27, 2018

John Cox Joins Farmers and Agricultural Community in Calling to #StoptheWaterGrab  News Release

trade

Tariffs Causing Problems for U.S. Trade

August 24, 2018

Long-Term Problems May Be Ahead By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor If a market is lost, it

glyphosate use

Idea to Reduce Glyphosate Use with Grapes

August 23, 2018

Use Glyphosate When Absolutely Needed By Mikenzi Meyers, Associate Editor There is an effort

orange trees

Study Forecasts Cost of Regulations on California Citrus Industry

August 22, 2018

Citrus Research Board Explains Cost Impacts on Growers News Release From California Citrus

Irrigated Field in Salinas, groundwater

Interior Secretary Zinke Agrees: Sacramento Water Grab “Unacceptable”

August 21, 2018

Zinke Directs Staff to Propose New Plan News Release Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke’s