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Walnut Farmer Talks Family’s Founding of Crows Landing

October 16, 2017

Walnut Farmer Norman Crow has Deep Roots in Stanislaus County By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News

Small Business Development

Small Business Development Shines In Truckee

October 9, 2017

Small Business Development Center is Part of BlueTechValley By Jessica Theisman, Associate

Latino Paradox is a Phenomenon

October 5, 2017

Latino Status Booming But Incomes Not Following By Melissa Moe, Associate Editor The Latino

Almond Achievement Award Nominations Being Accepted

October 2, 2017

Deadline for Almond Achievement Award Nominations is Oct. 19 News Release Since 2011, the Almond

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Farm Workers Strive For Success

September 21, 2017

Farm Workers and Dreamers Work Hard To Reach the American Dream By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News

Who Safeguards Farm Worker Rights? – Part 8

September 14, 2017

Pick Justice, Gerawan Farm Workers Protest Forced Unionization By Laurie Greene, Founding

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Dave Cogdill Will Be Remembered at Temperance Flat Dam

September 11, 2017

Dave Cogdill Remembered For His Water Priorities By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor Dave

ALRB member Isadore Hall III

Who Safeguards CA Farm Workers’ Rights? Part 4 – Motion to Disqualify ALRB Member Hall

July 21, 2017

ALRB Rejects Gerawan's Motion to Disqualify Isadore Hall III By Laurie Greene, Founding

Risk & Safety Manager Talks Heat Illness

June 21, 2017

Preventing Farm Worker Heat Illness By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News Director Part of a

Anthony Raimondo 2016 bad faith bargaining

Who Safeguards California Farm Workers’ Rights? Part 3 – Bargaining in Bad Faith

May 26, 2017

What Does "Bad Faith" Mean? By Laurie Greene, Founding Editor Our ongoing coverage of

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Safeguarding CA Farm Workers Rights – Part 2

May 17, 2017

Updates on California Farm Workers' Rights  By Laurie Greene, Founding Editor Our ongoing

Doug Mederos to be Named Tulare’s 57th Farmer of the Year

March 27, 2017

Doug Mederos to be Tulare's Farmer of the Year By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News Director On

Ag Unite Works to Bridge Gap with Consumers

January 29, 2017

Ag Unite Program Brings Industry Together By Jessica Theisman, Associate Editor   The

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Cherry Industry Hoping for Better Year

January 12, 2017

Cherry Growers Face Challenges in California By Jessica Theisman, Associate

CalAgJobs: Big industry Needs

December 31, 2016

CalAgJobs Connects Job Seekers By Brian German, Associate Broadcaster The men and women in the

FFA Inspired Animal Sciences Major

December 27, 2016

Fresno State Student Jessie Theisman Wants to Teach Next Generation By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm

Farm Advisor Culumber is in Awe

December 27, 2016

Catherine Culumber is Impressed by Big Production By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News

California Ag Today Seeks Guest Writers, Story Suggestions

December 12, 2016

Are you a writer with a passion for agriculture? A student looking for publication experience? An

Water Board proposes water diversions for fish from three San Joaquin River tributaries: Stanislaus, Tuolumne, and Merced Rivers

Water Diversion Plan for Fish, Part 2

November 29, 2016

Grober: It Won't Help to Vilify People Part 2 of 2-part Series  By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News

Tuolumne River-Modesto Irrigation District

Water Board’s Point of View on Increasing San Joaquin River Flows, Part 1

November 28, 2016

Les Grober Explains Increasing San Joaquin River Flows This is part 1 of a 2-part series. By