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Risk & Safety Manager Talks Heat Illness

June 21, 2017

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

workers rights

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

beer, wine, Peterangelo Vallis

Celebrating California Agriculture . . .A Farmer Can Be The Cowboy, Buying Everybody Drinks

November 25, 2016

Peterangelo Vallis Offers Advice on How Farmers Can Connect with Public By Patrick  Cavanaugh,

Almond Alliance

Almond Alliance Advances Almond Issues

November 23, 2016

Alliance Advocates for Almond Industry By Patrick Cavanaugh, Farm News Director   The

California agriculture, Agvocacy

Support Agriculture By Being An ‘AgVocate’

November 16, 2016

Bayer CropScience Says Farmers Need to AgVocate with Consumers By Brian German, Associate

BASC Chemical Company

BASF’s Goal: Focusing More on Women in Management

November 15, 2016

California Already Leading the Way for Female Leadership By Laurie Greene, Editor  Earlier

Celebrating California Agriculture

November 11, 2016

Celebrating California Agriculture - A Refreshing Perspective By Laurie Greene,

Farmer Veteran Coalition

Army Vet Finds Purpose in Farmer Veteran Coalition

November 11, 2016

Organization Uses Ag to Help Veterans By Joanne Lui, Associate Editor California Ag Today is

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FFA Jackets Giving Tuesday Campaign

November 8, 2016

FFA Jackets Needed for Members By Laurie Greene, Associate Editor We have Black Friday, Cyber

FRESNO County Chamber of Commerce Annual Ag Awards Luncheon, Manuel Cunha

Nov 9 Annual Ag Awards Luncheon Honors Manuel Cunha, Booth Ranches

November 7, 2016

Manuel Cunha, Agriculturist of the Year By Laurie Greene, Editor   On Wednesday

Big Vegetable Map

Celebrating California Agriculture . . . on World Vegan Day!

November 1, 2016

Celebrate World Vegan Day! Peterangelo Vallis, executive director of the Fresno-based San Joaquin