• ApisProtect Will Help Beekeepers Know Hive Health Data

  • Another Wheat Grower in Northern Calif. is Being Prosecuted by the Army Corp of Engineers. (Pictured is Tony Francios who is defending grower.)

  • California Farm Bureau Celebrates 100 Years Oct. 22, 2019

  • Get Herbicide Rigs Ready For Pre-Emergent Sprays in Orchards

    Get Herbicide Rigs Ready For Pre-Emergent Sprays in Orchards, with Kurt Hembree UCANR Weed Science Farm Advisor Fresno County

  • Rob Schwehr, with Atticus, Discusses the Value of Off Patent Crop Protection Materials

  • James Whetlor is Promoting Goat Meat Consumption

  • Jesse Rojas with The Redd Group Regarding the UFW and ALRB

  • Congressman Josh Harder Has A Plan To Help The Central Valley’s Water Challenges

  • Holly Carter, a friend to California Ag, Needs Our Help

  • Christine McMorrow on a New Location in Woodland for the Center For Land-Based Learning

  • Drew Wolter UC Davis Grad Student Is Working on Threespike Goosegrass, Which is Tough To Control

  • Manuel Cunha, Pres. of Nisei Farmers League: High Heat Coming. Protecting Ag Employees is Critical

  • Alex Ott: Consumers Need More Education About Pecans

    Alex Ott is Executive Director of the American Pecan Council–Where the focus is consumer education to increase pecan consumption.

  • West Sacramento FFA Member Anna Kelley Feeds Her Chickens Garlic—Leads to Garlic Tasting Eggs!

  • Sophia Marin an Adjunct Professor at Bakersfield College is Working with Wasco High School Students Attend College While in High School

    Sophia Marin is a Lab Assistant III at UC Cooperative Extension Kern County as well as an Adjunct Professor at Bakersfield College. She is helping Wasco High School Students attend Bakersfield College to learn more about the science of agriculture.

  • Jimmy Gardiner, with United Honey Bees, Explains This Year’s Pollination Season on Almonds

    Jimmy Gardiner is a third generation almond farmer in Wasco, Calif. Five years ago, he got into beekeeping and pollination business.

  • Mackenzie Camacho is Researching Reducing the Spread of Botryosphaeria Spores in Walnut and other Crops

    Mackenzie Camacho is a FFA Student at Minarets High School in O’Neals CA. She wants to find a way to reduce spore release when diseased wood is being burned.

  • More Women Working on the Farm Will be Counted in Upcoming Census of Agriculture

    Doris Mold is with Sunrise Ag Associates, based in Wisconsin, and past president of the American Agri-Women Association. She noted that more women and others will be counted in the 2020 Census.

  • Liberty Galvin, a UC Davis PhD Student, Explains What Weedy Rice is

    Weedy Rice is a big problem for California rice growers.

  • Important Meeting in Bakersfield March 21 on What to do When ALRB or UFW Want to Access Farm Operations

    Jesse Rojas, the founder, and CEO of the Redd Group has organized the March 21 seminar.