Science & Research

Christi Heintz, executive director, Project Apis m.

Project Apis m. Helps Almond Growers Empower Bees

January 14, 2016

Project Apis m. Helps Almond Growers Empower Bees With Free Flowering Forage By Patrick

Kevin Severns, a citrus grower in Sanger, CA, general manager of the Orange Cove-Sanger

Protecting California Citrus from ACP

January 12, 2016

Protecting California Citrus from ACP By Charmayne Hefley, Associate Editor [embedvideo

Terry Prichard, Water Management Researcher

Irrigation Uniformity in Almonds

January 11, 2016

Attaining Irrigation Uniformity in Almond Orchards By Patrick Cavanaugh, Deputy Editor Terry

UC Cooperative Extension Integrated Pest Management Advisor, Butte County

Grower-PCA Communication is Critical

January 7, 2016

Grower-PCA Communication is Critical By Laurie Greene, Editor Emily Symmes, UC Cooperative

New Dietary Guidelines for Healthy Eating

January 7, 2016

HHS and USDA Release New Dietary Guidelines to Encourage Healthy Eating Patterns to Prevent Chronic

Farmers Generous to Food Banks

January 6, 2016

Farmers Generous to Food Banks By Laurie Greene, Editor California farmers are stepping up to

USDA Under Secretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services Michael Scuse

USDA Official Talks TPP in CA

January 4, 2016

USDA Official Talks TPP in California By Brian German, Associate Editor   United States

Uri Shani, professor, Hebrew University

Drought Lessons from Israel, Part 2

December 31, 2015

Drought Lessons from Israel, Part 2 Drought-Stricken Israel has Plenty of Water By Patrick

CA Grown Campaign Builds Awareness

December 30, 2015

CA Grown Campaign Builds Awareness of the State's Agricultural Bounty By Kyle Buchoff, Assistant

Henry Gonzales, Ventura County Ag Commissioner

December 30, 2015

Ventura County Ag Commissioner Henry Gonzales Started as Fieldworker By Patrick Cavanaugh, Deputy

Sara Krooph, Enviromental Defense Fund

Are EDF and Farmers on Same Page?

December 29, 2015

Are EDF and California Farmers on Same Page? By Patrick Cavanaugh, Deputy Editor The

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UPDATE! Expanded ACP Quarantine

December 28, 2015

UPDATE! Expanded ACP Quarantine in Stanislaus and Merced Counties Two ACPs Found in City of

Ruthann Anderson, CAPCA CEO

Ruthann Anderson, CAPCA’s New CEO

December 28, 2015

Ruthann Anderson, CAPCA's New CEO, Talks Leadership By Brian German, Associate Editor On January

CDFA Secretary Karen Ross

Ross Supports Desalination

December 23, 2015

CDFA’s Karen Ross Supports Desalination Plants By Brian German, Associate

Leopold Conservation Award

California Leopold Conservation Award® Seeks Nominees

May 5, 2015

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – (April 28, 2015), the California Farm Bureau Federation and Sustainable

Almonds belong in your diet

Why Almonds Belong in Your Diet

January 2, 2015

Almond Nutrition Source: Alissa Fleck, Demand Media Natural, unsalted almonds are a tasty and

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Could CDFA’s ACP Control Policy Devastate Our Citrus Industry Like Florida’s?

June 3, 2014

Citrus Industry is Fired Up Over Softened ACP Control Policy By Patrick Cavanaugh   It

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Keeping a Watchful Eye on the Family Farmer: Suicide Prevention

April 28, 2014

By Laurie Greene, Editor   National Mental Health Awareness Month, in May 2014, is an

Farm Bureau Scholarship 
Deadline – April 11

April 7, 2014

Farm Bureau Foundation of Sonoma County will award $66,500 in scholarships this year to deserving

PLF On 9th Circuit Biological Opinion

March 17, 2014

PLF statement on 9th Circuit Upholding Delta Smelt Biological Opinion Last Week, a panel of the