The University of George announced that four of faculty from its College of Agriculture have received an award for its second phase of a pecan study, which is one of the state's commodities.
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California farmers are encouraged by the series of atmospheric river storms that brought near-record rain and snow, filling depleted reservoirs and bolstering the snowpack.
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More California growers are looking to incorporate some form of agriculturally managed recharge into their water management plans, and UC Davis developed a soil tool to help determine suitability. more »
Multiple organizations have teamed up to introduce LandFlex — a program that reduces groundwater demand by contracting with farmers to rotationally and temporarily fallow ground in areas deeply dependent on groundwater for domestic well supplies. more »
Jamie Johansson, California Farm Bureau president, insists California’s agricultural producers can do more than just survive — if only state policymakers reject their prevailing mindset and embrace one that is geared toward abundance. more »
Costs are high, water is scarce, and prices to growers are low. With the economics of tree crops the toughest they've been in decades, is there a light at the end of the tunnel? more »
Farmers from California's Central Valley received zero federal water deliveries, and severely reduced state allocations. Now hit with groundwater pumping fines, farmers took to the Capitol to protest. more »
The water scarcity has created momentum for new voluntary funding programs for growers facing the difficult decision of taking land out of production. more »
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