Groundwater recharge, organic matter, reduced or no tillage – in the middle of drought, management practices may help improve the retention of limited water resources.
Program changes include governmental authority to ban from the program for misconduct, upgrades to housing and inspections, updates to bond requirements, mandatory electronic filing, and changes to how wages are determined.
This non-venomous, startling-looking caterpillar has an appetite for young pecan leaves, but seldom causes significant damage.
Section 22007 helps farmers, ranchers and forest landowners impacted by discrimination in USDA farm lending programs.
California forests are experiencing more tree
mortality, the snowpack is being lost to the atmosphere, and groundwater aquifers are becoming depleted.
California Department of Food and Agriculture has recently set aside $15 million to help offset the cost of planning and implementing big projects.