california farmers

“There’s families in these little towns, and everybody depends on the work that these farms provide."
State can't ding some farmers who keep taking water, raising questions about wider implications.
“They really don’t grow well anywhere else in the world,” Richard Waycott, CEO of the California Almond Board, told Wired
“I’m an artist, not an activist,” she said. Beach’s photos spotlight communities west of the San Joaquin River, where experts
Dunkin' Donuts announced last week that it will start offering almond milk at most of its U.S. locations, just the latest
The National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln defines a drought as a deficiency of precipitation
If you add in the cuts to programs that serve what the Farm Bill calls socially disadvantaged farmers and ranchers (Native Americans, farmers of color and women), the dearth of compassion is even more pronounced.
And before you get excited about farmland being naked, it's not that kind of naked. No, it was a body without skin sort of
“It is unconstitutional for Iowa farmers, for example, who strenuously work to follow the law, to be told by other states
The nursery's owners have built a thriving business using state-of-the-art techniques to develop varieties adapted to the
Farmers markets are among the types of retailers eligible for financing under the California FreshWorks Fund, launched last
Over the past five years, there has been a 49 percent increase in supplemental nutrition assistance program redemptions at
California has a new endangered species on its hands in the San Joaquin Valley - farmers. Thanks to environmental regulations