Moved from March to July this year, the 2014 Fresno Food Expo drew a record number of participants, organizers said.
The court upheld the environmental review but also said the project must still abide by state environmental rules.
The Salmon is a tributary of the Klamath River, and home to one of the last remnants of spring chinook salmon in the Klamath Basin, which return from the ocean in spring and stay in the river until October, when they spawn and die. A tributary of the Klamath River, it has no storage dams.
An agriculture-themed summer camp in Redding, Calif., gave urban youngsters a chance to do actual fa
The survey found 51 percent of likely voters back the existing measure and 26 percent are opposed. Support grows to 59 percent for a smaller bond, but questioners did not ask what price tag respondents would accept.
The fire broke out in small community of Aguanga shortly before 11 a.m. Wednesday. It’s 65 percent contained and full containment was expected Thursday morning.
The plans target Sacramento River winter-run Chinook salmon, Central Valley spring-run Chinook salmon and Central Valley steelhead.
Easter lilies continue to be a popular— and hard-to-grow — crop that originated in Japan.
California agencies have extended the deadline for agricultural operations to apply for water efficiency grants.
The USDA is providing $9.7 million in grants to improve the water distribution systems in rural communities throughout California.
A bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown will bar those convicted of livestock theft from holding a registered brand in California for five years, and the person will face increased scrutiny after that. The bill was the second in two years to deal with cattle...
Wawona Packing says on its website that no illnesses have been reported and the recall is a precautionary measure.
California is in its third dry year, and officials say many power-generating reservoirs are low. That forces power companies to buy energy from conventional plants that burn natural gas.
New reports from Fresno County and the University of California paint a bleak picture of the future of agriculture in the Central Valley, prompting farm groups to call for more solutions from state leaders.