A new high-security laboratory funded by the citrus industry is being built near the University of California-Riverside to study the pathogen that causes the deadly tree disease huanglongbing.
“The forces of nature collided with a spark,” Kern County, Calif., Fire Chief Brian Marshall said.
U.S. Forest Service aerial surveys have identified a record 66 million dead trees in Southern Sierra
The animal is not a member of the Shasta Pack, the breeding pair and pups spotted in eastern Siskiyou County in 2015.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, who oversees the Forest Service, said disaster awaits if more money isn’t invested in managing forests in California and across the country.
A bill to reduce the hours a California farmworker has to work to receive overtime pay has been revived after having been defeated earlier this month. The author, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, inserted the language into another bill that had advanced to...
A farmer plans to challenge a court ruling that his tillage operations violated the Clean Water Act.
The two fires grew to a combined 7 square miles and brought fears they could soon merge into one.
4-H member Madeline Evans, 12, started using goat's milk to make soap last year and has raised more than $1,000 to put back into her projects.
A bill by U.S. Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Calif., seeks to remove fish population requirements for striped bass in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. The bass are a non-native predator fish that are known to feed on endangered native salmon and smelt.
Production of strawberries and other berries in California are making gains after getting off to a slow start because of winter rains.
Winds and rising temperatures across the dry Western U.S. also worsened wildfires in other states.
University of California researchers believe there could be an upsurge in field crop producers' use of overhead irrigation systems, which are becoming nearly as efficient as drip systems and are cheaper to operate and maintain.
The lawsuit had tied up access to financing and officials said nearly 500 appraisals for land along the route became outdated during that time.