Travis Joseph, president of the Portland-based American Forest Resource Council, said Friday the expansion improperly included several thousand acres of federal land that Congress has prioritized for logging.
California growers expect to plant 36,141 acres of strawberries this year, up slightly from 2016, as
The California Cattlemen’s Association is meeting new members of the Legislature and planning potential bills to sponsor in the 2017 session.
California officials say they’ve made significant progress in the past year in implementing G
This time last year, 97 percent of the state was in drought.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed budget includes boosts for higher education and the Department of Food and Agriculture, which will regulate marijuana and step up efforts to fight the Asian citrus psyllid and huanglongbing
Interstate 80 remained closed Wednesday between the Nevada border and Colfax, California, after more than 6 feet of snow fell.
The two “atmospheric river” storms that deluged California this week have boosted snowpack and reservoirs but slowed citrus harvests and caused little reported crop damage.
Snow is falling heavily in the Sierra Nevada with more expected Tuesday afternoon and into Thursday. A blizzard warning is in effect through Wednesday.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — A massive storm system stretching from Northern California to Nevada sent rivers overflowing and toppled trees — prompting evacuations, school cancellations, road closures and warnings of dangerous mudslides for...
Forecasters anticipate the storm surge could dump up to 15 inches of rain in some foothills communities. The storm’s relatively mild temperatures will drive up the snowline to above 9,000 feet throughout the Sierra Nevada.
Hector Lujan worked his way up through the ranks of Reiter Affiliated Companies by helping to greatly expand its berry-growing operations in Central Mexico. He is now the company’s CEO.
A University of California workshop preceding the EcoFarm Conference later this month will teach small farmers how to make the most of value-added products.
The University of California Cooperative Extension is offering a pair of Southern California workshops next month on efficient labor management amid a tight agricultural workforce.