The USDA's Farm Service Agency is urging California livestock and dairy producers to keep good records of drought-related losses so they can apply for aid under the new Farm Bill.
Next week UC-Davis will host a research conference run by the university’s recently founded Coffee Center. The center is currently without a dedicated home, but J. Bruce German, director of the university’s Foods for Health Institute, says the conference is first step toward...
Students at Shasta College in Redding, Calif., are enrolled in a new 42-unit program to receive thei
Secretary John Laird of the California Natural Resources Agency said that the state needs a storm every other day through May to bring California to something resembling a normal year.
California officials says his state needs a storm every other day through May to reach a normal amount of rainfall.
Officials find that sudden oak death has spread to Trinity County, Calif.
The owner of the sheep was allowing 700 of his 8,000 sheep to graze in Heritage Ranch as part of a fire suppression program when they were caught in a major storm that struck the area and became ill.
Bee colonies entered the almond blossom in California in relatively good health, but they'll be looking for other food once the blossom is over. And there isn't much around because of the drought.
Storms that hit California over the weekend provided the state with much-needed rain and snow, but experts say it isn't enough to pull the state out of drought.
Farmers reach out to water witches to divine location of water in drought-stricken California.
February brought much-needed rain to California's farms and ranches, and March may bring more. But officials caution the water content in snowpack is still far below what will be needed this summer.
Two storm fronts are bringing much-needed rain to California Thursday.
A $687 million drought relief bill has won approval by legislative committees in the California Legislature. The measure now goes to both houses for votes.
San Francisco Superior Court Judge Curtis Karnow said Los Angeles-based wholesaler Metropolitan Water District of Southern California incorrectly set rates to bring water from the Colorado River to the coast on its 242-mile aqueduct from 2011 to 2014.