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Water infrastructure bill includes provisions for Klamath Project

The America’s Water and Infrastructure Act of 2018 includes several key provisions for farmers and ranchers in the Klamath Basin. More

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Napa Valley winery rejects 2,000 tons of S. Oregon wine grapes

Copper Cane Wines & Provisions, of California, has canceled contracts to buy at least 2,000 tons of wine grapes from Southern Oregon growers due to... More

 

Hay exporters worried about China

While quality and prices have been good this season, West Coast hay exporters are concerned how long Chinese tariffs will damage sales. More

 

Antitrust dispute erupts in irrigation market

A new lawsuit accuses of several major irrigation manufacturers of retaliation against the Jain micro-irrigation company for a deal with two... More

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California winds easing, wildfire risk narrowing

Pacific Gas & Electric said it expected to restore power Tuesday to the last of about 60,000 Northern California customers. More

Power switched off in Northern California amid fire fears

Northern California's biggest utility has shut off power to tens of thousands of customers to prevent wildfires amid rising winds and official warnings of extreme fire danger More

California winery works with investigators on label controversy

Federal investigators have already checked records at winery, owner says. More

Effort to feed seaweed to burping cows gets research boost

Cows release methane when they burp, and it’s a significant greenhouse gas. More

California homeowners: Wildfire cleanup made matters worse

By the summer, nearly 1,000 homeowners had flooded the Army, state and local officials with complaints. More

California wildfire victims say cleanup crews added to woes

Homeowners said workers dug too deep and took too much dirt from their lots. More

1,000 wild horses to be rounded up in Northern California

Modoc National Forest official says the area is supposed to have up to 400 horses but that the area has almost 4,000 animals. More

Time right for permanent daylight saving in California?

California could take a step toward year-round daylight saving time if voters approve a November ballot proposition More

Meet the farmers of the future: Robots

Meet the farmers of the future: Robots More

Rain showers moving through Northern California

Rain showers are moving across Northern California after months of extremely dry weather More

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