Crews continue to assess areas scorched by the blazes that killed 42 people.
State officials hope the Federal Emergency Management Agency will foot up to 75 percent of the repair bill.
Brown issued an order Wednesday that allows disrupted wineries to relocate tasting rooms and suspends state fees for mobile home parks and manufactured homes.
A plan released by California’s Department of Water Resources calls for Lake Oroville to be d
The San Francisco-based utility said it would not speculate on causes of the fires and that it was cooperating with investigators.
While many vineyards were spared by the fires that have devastated California’s wine country, some wineries and other farms are beginning to pick up the pieces after being flattened by flames.
At least 31 marijuana farms were destroyed and many more damaged, according to the pot industry’s California Growers Association.
Sudden oak death has had ecological as well as economic consequences for the timber and plant nursery industries.
The California Farm Bureau Federation released its first labor survey in five years which shows a continuing shortage of workers for farmers with labor-intensive crops like tree fruit and wine grapes.
As the walnut industry is expecting a slightly smaller crop this year, some growers have rushed to finish before unsettled weather was expected to arrive on Oct. 19.
Wine grape harvest is probably 80 to 90 percent done in Washington but vineyards still picking are busy trying to beat forecasts of rain and colder temperatures. Washington’s harvest appears relatively normal compared with Idaho seeing freeze...
As fire crews gain on wildfires burning for more than a week in Northern California's wine country, new fires broke out in other parts of the state, including northeast of Los Angeles
Marc Staunton’s family’s farm was among those that spearheaded the Walking Wetlands project.
Fire crews battling wildfires in California's wine country are gaining ground and thousands of residents have gotten the OK to return home