Cherry season is underway in California and it appears to be light, industry sources say, perhaps 25 to 50 percent of normal.
Despite the drought and a reduction of acreage, California strawberry production is up from last yea
An Orland, Calif., dairyman who uses raw milk to make cheese is in the awkward position of opposing
Settlement contractors along the Sacramento River in Northern California will see a boost in planned federal water deliveries to 75 percent of normal, officials announced. State contractors without senior water rights will get 5 percent of their allotments instead of zero, but deliveries won't be...
The Bureau of Reclamation and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released 54,000 hatchery-produced salmon into the river from a site near Fresno on Thursday.
A ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals may affect the pricing and timing of water deliveries for certain irrigators in California.
Navel orange growers in California may finish with a larger crop than they had expected after the December freeze. Harvest is expected to wrap up within the next three weeks.
The city of Irwindale is suing the maker of Sriracha hot sauce and last week the Los Angeles suburb tentatively voted to declare the bottling plant a public nuisance.
The California Fish and Game Commission put off a decision on whether to list the gray wolf under the state Endangered Species Act. The panel will take more testimony at a meeting June 4 in Fortuna, Calif., and make a decision at a special meeting in...
An attorney and author will give a presentation on wolves and take questions on April 24 in Yreka, Calif.
California's FFA members met this week in Fresno and elected new officers. Tulare Western senior Dipak Kumar was elected president, Sierra Bryant of Templeton was elected secretary, Haley Warner of Altaville-Bret Harte was elected vice president, Ellen...
The USDA has declared Imperial County in California as a primary disaster area because of drought.
A University of California-Davis expert urges bee producers to remove their hives from almond orchards earlier to avoid die-offs like one that occurred at the end of this year's almond blossom.
Overall hay yields in California are expected to be down by more than 20 percent this year as the drought diminishes growers' ability to irrigate. The anticipated shortage is pushing hay prices higher.