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SACRAMENTO — California officials are weighing whether to list the iconic western Joshua tree as a threatened species, a designation that would make it harder to remove the trees for housing, …


Bottles of the popular Sriracha hot sauce could be hard to find on store shelves this summer. Southern California-based Huy Fong Inc., told customers in an email earlier this year that it woul…

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Some California lawmakers want to use taxpayer money to purchase water rights from farmers. The proposal by Senate Democrats aims to keep more water in California's rivers and streams to benef…

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Two generations of a California family grow blueberries for farmers markets. They talk about getting started in the 1990s, customers' favorite varieties and how they extend the season for the crop.

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One year after the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation shut off water to the Klamath Project amid a devastating region-wide drought, conditions appear to be even worse heading into the 2022 irrigation season. 

BOISE — Drought and low snowpacks in the West likely mean an early start to wildfire season, meteorologists at the National Interagency Fire Center predict. “Due to below-average, and in some …

CRESCENT CITY, Calif. — A dairy family's chicken-and-egg project to give their kids something to do has turned into a major operation over the past decade. Alexandre Kids Eggs has grown from a…

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The California Department of Water Resources has allocated almost $30 million to help repair the Friant-Kern Canal, which has lost more than 60% of its original water-carr…

DIXON, Calif. — David Medrano started on the bottom rung of the agricultural ladder, but he has arrived at the top. He now operates his own family farm, growing flowers for customers in the Bay Area.

JOHN DAY, Ore. — A judge’s decision to restore federal protections for gray wolves last month has put Grant County, Ore., at ground zero for relisting the predators under the Endangered Species Act.

BROOKINGS, Ore. — The Easter lily industry that straddles the southwestern Oregon and northwestern California border has experienced declining production over recent decades.

SACRAMENTO — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has formally invited the Sites Project Authority, responsible for building a new reservoir in California, to apply for a $2.2 billion low-…


The reigning La Nina has more staying power than expected and likely will stay through the spring and into the summer, influencing U.S. temperatures and precipitation for the upcoming months, …

BOISE — Incident meteorologists are key teammates for wildfire foresters and analysts, who come up with game plans for battling the massive blazes. An overarching goal is to let incident manag…

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