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Almond Board of California
One of the big projects the Almond Board has been working on is the almond sustainability report. Sabrina Hill talks with Industry Relations Project Coordinator for the Almond Board, Kendall Barton.
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Barton says the report is intended for a large audience.
The report will come out every three to five years. Everyone can get a copy of the first report at The Almond Conference, which is scheduled for December 3 though 5 in Sacramento.

You can register for the conference online at almondconference.com.

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