Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is making his opinions very clear on issues revolving around the Farm Bill and nutrition assistance programs like SNAP. Gary Crawford has the story. Click to …
Tulare County released its crop report Tuesday. Sabrina Hill has more on how the industry has changed over the last year in the state’s second-top producing county. Click to open …
When it comes to food safety and produce, research is a key step to improving systems. Sabrina Hill has more. Click to open or download audio report
Two nominees for top positions at the Agriculture Department had their confirmation hearing Tuesday. Gary Crawford reports. Click to open or download audio report
Trevor Suslow, Ph.D., of the Department of Plant Sciences at UC Davis, discusses the migration of microorganisms from animal operations to adjacent fields.
Val Dolcini, State Executive Director, USDA Farm Service Agency (California), discusses the USDA Farm Service Agency during the recent Fresno Grizzlies Community Fund’s Farm Forum.
Alan Autry opens up discussion at the July 19 Farm Forum on food safety, held by the Fresno Grizzlies Community Fund.
The USDA Microloan program is helping farmers around the state reach their goals. Sabrina Hill reports. Click to open or download audio report
The extension of the current Farm Bill led to a shorter Conservation Reserve Program general sign up period. Rod Bain reports. Click to open or download audio report
The deadline for applications for the Fresno County Farm Bureau’s Future Advocates for Agriculture Concerned about Tomorrow class is this week. Sabrina Hill has the information. Click to open or …
The United Fresh Recall Ready training workshop is scheduled for September 18 and 19 in Monterey.
There are more hard times ahead when it comes to the agriculture water supplies in California. The State Water Resources Control Board issues a notice of surface water shortage. Sabrina …
Plans are well underway for the first Farm to Fork festival in Sacramento.
There has been a big course correction for fresh fruits and vegetables this year. Sabrina Hill explains. Click to open or download audio report