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California tomatoes Larger Tomato Crop Heads to Canners

fresh milk Proposed Federal Milk Order Moves to Referendum

Sacramento hosts its first Farm Day

displays in grocery store Millennials Devote Larger Shares of Their Grocery Spending to Prepared Foods, Pasta, and Sugar and Sweets Than Other Generations

California farm land USDA Invests More Than $1 Billion to Improve Health Care in Rural Areas

California wine grapes California Wine 2017 Harvest Report

California wildfire California Making Progress Containing Wildfires

California cantaloupe Innovation Helps Vegetable Farmers Maintain Markets

California bear Out of the Campsite and onto the Road: One Bear’s Struggle to Survive Alongside Park Visitors

Big Oak Flat Road in Yosemite National ParkUpdates on Repairing Big Oak Flat Road in Yosemite National Park

blooming orchard in Central CaliforniaSwollen Streams Continue to Flood Farmland

wine pouringCalifornia Wine Exports Reach Record $1.62 Billion in 2016

Mt. Dana, Yosemite National ParkSki Conditions and Weather in Yosemite National Park, March 2017

almond flowersStorms Threaten to Disrupt Pollination

Oroville Dam, CaliforniaOroville Dam: Evacuation Order Disrupts Farming in Affected Area

straw balesWorld Ag Expo "Women in Ag" Speaker Series Extends Special Invitation to Farmers, Agriculture Professionals, and Students

blooming almond trees in Central CaliforniaBeekeepers, Farmers Prepare for Pollination

snow cap in Central CaliforniaJanuary Storms Boost Snowpack, Swell Reservoirs

Updates on Conditions of Winter Roads through Yosemite National Park

Winter Vegetable Harvest Gets Early Start

Avocado Growers Face Obstacles But Harvest More Fruit.

California farm Nut Prices Carry Big Influence on Farmland Values

Earliest Known Record of a Bald Eagle Chick Hatching on the Channel Islands

Prescribed Burning Scheduled for the Whitney Portal Area

June Mountain Ski Area Operating Plan Approved

winter squashes More Communities Warm Up to Winter Farmers Markets

Restoring a Rare Coastal Wetland on Santa Cruz Island

Yosemite National Park Released Comprehensive Management Plans for Merced River and Tuolumne River

Citrus Pest Moves to Tulare, Leading to New Quarantine

school bell in Hanford, California $323 Million for Rural Schools in 41 States and Puerto Rico

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