Asm. Rivas applauds the passage of SB 27, which he says is a major step forward in harnessing our state’s natural and working lands in the fight against climate change.
The San Benito County Water District will accept public comments through Oct. 27.
Outdoor cultivation remains a possibility in unincorporated areas of the county.
City Council ignores company argument to repeal the revocation.
AB 73 ensures the state’s stockpile of N95 masks will be utilized for farmworkers during a wildfire outbreak.
The public comment period regarding the application is open until July 9.
41 counties now under drought state of emergency intended to protect communities and the environment, representing 30% of the state’s population.
Several vendors sell out their supply.
During the pandemic the organization has provided food, hoodies and boots to farmworkers.
It’s been closed to recreation since 2008, when zebra mussels were discovered.
Water district officials discuss possible return to drought conditions.
The award recognized the Schmidt family for maintaining outstanding ranch management and land stewardship practices across distances and generations.
Two-day clinic focuses on essential food industry employees.
Topics include an overview of the state’s cannabis cultivation licensing program and review of the requirements for commercial cannabis farming.
Family and friends share how her vision of Swank Farms took shape.
Jorge Terrones with SBHF writes that the foundation has been unfairly suspended from weekly COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
If approved, AB 252 would create a pilot program to support repurposing formerly irrigated agricultural land for less water-intensive uses.
If approved, the legislation would establish a stockpile of N95 masks to be distributed to farmers during a wildfire outbreak.