University of California Cooperative Extension has developed a course to help people comply with new regulation concerning water diversion.
Corissa King was 2017 Miss San Benito Rodeo.
Event at St. Francis Retreat promotes the history of the vaquero style.
State certification honors facility’s safety management efforts.
Grant allows San Benito County Water District and its partners to move forward with planning for critical water supply expansion.
Event includes cook-off, chicken queen coronation, music, and live chicken displays.
If passed, plan would reduce county’s share of surface water.
Courses for the evening were prepared by Mike Fisher of Fisher's and Becky Herbert of Farmhouse Café, and featured wines from Aromas Cellars. All food served was prepared from locally sourced ingredients, including produce, chicken, and duck eggs.
Extreme patience and an eye for a potentially valuable product helped Michael Anderson complete a development and move mitigation requirements to a new, faster moving business model.
Winner to be named on July 19 during the opening performance.
The Arts Council's second annual farm-to-table benefit will highlight food from local producers prepared by local chefs Mike Fisher and Becky Herbert.
To qualify for the National High School Finals Rodeo in Wyoming, contestants were required to compete at the state level.
Winners in a variety of divisions are announced for the annual Saddle Horse Show Downtown Parade.
Urban agriculture spreads as people living within city limits raise chickens for eggs and grow multiple types of food for friends and family.
Here in California, the Zika virus remains a serious public health concern to people traveling to areas with Zika. Zika is a virus that is spread through the bite of an infected mosquito or through unprotected sex with an infected partner.
San Benito Cattlewomen had a successful reusable bag giveaway with over 1,500 bags distributed to the residents of San Benito County.
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