Guest Bloggers, Courtesy of California Rice Commission

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Video – Mochi making tradition in Sacramento

Dec 21, 2011
Video – Mochi making tradition in Sacramento

View the Buddhist Church of Sacramento's 50 plus year tradition of making mochi during the holidays. The mochi is sold while supplies last at Oto's Marketplace and Osaka Ya in Sacramento.Click here to view photo album

Rice is nice for Tournament of Roses Float

Dec 19, 2011
Rice is nice for Tournament of Roses Float

My name is Paulina Trujillo, a second year Biomedical Engineering student at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and this year’s Decoration Chair for the SLO team. I got hooked onto Rose Float after my first year as a volunteer. I was attracted to the inner wo...

Artist Boyd Gavin completes his California Rice painting

Dec 13, 2011

Sacramento artist Boyd Gavin provides comments upon completion of his painting entitled Rice Harvest, Colusa County.

How rice fields help our environment and inspire children

Dec 7, 2011
How rice fields help our environment and inspire children

Over the last 30 years I’ve enjoyed working in Agriculture, Graphic Design and Publishing in the Sacramento Valley. It is an area of California with an abundance to see and enjoy, especially here in the Butte County area.Working for Lundberg Family F...

New Agricultural Water Use Report provides invaluable information

Nov 29, 2011
New Agricultural Water Use Report provides invaluable information

By Tim Johnson, California Rice Commission President & CEOIt’s not often that a report on water use in agriculture gets it right. I can't remember a report that ever got it right twice. The recent report “Agricultural Water Use in California - ...

Conservation takes flight

Nov 21, 2011

By Mark BiddlecombDucks Unlimited, Inc.’s (DU) mission is to conserve, restore and manage wetlands and associated habitats for North America’s waterfowl. It’s DU’s vision to have wetlands sufficient to fill the skies with waterfowl today, tomo...

Fish Screen helps Sacramento River Salmon

Nov 12, 2011

Watermaster Pat Kennedy of the Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District provides information on their 1,100 foot long fish screen and describes how it helps Sacramento River salmon.

California Rice Field Trip

Nov 1, 2011

Students from Richvale School visited with family farmer Josh Sheppard during his harvest near Chico.

History that spans cultures

Oct 31, 2011
History that spans cultures

By Tim Johnson, California Rice Commission President & CEOOften history is seen as a single thread. Past events are translated as something belonging only to one people or associated with a single place. As a result, book titles like “American Hi...

Rice Works in California

Oct 24, 2011
Rice Works in California

By Val Dolcini, State Executive Director USDA Farm Service Agency – CaliforniaAs the fall harvest continues for California’s 2,500 family rice farmers, let me say thanks to this important industry. These are the men and women whose businesses and ...

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