agriculture

California Rice Commission
Water conservation and habitat degradation

Water conservation and habitat degradation

Rice grower Sean Doherty writes about the multiple benefits from water use in the Sacramento Valley. Read his blog

California Rice Commission
More than meets the eye

More than meets the eye

The value of agriculture in the Sacramento Valley extends well beyond tractors and harvesters, explains the Rice Commission’s Jim Morris.

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California Rice Commission
Expanding Horizons

Expanding Horizons

An eventful first week for Rice Commission Intern Lauren LaGrande, including a State Capitol visit. Read her blog

Foothill Agrarian
An Independence Day Plea…

Jul 1, 2015

Wildfire is a constant concern during summer in the foothills.  Please be careful....http://sacramentovalley.org/stories/living-with-wildfire/

Foothill Agrarian
Stockmanship Notes: Correction vs. Punishment

Jun 29, 2015

I spent Saturday morning at the California 4-H Classic Horse Show in Elk Grove watching my youngest daughter, Emma, show her pony.  Emma's good friend Anna showed her horse, Cash.  Without going into great detail, both girls did well - and bo...

California Rice Commission
Clarity at 23,000 feet

Clarity at 23,000 feet

Flying over the Sacramento Valley shows the severe impacts of the ongoing drought, according to the Rice Commission’s Jim Morris.

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California Rice Commission
Domino Effect from Drought

Reduced rice plantings will impact much more than farmers. Dennis Lindberg comments from his farm in Butte County.

California Rice Commission
Nearing the halfway mark for rice

Grower Peter Rystrom comments on progress of this year’s rice crop.

California Rice Commission
California Rice Signs

Rice Experiment Station Director Dr. Kent McKenzie comments on signage going up in Sacramento Valley rice fields.

Foothill Agrarian
Californication

Jun 19, 2015

I can't remember when I first heard the term, "Californication," but I can remember that it came up in a conversation with my uncle Doug, who lives in Walla Walla, Washington.  I'm sure he didn't coin the term, but he did use it correctly: it refe...

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