agriculture

California Rice Commission
Concern for the Pacific Flyway

Wildlife Manager Dan Frisk comments on concern for adequate bird habitat during the upcoming migration through our area. 

California Rice Commission
Rutabaga, Rice and Corn Bake

Rutabaga, Rice and Corn Bake

Hearty, healthy and tasty combination in this recipe from the Rice Commission’s Julie Cader.

Get her recipe

California Rice Commission
Looking at Sites through a Different Lens

Looking at Sites through a Different Lens

Drought has brought idle ground throughout the Sacramento Valley and brings the need for additional water storage into clear focus.

Read Lauren LaGrande’s Blog

California Rice Commission
The Future of Wildlife Conservation: Our Kids!

The Future of Wildlife  Conservation:  Our Kids!

Appreciating your natural world is even more meaningful when your son embraces it. The Rice Commission’s Paul Buttner shares this rewarding experience.

Read his blog

California Rice Commission
A New Way to view the World

A New Way to view the World

Drones have interesting potential for rice farmers. The Rice Commission’s Jim Morris visits with grower Michael Bosworth to find out more.

Read his blog

Foothill Agrarian
Signs of Stress

Aug 13, 2015

This was originally posted on the Sierra Foothill Research and Extension Center blog.Signs of Stress

Foothill Agrarian
Ranching and Nature

Aug 11, 2015
Ranching and Nature

I just finished an interesting book entitled Cod, by Mark Kurlansky.  The last paragraph in the book raises some interesting questions about our relationship with nature; questions that also have relevance to my own work as a rancher, I think:
“There is a big difference between living in a society...

California Rice Commission
2 things Rice Farmers do with water after they grow your Sushi Rice!

2 things Rice Farmers do with  water after they grow your Sushi Rice!

Water used to grow rice provides big benefits to fish and fowl. Rice Commission CEO Tim Johnson explains. Read his blog

Davis Vanguard
DJUSD Looks to Its Own Innovation

Aug 8, 2015
DJUSD Looks to Its Own Innovation

The school district is in the process of creating an advisory team for Career Technical Education (CTE) and Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) curriculum. As Superintendent Winfred Roberson explained on Thursday, “Part of the mission of DJUSD is that we would be a leading center of educational innovation.” He sees CTE and STEM...

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California Rice Commission
Early August Rice

Grower Charley Mathews Jr. updates the rice crop in Yuba County.

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