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California Rice Commission
Early August Rice

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

California Rice Commission
Finding Mount Shasta

Finding Mount Shasta

Finding unique and amazing art of California landmarks was one highlight on this Sacramento visit. Read Lauren LaGrande's blog

California Rice Commission
Three things rice farmers are worried about in early August

Three things rice farmers are  worried about in early August

Farming is full of challenges, especially this year. Rice Commission CEO Tim Johnson comments on what’s on every grower’s mind.

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California Rice Commission
Cultural Exchange

Cultural Exchange

Japanese visitors to rice country allow for a great information exchange. Read Lauren LaGrande's blog

California Rice Commission
Cheesy Onion and Rice Casserole

Cheesy Onion and Rice Casserole

Check out this easy to make, sure to please recipe from Julie Cader featuring California Brown Rice. Get the recipe

Foothill Agrarian
At What Price Progress? A Rancher’s Perspective on Placer County’s Regional Sewer-line Project

Jul 23, 2015
At What Price Progress? A Rancher’s Perspective on Placer County’s Regional Sewer-line Project

If you live and/or work on the northwest side of Auburn, California (as we do), you're no doubt aware of the regional sewer line project that's under construction at the moment. This project will allow sewage from our part of Placer County to flow down...

California Rice Commission
True World Cuisine

True World Cuisine

California Rice Intern Lauren LaGrande learns about beloved rice dishes from distinctly different parts of the globe. Read her blog

Foothill Agrarian
Stockmanship Notes: Belief, Attitude and Punching a Clock

Jul 22, 2015

Bud Williams, who taught many people how to use low-stress stockmanship, said that this approach to working livestock requires “belief and the will to do it.”  In other words, low-stress stock handling requires a commitment to learning through experience.  As I’ve written before, learning to work livestock with low-stress techniques is a learning process...

Davis Vanguard
Yamada Figures to Be A Formidable Candidate For Senate

Jul 22, 2015
Yamada Figures to Be A Formidable Candidate For Senate

In 2008, then-Yolo County Supervisor Mariko Yamada faced long odds in the battle for the open Assembly Seat against West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon. No one gave her much of a chance, and yet, at the end of a hotly contested and contentious battle, she prevailed in a vote that was not even particularly...

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California Rice Commission
Wood Carvers immortalize Rice Wildlife

Wood Carvers immortalize Rice Wildlife

Amazing art of California Rice Birds from carvers carrying on long tradition. Paul Buttner has more. Read more

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