California Rice Commission

California Rice Commission The California RIce Commission aims to educate all Californians on the valuable role rice plays in our state's environment, economy, culture and cuisine.

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More efficient and far more sacrifice than you’d believe

More efficient and far more  sacrifice than you’d believe

The Sacramento Valley is greening up for the season, but the Rice Commission’s Tim Johnson says looks can be deceiving.

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20 Species in 15 Minutes

20 Species in 15 Minutes

A short walk on this nature trail provides a plethora of creatures to view. Find out more

Magic Rice Flour

Magic Rice Flour

The Rice Commission’s Julie Cader shows an easy way to make your own rice flour.

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Finding Governor Brown

Finding Governor Brown

A field trip to Colusa County netted the Rice Commission’s Jim Morris much more - a visit with Governor Jerry Brown.

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Lions, Tigers and Farms, Oh my!

Lions, Tigers and Farms, Oh my!

Rice Commission CEO Tim Johnson dispels commonly-used myths about farm water use. Read his blog

One bird greeting committee

A singing Western Meadowlark takes center stage in this melodic video from the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge. 

The dichotomy of spring

The dichotomy of spring

There’s great beauty in rice country but huge challenges await. The CRC's Jim Morris writes about the changes coming from the drought.

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Point Blue Conservation Science turns 50

Point Blue Conservation Science turns 50

A milestone for a key conservation partner for California Rice. The CRC’s Paul Buttner has more.

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Hope

Hope

The drought is taking a toll but hope remains. More from the Rice Commission’s Jim Morris.

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Water sales not a windfall but will help the farm and allow for investments in the future

Water sales not a windfall but will help the farm and allow  for investments in the future

The Rice Commission’s Tim Johnson comments on potential water sales in our region.

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