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.

Web Site: http://californiaricecommission.blogspot.com/


Cultural Exchange

Cultural Exchange

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

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

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

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

Research and Rice- Over 100 Years of Experience

Research and Rice- Over 100 Years of Experience

California Rice Commission Intern Lauren LaGrande visits with those carrying out vital research to keep this industry strong. Read his blog

What’s New at Calrice.org 2015-07-10 05:36:00

What’s New at Calrice.org 2015-07-10 05:36:00

Maui is more than ocean and sunsets. The Rice Commission’s Jim Morris finds out firsthand it’s where California Calrose Rice is king.

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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

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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Expanding Horizons

Expanding Horizons

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

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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