Tuesday, April 13, 2021
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California Farm Bureau Supports Reintroduction of Agricultural Immigration Bill

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Press Release Provided by California Farm Bureau Federation Saying it would provide mutual benefit for farmers, ranchers and their employees, the California...

COMMENTARY: Access Rule Violates Farmers’ Constitutional Rights

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By Tony Francois Attorney, Pacific Legal Foundation Reprinted with Permission from California Farm Bureau Federation Farming in California is kind of the Olympics...
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More Farm Employees Receive Vaccinations

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By Kevin Hecteman, Assistant Editor, Ag Alert Reprinted with Permission from California Farm Bureau Federation COVID-19 vaccination efforts have picked up steam in...
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Federal, State Regulatory Changes Impacting Hemp Industry Operators

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By Geoffrey Taylor, MA, Hemp Contributor, Valley Ag Voice With so much excitement surrounding the hemp industry around the country and hemp...

Holloway Agriculture: Humble Beginnings to a California Ag Leader

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Press Release Provided by Holloway Agriculture A soil-first approach: That’s what Holloway Agriculture promises to farmers in the Central California Ag community. H.M....
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Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance Members Testify on Opportunities to Tackle Climate Change

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Press Release Provided by American Farm Bureau Federation Four witnesses representing the Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance’s (FACA) founding organizations and co-chairs...
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The Virtual Benefits of the 2021 World Ag Expo

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By Audrey Hill, Feature Contributor, Valley Ag Voice From February 9th to 11th, exhibitors from all over the country came together through...
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Growers Thrive When We Participate in the Process

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By Jenifer VanAlstein, Feature Contributor, Valley Ag Voice This month, the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) held a series of...
Sign, “Help! Solve The Water Crisis,” posted by a flowering almond orchard, addresses the lack of water for agricultural use–Bakersfield, CA

San Joaquin Valley at a Crossroads

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By Scott Hamilton, President, Hamilton Resource Economics The San Joaquin Valley, its people, its environment, and its economy stand at a crossroads,...
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KCFB President’s Message: Executive Overreach & Curious Levels of Comfortability

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By John Moore, President, Kern County Farm Bureau The pandemic has shifted normal operating procedures in more ways than one. Employees and...
 

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