Study shows link between ag labor shortage and inflation

State agricultural groups and U.S. Representatives are urging Congress to pass ag labor workforce changes in order to combat inflation. At a July 1... more »

OTA gives administration progress report on advancement of organic ag

Two years into President Joe Biden's presidency, we assess how well the Biden-Harris administration has lived up to its campaign promises on climate a... more »

Water curtailment likely to continue for California’s Russian River

Due to ongoing drought and a limited water supply, farmers and ranchers in Mendocino and Sonoma counties, California, are awaiting adoption of... more »

Nominations open for California organic advisory committee

The California Department of Food and Agriculture is seeking nominations to fill eight vacancies on the California Organic Products Advisory Committee... more »

Illegal trash dumping on farms addressed in California legislation

Illegal dumping on private lands in rural communities is an issue that has plagued farmers and ranchers for many years. Old mattresses, sofas, appl... more »

Pumping of groundwater in Siskiyou County, California, addressed

Irrigators in Siskiyou County have won a court ruling to temporarily block a state water curtailment order that would have prevented area farmers and ... more »

Local California water agencies to boost conservation measures

Following the driest first three months of a year in the state‚Äôs recorded history, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced March 29 he is taking seve... more »

USDA amends national list for organic crops and handling

On March 23, the USDA published a final rule in the Federal Register to amend the National List for crops and handling based on public input and Octob... more »

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