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Dairy News: Fed Order Bill / Heiskell Buys Out LOL Interest

Dairy News: Fed Order Bill / Heiskell Buys Out LOL Interest

Plan to Help Keep CA Dairies Afloat Gains Traction WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Costa joined fellow Valley Representative David Valadao in introducing legislation that would allow California dairy producers the…

Why the Drakes Bay Oyster Case Matters

Why the Drakes Bay Oyster Case Matters

Paul Wenger. President, California Farm Bureau Last week, the California Farm Bureau Federation, the Marin County Farm Bureau and the Sonoma County Farm Bureau joined in a petition to a…

LA Water & Power Selling Stake In Coal Plants

LA Water & Power Selling Stake In Coal Plants

LOS ANGELES— The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power took historic steps this month towards eliminating coal from LA’s power supply when it announced that representatives of LADWP and…

Ag Beat: Honey / Milk / Goat Milk

Ag Beat: Honey / Milk / Goat Milk

Honey Production Way Down In California Honey production in 2012 from producers with five or more colonies totaled 147 million pounds, down 1 percent from 2011. There were 2.62 million…

New Birth Center Planned for Hanford

New Birth Center Planned for Hanford

HANFORD – Adventist Health announced plans to build a new $40 million Family Birth Center to provide obstetrics and delivery services for Kings County families. The Adventist Health corporate board…

U.S. Solar Market Grows Record 76% in 2012

U.S. Solar Market Grows Record 76% in 2012

WASHINGTON, DC and BOSTON, MA – GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association® (SEIA®) today released U.S. Solar Market Insight: Year-in-Review 2012, the definitive analysis of solar power markets…

Sinking Land Cuts Key Channel Capacity

Sinking Land Cuts Key Channel Capacity

There is a growing ripple effect on the San Joaquin River flow capacity due to vigorous groundwater pumping in one part of the Valley – in Madera County. The land…

Turning Winemaking Waste Into Food Supplements & Flowerpots

Turning Winemaking Waste Into Food Supplements & Flowerpots

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Researchers at Oregon State University have discovered how to turn the pulp from crushed wine grapes into a natural food preservative, biodegradable packaging materials and a nutritional…

Drought Spurs Recycled Wastewater Trade

Drought Spurs Recycled Wastewater Trade

Appears to be another drought year and water is top of the mind. A statewide call for water conservation is prompting some Valley cities to enter a growing market to…

Westlands WD Launches Review Of Mega-Solar Farm

Westlands WD Launches Review Of Mega-Solar Farm

Would Bolster I-5 Transmission Corridors Westlands Water District announced last week they would launch an environmental review of a planned 2400 megawatt solar industrial park on 24,000 acres in their…

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