Millions In Federal Tax Dollars Misused By State Water Tunnel ProjectFederal audit found Friday that $84 million in U.S. taxpayer funds were used improperly for planning California water tunnel project.
UC Study: Warming Climate Leading To Farmer Suicides In IndiaA study suggests India will see more such tragedies as climate change brings hotter temperatures that damage crops and exacerbate drought.
California's Booming Almond Crop Hits 1 Million AcresCalifornia's almond boom has hit 1 million acres, covering a total area bigger than the state of Rhode Island.
Heat Wave Leaves Cow Carcasses Piled Up in Central ValleyFresno, Kings and Tulare counties are allowing dairy farmers to bury or compost hundreds of carcasses because a rendering plant is overwhelmed.
New Federal Law Brings Stormy Times To California Fish v. Farms Water FightThe new law dictates that the federal portion of California's water system gives farm districts and human users the biggest possible share.
Big Agriculture Adopting Technology To Increase EfficiencyAgriculture is embracing technology to become more efficient, and startups are interacting with industry leaders to develop the best tools.
Cafe Gratitude, Gracias Madre Owners Upset Vegan Patrons By Slaughtering AnimalsOwners of two premier vegan restaurants in California have angered some patrons after revealing that they have slaughtered animals and eaten meat at their Vacaville farm.
Study: Farms, Hydropower At Risk In West's Changing ClimateClimate change could upset the complex interplay of rain, snow and temperature in the West, hurting food production, the environment and electrical generation at dams, the federal government warned Tuesday.
Farming Project Harvests Hope For Oakland Kids
Despite El Niño Storms, Central Valley Farmers Brace For Continued DroughtFarmers in the San Joaquin Valley are bracing to receive no irrigation water from a federal system of reservoirs and canals for a third consecutive year.
More Drought-Challenged California Winemakers Grow Grapes With Less WaterA growing minority of California growers and winemakers believe that when it comes to wine grapes, the less irrigation, the better.
California Drought Causes Estimated $1.84 Billion Agricultural LossesResearchers from the University of California at Davis looked Tuesday at the likely farm costs of the drought in 2015.