Todd Fitchette

Associate Editor,
Western Farm Press

Todd Fitchette, associate editor with Western Farm Press, spent much of his journalism career covering agriculture in California and the western United States. Aside from reporting about issues related to farm production, environmental regulations and legislative matters, he has extensive experience covering the dairy industry, western water issues and politics. His journalistic experience includes local daily and weekly newspapers, where he was recognized early in his career as an award-winning news photographer.

Fitchette is US Army veteran and a graduate of California State University, Chico. He resides in Tulare, Calif.

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California Association of Pest Control Advisers taps Gary Schulz as next CEO.
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CalASFMRA welcomes Cal Poly students
California rural appraisers welcome Cal Poly students to Pismo Beach gathering
CCM President Joel Nelsen and California Sen. Andy Vidak.
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California Citrus Mutual embarks on 'citrus strong' media campaign
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Almond crop yield falls short of expectations
California almond crop falls short of expectations
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American Pistachio Growers host 2015 annual meeting Feb. 16-18 at Paradise Point San Diego Island Resort
California raisins dry under an intense summer sun
RBA inks deal with raisin packers at $1,775 per ton
Raisin Bargaining Association strikes 2014 price deal with California raisin packers
Tamarixia radiata in glass container.
Second wasp sought for biological control of ACP
Entomologists ready another biological option in the battle of the bugs
Asian citrus psyllid feeing on curry plant
Gallery: University researchers promote bug battle
California lab raises parasitic wasps in battle against the Asian citrus psyllid
California Citrus Mutual rolls out the red carpet
CCM celebrates 37 years with industry premiere
California Citrus Mutual celebrates 37 years as voice of the citrus grower
Paraiso Vineyards finished harvest before Halloween
Fast, furious grape harvest in Santa Lucia Highlands
Santa Lucia Highlands wine grape growers happy with early harvest. Quality looks good.
NRCS program seeks farmers willing to flood fields in California
NRCS seeks farmers willing to flood farm fields
NRCS wants farmers willing to flood fields to help migratory birds along Pacific Flyway
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack tours California
Farm Bill safety-net provisions require careful planning
New Farm Bill programs offer variety of safety net opportunities for California growers
CropLife America President Jay Vroom promotes understanding of agrochemicals
CAPCA speakers: Agriculture needs new message
Professional crop advisors play key role in helping public understand need for agrochemicals
University of California Entomologist Mark Hoddle
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Ten new invasive species appear each year in California. Entomologists say these have wide-spread and costly ramifications.
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