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.

California snow pack fails to make "normal"
California snow pack falls short of 'average' for March 30
California snowpack falls short of 'average' for March 30
California strawberries.
China could open market to California strawberries
California strawberries could soon be exported to China
Bee deaths reported in California
Honeybee fatalities reported at close of almond bloom 4
Honeybee fatalities reported at close of California almond bloom
Lake Oroville
El Niño boosts SWP water allotment to 45 percent 1
California State Water Project contractors told they'll receive 45 percent of their requested water in 2016
Sites Town Square
Will California regulators vote to build Sites Reservoir?
Will California regulators vote to build Sites Reservoir?
Sites Reservoir proposal being readied for water commission
Could Sites be California's next big reservoir? 1
Joint powers authority ushering Sites Reservoir through political process
Annual citrus showcase draws close to 1,000 people
Annual California Citrus Showcase draws close to 1,000 in Visalia
Texas and Florida citrus industry officials warn California growers about ACP
Citrus growers urged to make ACP 'enemy number one' 4
California citrus industry warned of ravages of Huanglongbing
California table grapes
California table grapes gross record value in 2015
California table grapes gross record value in 2015
Paraquat could be further restricted by the U.S. EPA
EPA proposes further restrictions on paraquat
US EPA proposes action to further restrict how paraquat is used in the United States.
Honeybee on citrus blossom
California enters regulatory period for citrus and bees 1
Regulatory period opens for citrus and bees in California
California oranges ripen under the sun
USDA boosts California ACP survey funding
USDA boosts funding for Asian citrus psyllid surveys in central California.
San Luis Reservoir remains below normal
Feinstein calls for increased pumping during storms 6
Sen. Feinstein wants federal water managers to store more storm runoff
National cotton industry leadership
California Cotton Growers gather for annual meeting
California Cotton Growers Association gathers for annual meeting in Visalia
University of California studies herbicide damage in Roundup Ready alfalfa
California researchers study Roundup Ready alfalfa glyphosate non-tolerance in some cooler areas
Roundup Ready alfalfa shows signs of intolerance to herbicide when applied right before cold weather
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