Posts by Todd Fitchette

Shasta Lake levels are much higher than in 1977.
in Farm Press Blog Jun 11, 2015

In spite of drought, California agriculture perseveres

Shasta Lake had much less water in it by this time in 1977 and still farmers on the Central Valley Project had irrigation water deliveries....More
Shasta Lake water levels continue to fall
in Farm Press Blog Jun 07, 2015

Is environmental activism speeding up extinctions?

Could environmental activism be speeding up extinctions?....More
Agricultural expositions highlight inextricable connection Ag has with economy
in Farm Press Blog Jun 01, 2015

The inextricable connection between jobs and Ag

Studies are beginning to show how inextricably linked jobs and agriculture are in California....More
World-class agricultural research under our noses
in Farm Press Blog May 26, 2015

When world-class research plays second fiddle

If agricultural truths do not resonate with consumers, what are farmers doing to find a better messenger?....More
California dairy industry pumps $65 billion through economy
in Farm Press Blog May 19, 2015

UC report: Dairy still the cream of California crops

California dairy industry pumps more than $21 billion through state's economy in value-added products....More
California State Capitol
in Farm Press Blog May 14, 2015

Is Sacramento short-sighted over sustainable water

California still focused on short-term fixes to long-term water problems....More
Agricultural job opportunities look promising
in Farm Press Blog May 13, 2015

Job options ripe for agricultural graduates

Report suggests job opportunities for agriculture, science, technology, engineering and mathematics continue to remain positive....More
Range cattle on Oakdale Irrigation District
in Farm Press Blog May 07, 2015

Water starts fire at Oakdale Irrigation District meeting

Water discussions turn heated and personal at Oakdale Irrigation District meeting....More
Jordan River in Israel
in Farm Press Blog May 04, 2015

Desalination makes desert nation water-independent

Desalination turns desert nation into net water exporter....More
California thunderstorm
in Farm Press Blog Apr 29, 2015

What does continued El Nino mean for US weather?

Will a strengthening El Nino mean early autumn rains and enhanced storm track into California?....More
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