Supporting the California rice industry and waterfowl habit are these Californians, from left: Jon Munger, Montna Farms, Dingville; Paul Buttner, California Rice Commission, Sacramento; plus the Natural Resources Conservation Service’s Tim Hermansen of Colusa, Anita Brown of Davis, Alan Atkins of Yuba City, and David Sanden of Red Bluff.
Tim Hermansen of NRCS, left, and Jon Munger, Montna Farms, check out the waterbird habitat on the Montna rice farm in Dingville, Calif.
Jon Munger says NRCS’ Waterbird Habitat Enhancement Program is a win-win for the rice industry and waterfowl.
Black-necked stilts near Elverta, Calif. Photo by Leslie Morris, California Rice Commission.
A tundra swan whoops it up in a rice field near Nelson in Butte County, Calif. Photo by Leslie Morris, California Rice Commission.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service's Wildlife Habitat Enhancement Program helps California rice growers improve farm management practices to create an improved habitat for waterbirds.
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