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Two Central Valley grape industry leaders praised for decades of service and work in the wine grape industry.


oth helped shape an industry in the Central Valley that continues transformation into more than a region known just for raisins


Four years of drought and heavy reliance on pumping of groundwater have made the land sink faster than ever up and down the Central Valley, requiring repairs to infrastructure that experts say are costing billions of dollars.


Max Gomberg of the State Water Resources Control Board said Monday that inland communities in hot regions and those that use new sources, such as recycled water and new desalination plants, could be eligible for lowered conservation requirements.


Some growers see almonds as an alternative to declining Valley grape prices


The Clovis winery, long abandoned and starting to collapse, has been condemned by city officials who plan to demolish it and dream of sports fields and new businesses rising in its footprint


Wine grape growers in California's San Joaquin Valley are learning a tough economics lesson the hard way, causing them to pull out vines, turn to other crops, sellout, or retire. They are learning that the wines their grapes have produced for years are now in low demand, and the price wineries pay, if they buy their grapes at all, doesn't cover their cost of production.


Repeated message among industry leaders: there's opportunities in San Joaquin Valley wine grapes


Once again, E.&J. Gallo Winery will raise money for anti-hunger efforts through a gala on the night before the Super Bowl. And this time, it's close to its Modesto home.


Peter Cousins, who breeds grapes for E.&J. Gallo Winery, will speak Friday night on the science behind the fruit


Twenty-four individuals have been selected for Class 46 of the California Agricultural Leadership Program, an advanced leadership development experience for emerging agricultural leaders. The new fellows were recently inaugurated at Fresno State.


The university's president, Joseph Castro, and Dr. Vince Petrucci, a Fresno State professor and the founder of the school's viticulture and enology programs, will receive the award at a special presentation to be held Friday at 10:30 a.m. at the Fresno State Viticulture & Enology Research Center, which is located on campus at 2360 E. Barstow Ave


Two months after starting to pick his 2015 wine grape crop on Aug. 10, Madera County grower Carson Smith, was expecting to complete harvesting his remaining French Colombard by the last week of October.


The decline in production as the vines recoup from the larger-than-usual crops of the last two or three seasons isn't a surprise ...


California walnut growers are entering the final stages of their harvest. Prices are expected to drop significantly this season because of a variety of factors.


Critics question lack of public discussion or vote in Oakdale before OID sealed multimillion-dollar deal Supporters defend collaboration with outside buyers, and state and federal agencies


A flash flood warning was in effect until 7 p.m. Sunday night for northwestern Solano County and southwestern Yolo County, National Weather Service officials in Sacramento said


Farmers dealt with the shortage by boosting groundwater use, fallowing some of their lower-value crops and making a priority of higher-value almonds and other permanent plantings. Even in the orchards, some trees were stressed


Federal contractors will know in February if they will receive CVP water in 2016


State crews are removing a temporary rockl barrier in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta that was installed this summer to prevent saltwater from intruding from San Francisco Bay.

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