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The inaugural class of the new Fresno State Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology Upper Division Honors Program is starting the spring semester this week with 15 students, the university says


For too Many years, grape growers in the southern San Joaquin Valley haven't had access to local University of California Cooperative Extension farm advisors. Because of budget cuts, the positions were left unfilled.


California residents who can't prove they are in the United States legally will be allowed to obtain driver's licenses under Assembly Bill 60


Joseph S. Franzia, a former Marine captain and co-president of Bronco Wine Co. in Ceres, honored for his efforts in spearheading a collection of toys for children in the Northern San Joaquin Valley


But the association says even if this year does reach average rainfall totals, it still wouldn't make up for the loss from recent drought years.


104,000 jobs depend on the little nut, according to a report from the University of California Agricultural Issues Center


"We are actually working to put aside our differences"


Salvatore Rombi is definitely a hands-on person and that's precisely the way he wants it when it comes to making the merlot and cabernet sauvignon that have made his wines so sought-after by those who love fine wine.


It took about a decade for Walt Whelan to finally fulfill his dream of running his own winery. Recently, the Fresno attorney opened Toca Madera Winery


Drill deeper? Or is there another solution?


Growers in the San Joaquin Valley saw grape prices and winery demand plummet this past harvest, with some growers receiving offers of as little as $200 per ton on the spot market.


in an effort to remind Americans of the people working behind their Thanksgiving meal and show support for President Barack Obama's proposed executive action on immigration reform


After weeks of negotiations, California raisin growers and the industry's packers have agreed on a price for the 2014 crop: $1,775 a ton, an increase of 7.5% over the previous year


After two years of controversy, the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved new rules to guide the county's rapidly growing wine tourism industry into its future.


Jim Costa, a conservative Democrat, was swept out of office Tuesday by Johnny Tacherra, a Republican, based on the final, but unofficial, vote count


Three California water specialists will be among the headline speakers addressing pressing agricultural issues at the 33rd annual Agribusiness Management Conference on Nov. 5 in Fresno.


The library, located in the Viticulture and Enology Research Center on campus, provides resources for students, researchers and professionals in the grape and wine industries


Farmers in Stanislaus County can bring their obsolete and unwanted pesticides to the Stanislaus County Agricultural Commissioner's Office at a free pesticides collection event


As small California wine producer announces closure due to assessment, other wineries question their own programs.


Barring any unexpected glitches, Madera County grower Carson Smith expects to complete his 29th wine grape harvest by about Oct. 10.

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