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05/26/17

Recreational marijuana won't be legal in California until next year, but a few miles north of the border in Oregon, a handful of winemakers are experimenting with pot in hopes of increasing their appeal among young consumers and in niche markets.

05/26/17

Idaho groundwater users have purchased copies of a book by former Idaho Supreme Court Justice Jim Jones on the historic Swan Falls Agreement to give to state lawmakers and libraries.

05/26/17

Though more amusing than the usual wine-accessory pitches I get regularly - stain remover! plastic beach glasses! the next game-changing app! - I simply ignored the first couple of emails from a publicist advertising a vial full of crystals that was supposed to make your wine smoother. The Vino Vial was the latest product from a German company called VitaJuwel, whose founder, Ewald Eisen, believes that certain crystals can make water healthier.

05/26/17

The worst drought in a century in the Western Cape has led to a large field of 'ghost vines' reappearing as the dam water that once covered them recedes.

05/26/17

What do wine marketers aimed at the premium and luxury end of the wine market need to do to invite the Millennials in?

05/26/17

That's according to a new study published by the Trade Policy Observatory, which also found that wine prices in Britain are likely to be 22% higher by the middle of the next decade.

05/26/17

On the eve of her parents' trial in China, Amy Chang wants to know Canadian officials haven't forgotten about them.

05/26/17

The Spokane Region is home to more than 20 wineries, and Washington state, with more than 900 wineries, is now the second largest wine producing region in the U.S.

05/26/17

"When I came to Texas Tech in 2001 there were 46 wineries in the state, and now there are over 400."

05/26/17

Region is now home to more than 20 local wineries

05/26/17

To anyone who's uncorked a bottle to reach the mystery within, it's not such a stretch to imagine that the sensory skills that go into evaluating a fine wine might be brought to bear on unraveling a crime.

05/26/17

University hiring priorities for farm advisors questioned by California farmers as industry loses important row and field crop entomologists to retirement

05/26/17

Matthew Ciancio, 42, crashed Wednesday afternoon after undertaking a jump with the Lodi Parachute Center, about 30 miles south (48 kilometers) from Sacramento

05/26/17

Why sell a wine glass with a logo when you can sell a glass made from your own grapes?

05/26/17

The Obamas spent some time in Italy this week having a grand time. According to Divini Corrieri, the former President and First Lady had a customized wine tasting of nine wines, coordinated by Filippo Bartolotta, a renowned Tuscan food and wine tour coordinator. Bartolotta reportedly worked day in and day out customizing the list, which remained a complete secret until three days prior to the couple's arrival.

05/26/17

While media attention in Washington focused on Russia and the FBI, grassroots advocacy continued-including by a delegation of leaders representing the California Farm Bureau Federation. County Farm Bureau leaders and the 2017 Leadership Farm Bureau class met with members of Congress and agency officials in the nation's capital last week, advocating for immigration reform, fair trade, long-term water storage and other priorities

05/26/17

Many producers have expressed hope that the Trump Administration will bring relief to an agriculture industry struggling to survive after farm prices declined as imports of competitively produced items surged. While fruit and vegetable growers have a sense of hope, many other agricultural sectors fear the changes that may take place if the administration goes back to the drawing board on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

05/26/17

Federal authorities are charging John Duarte of Modesto for not obtaining permits to discharge dredged or fill material into seasonal wetlands that are considered waters of the United States, the Redding Record Searchlight reported this week.

05/26/17

When President Trump signed an executive order in February to review President Obama's "Waters of the United States" rule, Hughson farmer John Duarte finally felt like the government's case against him could be, well, plowed under

05/26/17

The owner of a Michigan restaurant said U.S. immigration agents who were conducting enforcement at the business ate breakfast - and complimented the chef - before arresting three workers, according to media reports on Thursday.

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