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03/24/17

Officials from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation say there's sufficient snow in the Sierra Nevada and water in the San Luis Reservoir to eventually raise the water allocation to 80 percent or more.

03/23/17

University president continues quest to build partnerships with the goal to help students and agriculture industry achieve greater success

03/23/17

Alexander Quirici has joined Tonnellerie Ô as our Business Development Specialist, a new position focused on prospects and leads. Alex will be supporting the sales efforts of our oak team in the North Coast, Central Valley, Napa and the Sierra Foothills.

03/23/17

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced its remaining allocations of Central Valley Project water, providing 65 percent of requested supplies to growers on the west side of the San Joaquin Valley.

03/17/17

There's a little part of Yolo County that's home to one of California's most overlooked wine regions

03/08/17

Angelo Papagni, a pioneering wine grape grower in Madera, is among a handful of individuals credited with laying the groundwork for the central San Joaquin Valley's burgeoning wine industry. Mr. Papagni died Feb. 27. He was 95.

03/08/17

Angelo Papagni, a pioneering wine grape grower in Madera, is among a handful of individuals credited with laying the groundwork for the central San Joaquin Valley's burgeoning wine industry. Mr. Papagni died Feb. 27. He was 95

03/08/17

The CVP was able to allocate 100 percent supplies to water users in its Friant Division on the east side of the San Joaquin Valley, and had earlier allocated 100 percent supplies to Sacramento River settlement contractors and San Joaquin River exchange contractors

03/03/17

Since the 1920s, excessive pumping of groundwater at thousands of wells in California's San Joaquin Valley has caused land in sections of the valley to subside, or sink, by as much as 28 feet (8.5 meters). This subsidence is exacerbated during droughts, when farmers rely heavily on groundwater to sustain one of the most productive agricultural regions in the nation

02/22/17

Some lesser-known varieties have significant potential; mechanical pruning may reduce rot

02/21/17

Though most of the Valley had avoided further flooding by Sunday evening, the worst may be yet to come Monday and Tuesday, Bingaman said.

02/02/17

The number of people without health insurance in the region plunged under the healthcare law

01/30/17

The current concern is that row crop use of both 2,4-D and dicamba is expected to increase dramatically in 2017

01/25/17

Agriculture leaders expressed disappointment over President Donald Trump's decision Monday to pull out of a 12-country trade deal that would have boosted exports from San Joaquin Valley farmers

01/20/17

Vicard Generation 7 is pleased to announce Chris Southern has joined the company to handle technical consulting in the central coast and key areas in California.

01/09/17

Since Dr. James Kennedy retired as chair and director of the Department of Viticulture & Enology at California State University (CSU) Fresno, the university and its advisors in the grape and wine industry have conducted an international search for a replacement

01/05/17

The rain is expected to be the greatest over the next 36 hours.

01/04/17

It's not as if people in the industry don't recognize the value of the old vineyards. Perhaps Americans don't prize them as much as other countries, which treasure them. But even consumers are attracted to the wines, which are increasingly being marketed as made from old vines. And with good reason, Passalacqua says.

01/03/17

on Jan. 4, the day of his funeral service

12/22/16

More than 900 people packed a Modesto hearing on boosting river flows Tuesday, most of them determined to stop the state's plan

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