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As one says, "It's not going to be free to win this war, but it may be worth it."


Since its inception in 1996 by Veronafiere, the prestigious International Award has been presented to companies and outstanding personalities who are distinguished for their work in the international wine world. While Gallo of Sonoma has received the Premio Gran Vinitaly Award three times (1998, 2001, and 2002), this is the first time E. & J. Gallo Winery has received the International Award


Fernandez Perez is being held without bail on a first-degree murder charge and authorities say there is still at least one more suspect outstanding who has not yet been identified. "He was one of a kind and extremely proud of him, he was a kind and gentle person who loved his family and wanted the best for his employees. He loved to see things grow. He was very loved."


With reservoirs at or above average storage levels and the Sierra Nevada snowpack improved by storms in March and early April, farmers await word from federal and state water agencies about whether water allocations might improve.


Central San Joaquin Valley farmers are hoping negotiations between the U.S. and China can head off the potential economic effects of new tariffs imposed by China on a wide range of agricultural products imported from California.


Joe Carrari distinguished himself as one of the most innovative winemakers on the Central Coast, following in the foot steps of his immigrant father, he was able to successfully navigate the ever changing wine industry.


"His extraordinary work transformed the lives of thousands of students at Fresno State and influenced an entire grape-growing and winemaking industry"


By a 3-2 vote (the no votes were cast by Kathy Miller and Chuck Winn), supervisors did pass a motion to begin considering changes to current regulations for parking and maximum attendance at winery events, and how late at night wineries will be allowed to use outdoor amplified audio


The California State University Trustees approved Tuesday the naming of the Vincent E. Petrucci Viticulture Building at Fresno State, in honor of the late professor emeritus of viticulture. The action item was approved by the Committee on Institutional Advancement


The Outlook 2018 Agribusiness Conference will be held Thursday, March 22nd at the Visalia Convention Center


"Just the fact that we're in the room is a big deal, whether we're meeting with the senator or Assembly members themselves, or just with their legislative aides or staff members," said Vanessa Alexandre, whose family runs a dairy north of Crescent City in Del Norte County. The goal, she added, was "trying to pinpoint the three, four, five biggest issues that we as Farm Bureau in California are facing and how they can work with us, parties aside."


The question is this: Will the ongoing dispute about immigration enforcement between the federal government and the state of California-and the media coverage of the dispute-discourage immigrant farm employees from reporting to work in fields and orchards?


Just how much of California's almond crop was killed by freezing temperatures won't be known for at least a month


As the immigration debate continues in Washington and Sacramento, agricultural employers find themselves walking a legal tightrope between the two capitals.


International Agri-Center to hold its 51st World Ag Expo farm show on Feb. 13-15


Understanding yield change, trends and more.


A pair of scientists assert California officials and researchers should get more input from farmers


Depth-to-groundwater in parts of the Central Valley have returned to levels not seen since surface water deliveries were first made


Instead of two tunnels, each 40 feet high and 35 miles long, Brown's Department of Water Resources has been negotiating with major California water agencies in recent weeks on a revised plan to build just one tunnel at slightly more than half the cost of the original project.


Canal skirts buckled, bridges failed, and homes started sprouting cracks, but the hope was that last year's big winter might deliver some help. And in this immediate area, last winter did, make a difference.

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