With harvest time across California, many of the state’s once-robust crops – from the grapes that make world-famous wines to popular almonds – are anticipated to be smaller than usual this year due to the state’s historic drought.
Gardener Paul Trudeau isn’t harvesting vegetables on some remote farm down a dusty road off of Interstate 5, he’s doing it in the middle of Sacramento on his urban farm.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced $9.7 million in new drought aid for rural Californians.
Report says California’s drought will cost the state’s agricultural economy an estimated $1.7 billion this year and leave about 14,500 farmworkers without jobs.
Political and environmental pressures intersect in water crisis.
Emily, along with Edward Silva and Lorena Galvan, will be in Berlin on Wednesday to compete in the Thought For Food Challenge. They’re one of just five groups in the world picked to come up with clever and efficient ways to feed people.
California’s agricultural production has reached another record high.
A recent Employment Development Department report reflects growth in Sacramento employment within several sectors related to green operations.
A few drops of unwelcome and unexpected rain on a gloomy June day is bad news for Katie Kelly’s peaches and nectarines.
Hitching health and greener planet hopes to the local food movement? You may want to reconsider.
The mayor, standing with dozens of local chefs at the downtown farmers market, announced Sacramento’s new national identity Wednesday.