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.
She was trying to save a school; instead she lost her life savings in the process.
Gathering inspiration from the bounty of vineyards, orchards and flowering fields in the Central Valley and Sierra Foothills is easy. However, painting, sketching or taking photos where inspiration strikes is not.
California’s billion-dollar citrus crop is safe for another day after a predicted deep freeze failed to bring temperatures down far enough to cause damage.