Category: Food security

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Exports, Food security, Management, Media, Policy, Trade

Farmworkers are now deemed essential. But are they protected?

Commodities & markets, Food security, Management, Media

COVID-19 And Food: California Should Have Enough, Some Farms Struggle While Others Thrive, Farmworker Fears

Commodities & markets, Costs & returns, Exports, Food security, Management, Trade, Wine & winegrapes

Coronavirus and the Farm Economy

Commodities & markets, Food security, Management, Media, Wine & winegrapes

Virus’ long-term impact will be mixed for ag, economist says

Commodities & markets, Exports, Food security, International issues, Media

Will virus alter demand for farm goods?

Exports, Food security, International issues, Media

Plant-based milk sales boom as traditional milk processing plants file for bankruptcy

Conservation & sustainability, Food security, Management, Media

Five of the past six years have been the warmest in Bakersfield’s recorded history

Commodities & markets, Food security, Policy, Trade

State Board of Food and Agriculture To Hear Update On California’s Agricultural Future From AIC

Commodities & markets, Food security, Media, Policy

IC postdoc Pablo Valdes-Donoso published a study that measures the production losses from Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) in US sow farms in Suis Magazine, a swine producers-oriented magazine of Spain

Commodities & markets, Conservation & sustainability, Food security, International issues, Media

Farmers look to adapt to climate change

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