Archives for Environmental

Ag Rises in the West

New Grassroots Super PAC is launched, gaining momentum. The regulatory persecution of the hard-working men and women who grow the food we eat and fiber for the clothes we wear, has been ongoing by politicians, unelected bureaucrats, and the radical environmental community in California for decades.
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Crop Ag and Animal Ag Working Together

For years now there has been an argument against Animal Agriculture claiming that mankind could eat more efficiently if we took the animals out of the equation and we all ate plant based diets. While this may be a valid concept, it lacks a serious amount of practicality. Animal Agriculture has a very important and efficient role in feeding the
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Why Farm a Desert – Part 2

The whole farming the desert conversation was started by journalists far from the fields. To them it just doesn't make sense. So......they get on their keyboards and write stories about what we do here in the Central Valley of California. But what it really did was expose
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The Farmer, the Rancher, and the Forest

The Forest It took generations of environmental activism and political ineptness to create what we are witnessing this summer in the western United States. Incrementally, knowledgeable people who cared for, nourished and improved the forests where locked out. As a result, the forests became overgrown. Then came the perfect storm. Multiple years of drought. The fuel load became to large
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