Introducing the 2016 Annual Almanac Report

Almond Board of California is proud to announce the official release of the 2016 Almond Almanac, our annual year-end report. With the most up-to-date facts and figures, comprehensive historical information about almond production, acreage and program overviews, this report provides a comprehensive and visual story of... Read more »

Collaborating to Make Water Sustainability a California Reality

Almond Board of California was pleased to join the CEO Water Mandate , the California Water Action Collaborative (CWAC), and other organizations from across government, the private sector, and civil society, for a two-day working summit earlier this month to develop a collective vision for water stewardship in... Read more »

Feel Good About Making Almonds Your Snack of Choice

You can’t deny that almonds are a great snack. They taste great, whether you like them natural, roasted or flavored. They’re healthy – a one-ounce handful provides half your daily needs for vitamin E, is a significant source of magnesium and riboflavin, and is full of naturally good fats. They’re easy to carry around... Read more »

How long is an almond orchard productive?

This post was written by Kern County almond farmer Jenny Holtermann and originally appeared on her blog, You Say All-mend, I Say Am-end on Sept. 15, 2016. Jenny discusses the life cycle of almond trees, comparing the need to pull out a 28-year-old orchard nearing the end of its productive life while at the same time... Read more »

Pollinators and Farmer Win Big with Blooming Buffet for Bees

Did you know that without bees and other pollinators like them, almonds – along with many of our other favorite foods – simply wouldn't exist? It’s true . Lakhy Sran, partner and second-generation farmer at the Fresno County-based Sran Family Orchards , knows how important a healthy bee population is to almonds and... Read more »

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