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The California Almond Community Partners for the Future

The success of the California Almond community relies upon many people in many different roles. From almond farmers and processors, to equipment manufacturers and environmentalists, all contribute to a sustainable future for California Almonds. Working in partnerships fuels the industry to move forward. During the... Read more »

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 »

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 »

Society of Environmental Journalists Tours Almond Orchard

During this month’s Society of Environmental Journalists Conference, Almond Board staff and almond grower Daniel Bays hosted several attendees on a tour of Bays’ almond orchard in Westley, CA. Daniel is the third generation of his family to operate the Bays Ranch after moving to the Central Valley in 1957 from Ventura... Read more »

Almond Industry is Leader in Sustainable Farming and Groundwater Research

Farming has been a family business for ages, and California’s many multigenerational almond farms are no different. Farmers want to pass their land and legacy on to their children and grandchildren, and in order to ensure that productive farms are left to pass on when that day comes, almond farmers in the Central... Read more »

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