Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Tulare) has been selected to be the next chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. Nunes replaces Michigan Rep. Mike Rogers who is retiring. Rep. Nunes will now be taking a lead role in setting the budget and authorizing activities for the intelligence community, comprised of more than a dozen...
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Tulare) has been selected to be the next chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. Nunes replaces Michigan Rep. Mike Rogers who is retiring. Rep. Nunes will now be taking a lead role in setting the budget and authorizing activities for the intelligence community, comprised of more than a dozen...
Rep. Mike Conaway (R-TX) has been selected to be the 50 th Chairman of the House Committee on Agriculture when the new session begins in January. Rep. Conaway has served in the House for ten years. He will replace Rep. Frank Lucas (R-OK) who steps down due to a GOP policy limiting chairmanships to six years. Rep...
The Almond Board of California Leadership Program is a one-year training that offers opportunities for professional and personal growth for young leaders in the industry. After completing the program, graduates are ready to shape the future as leaders in the California Almond industry. As part of their experience in...
With winter quickly approaching, it is important to spend time santizating your orchard, which is key to combat navel orange worms.
Harvest may be done for the year, but that doesn't mean you should stop monitoring your orchard for the year.
The 2014 Almond Conference is almost here, and there are more reasons than ever to participate.
The University of California Sustainable Agriculture Research Education Program will offer a free online discussion forum on Nutrient Management Solutions for almonds available Nov. 17 through Nov. 30, 2014.
California produces one half of the nation’s fruits, nuts and vegetables, yet in our state of bounty, one in four children and one in six adults regularly go hungry.
A couple of months ago I held a meeting with the editorial board of our local newspaper in Modesto, the Modesto Bee. Over lunch we had a great exchange on what the Almond Board is (and isn’t) and in what activities the Almond Board can involve itself (and in what activities it cannot).

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