Proposals to fundamentally change grower requirements, such as reporting nitrogen applications on acreage in the East San Joaquin Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program, will be discussed at an upcoming public workshop.
Each year, California Almond Leadership Program participants select a topic or issue they would like to investigate that provides value or insight for the benefit of the California Almond industry.
California almond growers who demonstrate outstanding stewardship and management of natural resources are eligible to be nominated for the California Leopold Conservation Award. Applications will be accepted through July 8, 2016.
The Almond Hullers and Processors Association (AHPA) has a new vision and a brand new identity that was unveiled in April at the AHPA annual convention.
Proposals to fundamentally change grower requirements, such as reporting nitrogen applications on acreage in the East San Joaquin Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program, will be discussed at two upcoming public workshops.
The Almond Board of California Board (ABC) of Directors, after reviewing programs and budget recommendations resulting from strategic planning over the past year, unanimously agreed in its April board meeting to recommend a budget for Crop Year 2016–17 to include an increase in the assessment from 3 cents per pound to 4 cents for a three-year period.
The elected nominees for the 2016–17 Almond Board of California Board of Directors were seated at the April 12 board meeting. Members who have been re-elected to their position are marked with an asterisk, and members who are new to their specific position, but returning to service on the Board, are marked with the plus sign.
Growers who participate in the California Almond Sustainability1 Program (CASP) help the almond industry by providing the data to educate buyers, regulators and the public that almond growers and handlers follow sustainable practices and are considerate of neighbors and the consuming public. At the same time, it is an opportunity for growers to reflect on the management of their operations.
While the media focus on water usage by almond growers has decreased, the importance of telling our sustainability 1 story continues with an increased focus. Consumers and customers in the United States and around the world want to know the truth about our practices. The Almond Board has a tremendous tool to help tell...
The Almond Board of California (ABC) constantly explores ways that it can help growers become more productive, efficient and sustainable1, while at the same time meeting regulatory requirements.

Pages