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Want to know how the California Almond community is leading the charge for sustainable farming? We interviewed several research partners, the farmers they cooperate with and industry leaders to get a better understanding of ongoing work supporting this goal. To learn more visit www.almonds.com/sustainability.
We interviewed Nick Gatzman, farm manager for Travaille & Phippen, to talk about the importance of honey bees in the almond orchard.
For more information on the mutually beneficial relationship between almonds and honey bees, visit almonds.com.
We interviewed Nick Gatzman, farm manager for Travaille & Phippen, here he talks about why almond orchards are an important first stop for honey bees after a long winter.
For more information on the mutually beneficial relationship between almonds and honey bees, visit Almonds.com.
Almond growers who participate in the California Almond Sustainability Program help the almond industry by providing the data to demonstrate that almond growers and processors are good stewards of the land and are considerate of neighbors and the consuming public.
Why do we snack? Hunger? Taste? Because we have nothing better to do? California Almonds offer a one-of-a-kind crunch that will keep you in the game for a long time to come, whether you're getting ready to hit the road, in need of a mid-afternoon boost or just preparing for the next task at hand. There's power in the crunch of almonds. Crunch On. http://www.almonds.com/crunchon
The Almond Board of California offers a one-year leadership program that encourages individuals in the almond industry to participate in leadership training and take a leadership role in the future of the California Almond industry. Learn more: http://www.almonds.com/growers/programs-and-events/almond-leadership-program