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The year promises specialized trainings, hands-on experiences and accelerated knowledge and growth for 18 aspiring leaders of the California Almond industry.  Last month, Almond Board of California…
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Last month, more than 3,900 industry members gathered in Sacramento for the 45th annual Almond Conference. The impressive crowd pushed attendance to a new record in Almond Board of California (ABC)…
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Mike Story knows sports and can tell you how to use the Pythagorean theorem. So how does a former math and P.E. teacher who grew up around cattle ranching find himself managing 119 acres of almond…
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From left: Kent Stenderup (vice chair, ABC), Tony Campos (award recipient), Mike Mason (chairman, ABC) and Richard Waycott (president and CEO, ABC)  Tony Campos, Campos Brothers Farms, accepted the…
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New for 2017, Growing Good is an annual publication that is meant to show what sustainability means to the California Almond industry, highlighting our commitment to stewardship and journey of…
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The Almond Almanac is the Almond Board of California’s annual report and outlines industry statistics, programs and projects. Published on a crop-year basis (August 1 to July 31), the Almond Almanac…
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Living and working on a conserved farm This guest column was prepared by Melanee Cottrill, Associate Director, Central Valley Farmland Trust (CVFT). CVFT works with landowners and conservation…
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“At the end of the long season, unfortunately there is plenty to, do,” he says. “The days are getting shorter, everybody’s tired, it’s been a long season, but there are things that are really…
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Rob Willmott, Fresno State's orchard manager, saw an immediate savings in time and chemicals used with technology he learned about at this year's World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif. Willmott, a 2013…
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Efficiency is key to ensure all post-harvest irrigation tactics are complete before the end of the season. When reviewing your post-harvest nutrition budget with your agronomist or pest control…
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