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How In-Orchard Decisions Can Make a Worldwide Impact Around the world, there is growing momentum around finding ways to reduce, capture and remove carbon from the atmosphere. But, did you know a key…
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Growing Good is an annual Almond Board publication that describes what sustainability means to the California Almond industry, highlighting our commitment to stewardship and journey of continuous…
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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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It’s dusty work, but we’re figuring out how to make the air cleaner (The Modest Bee; UVPD 35,905) –Over the past decade, the Almond Board of California has invested in research to develop practices…
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California almond acreage is at an all-time high — and more almonds means more opportunity for coproduct innovation. The almond industry has always sought beneficial and responsible uses for almond…
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Almonds constitute one of the area’s top crops;and everyone is anxious about the next water shortage and its effects on crops. UC Davis graduate students are looking into how varying amounts of water…
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Research shows that consumers want to learn how almonds are grown — their lifecycle, their journey from orchard to pantry and everything in between. Now, the industry has a new online resource that…
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What does it take to reach millions of almond consumers with pro-industry messages? A whole lot of elbow grease and a little luck. That’s one takeaway from a recent push to tell the world about…
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New this spring, growers and processors have access to an updated and improved California Almond Sustainability Program (CASP) online platform. The platform was optimized to add benefits for users,…
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Why is water sustainability such a high priority when it comes to growing almonds? Over 90 percent of California almond farms are family farms, many owned and operated by multigenerational farmers…