California Farm Bureau Federation President Paul Wenger tells delegates at the 98th Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in Monterey that they have the ability to change their future, if they commit the time and resources to the effort.
Photo/Christine Souza
California Farm Bureau Federation President Paul Wenger addresses a packed auditorium Monday at the 98th Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in Monterey.
Photo/Christine Souza
Wenger says farmers ‘can change our future’
In his address to a packed auditorium at the 98th California Farm Bureau Federation Annual Meeting in Monterey, CFBF President Paul Wenger emphasized the importance of unity in agriculture. Read more...

Speakers say river-flow plan should be revised
Central to the ongoing tug of war about how best to balance California water uses is a plan by the State Water Resources Control Board to leave more water in the main tributaries of the San Joaquin River during periods it considers key for at-risk native species. Opponents of the plan—those in agriculture who say it goes too far, and environmental and fisheries groups that say it doesn't go far enough—appeared before the board in Sacramento, at the first of five public hearings. Read more...

Commentary: Ag Unite, Farm Bureau keep your farm in the fight
It's the time of year when many of us look back to what has happened in the past year, and look ahead to what to expect in the year to come. Read more...

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