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SEEAG Receives Grant From Reiter Affiliated Companies

SEEAG Receives Grant From Reiter Affiliated Companies

Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG), a nonprofit organization that helps young students understand and appreciate the origins of their food, has received a $5,000 grant from Reiter Affiliated Companies (RAC). The grant funds will help SEEAG expand its education efforts through its Journey of Our Food school programs and its annual Ventura County Farm […]

This Farm Is Crusading To Save Big Ag

This Farm Is Crusading To Save Big Ag

On the windswept plains of Indiana, viagra a gang of dairy farmers are trying to save modern agriculture from the forces of ignorance. Dairy Adventure at Fair Oaks Farm is an unusual tourist attraction, for sale to say the least. Built on the site of a vast dairy farming operation in rural Indiana, Dairy Adventure […]

Farmers Blast Gov. Jerry Brown’s Dairy Farm Killing Legislation

Farmers Blast Gov. Jerry Brown’s Dairy Farm Killing Legislation

California farmers claimed Tuesday that a law regulating cow flatulence passed by the state’s Democratic governor could decimate the state’s agricultural industry. The law, which was signed by Gov. Jerry Brown, was passed to help the state fight so-called man-made global warming, but the agricultural industry has come out swinging, arguing it will almost certainly […]

Annual “Art About Agriculture” Continues to Bear Fruit

Annual “Art About Agriculture” Continues to Bear Fruit

November 12, 2016 – February 26, 2017 at the Santa Paula Art Museum The annual “Art About Agriculture,” a homegrown art exhibition rooted to our region’s agrarian heritage, continues to flourish at the Santa Paula Art Museum. Presented by the Ag Art Alliance, this year’s show?the ninth annual?features fresh works by 65 contemporary artists. The […]

Hass avocados from Colombia could be coming to a grocery store near you

Hass avocados from Colombia could be coming to a grocery store near you

WASHINGTON — California’s Hass avocado growers would face new competition, but U.S. consumers could see some slightly lower prices, under a new Agriculture Department proposal to admit imports from Colombia. In its latest market-opening move, the Agriculture Department on Thursday published for public comment the proposal that Colombia’s Hass avocados be admitted into the United […]

SOAR vs. Measure F

SOAR vs. Measure F

What is the difference between Measure C and Measure F and who are the SOAR people?  Who truly is SOAR? Having lived here about ten years I’ve come to witness and see the changes to Ventura County.  Heck I was involved with discussions back in 2002 about CSUCI when I was attending a CSU sister […]

4th Annual Ventura County Farm Day: November 5

4th Annual Ventura County Farm Day: November 5

New Non-Profit Provides Much-Needed Information on Ventura County Agriculture

New Non-Profit Provides Much-Needed Information on Ventura County Agriculture

Farmers do not support Measure C — Measure F is for Farmers!

Farmers do not support  Measure C — Measure F is for Farmers!

No on Measure C VCTA recommends a no vote on Ventura County Measure C . The preferred ballot measure on this subject is Measure F. – Measure C is virtually nothing more than a 30 year extension of the existing SOAR ordinance. It is inconceivable that after 16 years of experience there haven’t been any […]

Register Now Agricultural Water Use Efficiency Education and Funding Event

Register Now Agricultural Water Use Efficiency Education and Funding Event