Demand for olive oil spurs spike in California production.
The Huntington Library's 15-acre project, featuring vegetable gardens and orchards, is part of a larger endeavor focused on the best way to grow food in a city setting.
Far reaching effects of nitrogen fertilizer runoff
The American Farmland Trust highlights the bright spots of California agriculture in 2010.
CFBF's latest news reports the start of the winter growing season, strong strawberry production
Improving existing programs for young and beginning farmers is essential to ensuring U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack's goal of 100,000 new farmers.
Former USDA Deputy Secretary, Rich Rominger, on why the agriculture industry must adapt to climate change.
Almond growers and other tree fruit farmers in Central and Northern California are bracing for possible crop damage this weekend as unusually cold temperatures gripped the state and set low-temperature records.
Ana Catalán is applying her skills learned at the Agriculture and Land-Based Training Association (ALBA) to run a successful organic farm. Learn more about her story.
On Sept. 22 the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) hosted four "Food Dialogues" in major agricultural production and policy areas to, in their own words, answer consumers' questions and have an open discussion about American production agriculture and the future of food.