California Agriculture Fact Sheet California Agriculture Fact Sheet California Agriculture Fact Sheet Learn more about the important role California’s farms play in producing food...
Brentwood Kids Care Club is a group of elementary school boys and girls, started by their moms, with the idea to teach their children the...
Water that grows farm products doesn’t stay on the farm. It becomes part of the food we eat and clothing we wear, making consumers the...
Can we afford it?
How can we be sure the money will be well spent for what’s been promised?
How were the priorities for funding chosen?
Will the interests of rural and Northern California communities be protected?
How does the Delta benefit from Proposition One?
What will Proposition One do to help California prepare for climate change?
Which new dams will be built if Proposition One passes?
The Water Quality, Supply and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014 (Proposition One on the Ballot November 4) authorizes $7.12 billion in general obligation bonds for the following
It’s harvest time in much of California, and the signs of drought are almost as abundant
as the fruits and nuts and vegetables
California Needs to Modernize its Water Infrastructure to Grow, Not Shrink, our Agricultural Output. California’s agricultural industry provides jobs and economic activity and plays a crucial role in global food production. But this position is at risk due to the drought and unreliable water infrastructure.
This new fact sheet from the CFWC provides an update on impacts of the 2014 drought. The impacts of the 2014 drought are likely to be much worse than in 2009 – with socio-economic impacts up to 50% more severe.
On May 19, 2014, UC Davis released a preliminary drought economic impacts report that projects 410,000 acres of fallowed farmland, 14,500 job losses and a $1.7 billion hit to California’s agricultural economy.
Click HERE to download a PDF of a fact sheet on Senator Dianne Feinstein’s emergency water supply amendment. The proposed amendment would provide a temporary 40 percent...
Rice is one of California's most important crops, not only as food for human use, but rice also provides habitat and high quality food for wildlife, both native and waterfowl migrating along the Pacific Flyway.
California farms provide important environmental benefits, such as habitat for wildlife and migratory waterfowl.