These two women made a huge impact

By David Strecker, SJFB President Farming is like any other job, only you clock in at age 5 and never clock out. This came across my Facebook newsfeed a few […]

Backups at ports cause export concerns

By Vicky Boyd Congestion at West Coast ports, hit-and-miss ship arrivals and a lack of shipping containers have conspired to create logistical nightmares for San Joaquin County grower-packer-shippers trying to […]

Growers warned about potential water shortages

By Vicky Boyd The California Water Resources Control Board in a March 22 letter warned roughly 40,000 water rights holders of potential water shortages this summer due to continued dry […]

Prop. 19 is bad for agriculture

By Craig W. Anderson Farm advocates see Proposition 19 as bad news for agriculture. The full name of the proposition is “The Home Protection for Seniors, Severely Disabled, Families and […]

Cash Coverage for Medical Emergencies- Keenan Direct

Personal Accident Insurance Plan Protect Your Wages with Accident Disability Coverage. When unable to work, the last thing you want to think about is money. Accident Disability coverage through Emergency Management Alliance […]

“Until the Last Drop” MID Documentary

Feature-length documentary explores the past, present and uncertain future of San Joaquin Valley rivers and water supplies Web site – www.mid.org/lastdrop YouTube – Until the Last Drop | California Water Documentary – […]

COVID-19 Updates

SJC COVID Vaccine Distribution Those employed in Food and Agriculture are “Frontline Essential Workers” and fall into Phase 1B.San Joaquin County distribution schedules Those employed in Food and Agriculture are […]