SJFB News Archive

Cherry growers cautiously optimistic

By Craig W. Anderson After a pandemic, economic malaise, mandated masking, social distancing all driven by a virus, the 2021 cherry crop could provide a much needed emotional and financial

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ARB approves faster burning phase-out

By Vicky Boyd The California Air Resources Board unanimously approved an aggressive proposal recently that would end open-air burning of nearly all agricultural material in eight San Joaquin Valley counties

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PG&E changes time-of-use rates

By Craig W. Anderson PG&E’s changes to time-of-use (TOU) periods for electric rates and new customers will face new rate schedules. The plans will change and how farmers use energy

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