Comstock’s Magazine, April 4, 2017 By: Sena Christian
After a rough few years, Sacramento Valley rice farmers are supplementing crop profits with environmental stewardship
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March/April 2017 – Ducks Unlimited Magazine
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Looking to flooded rice fields as a new source of food
Appeal Democrat Thursday, December 1, 2016 By: Jake Abbott
A project is in the works to address depletion of fish populations due to the scarcity of food throughout the rivers in the Sacramento Valley. The solution: Water from flooded rice fields.
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Ag Alert, May 4, 2016, Jessica Campbell – California Farm Bureau Federation
Sacramento valley rice farmer Jon Munger explains how changes to federal flood insurance makes managing and expanding farming operations difficult.
Read the full article here:Farmers describe implications of flood rules
John Deere Magazine – The Furrow – February 2016 Special ‘Why We Care’ Edition
By Nicole Montna Van Vleck as told to Steve Werblow
Regardless of whether I’m in the office seeing them from my window or sitting in a duck blind watching them fly in, the huge flocks of birds that are migrating through the Sacramento Valley of California are an amazing sight. Read the full article here: The Furrow