Episode 57 – April 20, 2021 – Fresno State Winery; AB 1103; AB 1447

Episode 57 - April 20, 2021 - Fresno State Winery; AB 1103; AB 1447
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In today’s show, we learn about the Fresno State winery from winemaker Tom Montgomery . We also hear about AB1103, which is supported by the California Cattlemen’s Association, and AB1447, The Rural California Infrastructure Act

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Episode 56 – April 19, 2021 – JW Lemons; Scholarship Opportunity

Episode 56 - April 19, 2021 - JW Lemons; Scholarship Opportunity
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In today’s episode, we have a featured interview with JCS Marketing, Inc. CEO Jason Scott and agronomist JW Lemons.   We also get information on a scholarship opportunity from Western Region Certified Crop Advisors. Appllications are due May 14, 2021. More information can be found by clicking here.

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Episode 55 – April 16, 2021 -CA Hemp Bill; Farmer of the Week, David Sasaki

Episode 55 - April 16, 2021 -CA Hemp Bill; Farmer of the Week, David Sasaki
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In today’s show, we report on the State Senate Agriculture Committee’s discussion on SB 235,  industrial hemp products. We hear from supporters and those opposed to the current wording of the bill.

Sabrina Halvorson talks with our first Farmer of the Week, David Sasaki. Hear his story about coming back to the farm after being a musician and teacher in Los Angeles. 

David Sasaki
 
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Episode 54 – April 15, 2021 – Animal Activists in San Diego; Valadao and Vilsack on Drought, Ports

Episode 54 - April 15, 2021 - Animal Activists in San Diego; Valadao and Vilsack on Drought, Ports
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In today’s show, we hear about animal rights activists in San Diego, who take on a local fish market. We also report on the House Ag Appropriations Committee hearing and comments from Representative David Valadao and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack on the drought, ports, and more.

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Episode 53 – April 14, 2021 – Walnut Market Outlook; Hemp Nutrition

Episode 53 - April 14, 2021 - Walnut Market Outlook; Hemp Nutrition
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In today’s MyAgLife Daily News Report, Sabrina Halvorson talks with Rabobank’s David Magana about the recently released Five Year Market Outlook for Walnuts. Taylor Chalstrom discusses hemp nutrition with Grower James Knox.

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Episode 52 – April 13, 2021 – Citrus Check-in; STEM Careers in Ag; Supply Chain Vulnerabilities

Episode 52 - April 13, 2021 - Citrus Check-in; STEM Careers in Ag; Supply Chain Vulnerabilities
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In today’s episode, we check in on citrus with Southern California citrus grower Chris Sayer, manager and partner of Petty Ranch. We also report on the Woodrow Wilson Center panel discussion on supply chain vulnerabilities

In today’s Segment 4, host Sabrina Halvorson talks with Jo Webber, the CEO of STEMConnector and Pod Network about a new e-book STEMConnector has put out focuses on STEM careers in agriculture.

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Episode 51 – April 12, 2021 – Check in on almond crop; AB1 Proposed changes to hazardous waste regs

Episode 51 - April 12, 2021 - Check in on almond crop; AB1 Proposed changes to hazardous waste regs
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In today’s My Ag Life Daily News Report, we talk with an almond grower to get an update on how the crop looks so far this spring. We’re also keeping an eye on AB 1, which would make some changes to environmental and toxic waste law in the state.

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Episode 50 – April 9, 2021 – Grape progress for Spring; Discussions on AB1500 and AB614

Episode 50 - April 9, 2021 - Grape progress for Spring; Discussions on AB1500 and AB614
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In today’s My Ag Life Daily News Report, host Sabrina Halvorson talks with Steve Vasquez of Sun-Maid about how grapes are progressing this spring and the need to watch for powdery mildew. She also covers the California State Assembly Water, Parks, And Wildlife Committee meeting and discussions on AB1500 and AB 614. 

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Episode 49 – April 8, 2021 – Tech Thursday; Salton Sea Management Plan

Episode 49 - April 8, 2021 - Tech Thursday; Salton Sea Management Plan
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It’s Tech Thursday, and Taylor Chalstrom has this week’s tech interview with Steve Booher. Sabrina Halvorson reports on the State Water Control Board’s public meeting on the Salton Sea Management Plan.

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Episode 48 – April 7, 2021 – Water Watch: CA state boards discuss water and climate change

Episode 48 - April 7, 2021 - Water Watch: CA state boards discuss water and climate change
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We’re all about water in today’s daily news. Sabrina Halvorson covers comments from Department of Water Resources, the California State Water Resources Control Board and the California Board of Food and Agriculture. We also hear comments on why some want better protection for the state’s salmon, regardless of what it may do to agriculture. 

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