Ian LeMay will take the helm of the grower group from former Rep. George Radanovich (R-Mariposa), who joined the association as its chief in 2016.
The suit, launched by Fowler Packing, argued the regulation granted union recruiters so much access to private property that it violated the 5th Amendment.
Growers have responded saying that the decision is putting them behind foreign competitors, where the pesticide is freely used, and the ban was based on flawed research.
Sun-Maid knows how to take a joke.
What is the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act? And why is it such a big deal for the San Joaquin Valley’s agricultural sector?
Sacramento’s pitch to enact taxes for “clean drinking water for disadvantaged communities” is an old dog with new tricks.
Farmers in the Golden State are reporting a continued struggle in hiring agricultural workers, a survey conducted by UC Davis …
Five Chinook salmon were found having spawned in the San Joaquin River, but exactly how many jobs were lost in the process?