California’s landowners can celebrate that environmental stewardship just got a little easier. Thanks to AB 2193, voluntary habitat restoration can now occur at an unprecedented pace.
What do you love most about California’s diverse landscapes? Hiking in the mountains? Building sand castles and surfing at the beach? Fishing at your favorite lake? Now imagine visiting your favorite California spot to find it awash with invasive species that are ravaging the landscape.
Though water remains in short supply, we know that by working side-by-side with farmers, water agencies and business to evaluate and promote new approaches to manage water use, our communities will have the water they need for years to come.
This past week marked the California Farm Bureau Federation’s 96th Annual Meeting, during which the 2014 California Leopold Conservation Award recipient, Full Belly Farm, was honored.