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Exeter Chamber holds Jan. 9 mixer for Jim Tyler Construction The January mixer for the Exeter Chamber of Commerce will be hosted by Jim Tyler Construction and Solar tomorrow, Jan. 9. The mixer will be held from 5-6:30 p.m. at Cappella Coffee House, located at 132 N. E St. in Exeter. There will be refreshments, […]

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A Trusted Land Trust

Following a rigorous evaluation, Sequoia Riverlands Trust (SRT) has been awarded accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission. SRT is among just 11 such land trusts nationally to receive this recognition in the current round, and nationally among just over 200 total LTA accredited land trusts. “Sequoia Riverlands Trust has earned the public trust in our […]

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Illegal marijuana cultivation harms resources

Illegal marijuana grows on agricultural and resource lands cause extensive damage to wildlife and the environment, according to researchers and agency officials who spoke during the California Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in Monterey last month. In response to the ongoing impact to rural areas, CFBF delegates voted to forward policy language to the American Farm […]

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Banking on Tradition

Shortly after converting the Exeter branch from Visalia Community Bank to Central Valley Community Bank, Central Valley Community Bancorp announced it would continue VCB’s more than 10-year tradition of creating a calendar featuring historic photos of Tulare County. Released last month, CVCB’s Tulare County Community Calendar featured 13 photos (12 months and the cover) portraying […]

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Cutting from two cultures

Lindsay was once dubbed an All-American City and last week, a ribbon cutting was held illustrating its diverse cultures stirred into the melting pot of American society. On Dec. 23, the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce held a joint ribbon cutting for two different businesses, with two distinct cultures that share the same building and shared […]

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Ag Expo celebrates UCCE’s 100th year

To mark its 100th anniversary, UC Cooperative Extension (UCCE) will host a free educational speakers’ series and hands-on family-friendly activities at the World Ag Expo, Feb. 11-13, in Tulare. Nineteen UC academics – including UC Cooperative Extension county advisors, UC Cooperative Extension specialists, and leaders from University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) […]

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Crop Row

Mobile site locates farmers markets If you’re on the go, looking for fresh food and have your smartphone handy, there’s a new resource for finding the nearest California farmers market. The state Department of Food and Agriculture has developed a mobile website that uses geographic-positioning technology to locate the markets nearest you. The site also […]

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Farmers still assessing impacts of Dec. freeze

Crop damage from the string of blisteringly cold nights at the beginning of December continues to be assessed, and agricultural commissioners throughout the state say it will be weeks before the extent of losses is known. Growers note the cold hit early in the season, when about 75 percent of the state’s citrus crop was […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Dec.21, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Most cotton fields are being chopped and disked in an effort to comply with the Cotton Plowdown Regulations. Growers should remember that the deadline for having cotton fields in compliance is December 20, 2013. Favorable weather continues for both the harvest and bringing […]

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