The 2013 CT Industry Award recipient is Ralph Cesena, Sr., president of Cesena Distributing of Stockton, Calif.
View the CASI six-part documentary
The video above is the first episode of a six-part documentary series from Conservation Agriculture Cropping Systems Innovation (CASI). In the videos, farmers, UC researchers and industry leaders explain how no-till and minimum-till agriculture, and overhead precision irrigation, can lead to higher irrigation efficiency, increased profitability and greater resource conservation. Find links to all segments at the table of contents.
Conservation agriculture news
UC Davis Hydrology Team Visits NRI Study Field in Five Points and Four Cover Crop San Joaquin Valley Farms
Posted 2/8/2016 - Dr. Samuel Sandoval-Solis and Hydrology PhD student, Alyssa DeVincentis, and two other graduate students from the Sandoval-Solis lab at UC Davis conducted a whirlwind visit of four farm cover crop fields and the longstanding NRI project field in Five...
CASI Hosts Greg Butler of the South Australian No-till Farmers Association
Posted 1/26/2016 - About thirty CASI members were treated to a fascinating discussion of some of the very innovative work that Greg Butler, Research and Development Director of the South Australian No-till Farmers Association, and the more than 500 Australian farmers who...
CASI takes part in planning meeting in AZ
Posted 1/11/2016 - Several CASI members recently took part in a planning workshop that was held at the University of Arizona's Maricopa Agricultural Center to consider and develop opportunities for working together on joint research aimed at coupling advanced technologies...
2015 CT Farmer Innovator recognition posthomously awarded to Charlie Rominger
Posted 12/7/2015 - In 2005, the University of California and NRCS Conservation Tillage Workgroup established the Conservation Tillage Farmer Innovator Award as a means for providing greater visibility to CT pioneers in California. The criteria for this award are –...
The Green Blog
Posted 11/2/2015 - Calling your attention to the ANR Green Blog http://ucanr.edu/blogs/Green/ There are lots of interesting things there.