Arizona Democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs met with local farmers late Friday afternoon to learn more about how the historic drought is affecting Yuma’s agriculture industry.
Paul Brierley says the plan for our area is still under negotiation between local irrigation districts, water attorneys and growers, with less than one month until the August 16th due date and will not impact Yuma’s high priority water right on the Colorado River.
The Biden Administration’s infrastructure plan devotes $8 billion dollars to solving the West’s dire water problems. U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema wants to spend some of that money here in Yuma County.
To find out how growers and the federal agency can better work together, an AgTechX Food Safety event featured a panel on the regulatory aspect: with Victor Smith, president and CEO of JV Smith Companies...
KAWC’s Victor Calderon reports on an event in Yuma last week that will give growers new tools and technology to keep food safe. The AgTech X Food Safety Technology event in Yuma brought food safety experts and researchers together with growers to talk about how advances in science may provide new