A state bill introduced in Sacramento will require all eggs produced and sold in California to be cage-free by Jan. 1, 2024. The bill, AB 3021, is authored by Assembly members Marc Levine, D-San Franciso; Rudy Salas, D-Bakersfield; and, Jose Medina, D-Riverside.
Looking to teach your students about reducing food loss? CLA has developed a new lesson plan that provides students with concepts to help them both reduce waste as a consumer and learn how farmers use pesticide technology to prevent damage to crops. The lesson plan, a teacher presentation and a number of handouts are[…]Read More »
Cotton gin trash and other biomass feedstocks have been used as fuel to generate heat energy for power production. The technology has been a focal point for Dr. Sergio Capareda, AgriLife Research agricultural engineer in the department of biological and agricultural engineering at Texas A&M. Read moreRead More »