by Charlotte Mitchell and James Gordon for The Daily Mail Forestry student-turned-shaman, 30, faces nine years in jail for ‘starting California’s Fawn Fire’ that has burned 8,500 acres and destroyed 41 homes: DA suspects she could be ‘serial arsonist’ Alexandra Souverneva, 30, of Palo Alto, has been charged with felonyContinue Reading

By Edward Ring Originally published by American Greatness in September, 2020 Environmentalists Destroyed California’s Forests The catastrophic fires that have immolated millions of acres of forests in the Golden State were preventable, and for decades, everyone knew what had to be done. Millions of acres of California forest have beenContinue Reading

Gary Stephen Maynard, 47, is believed to have worked at a number of colleges in California, including Santa Clara University and Sonoma State University, where a Dr. Gary Maynard is listed as a lecturer in criminal justice studies specializing in criminal justice, cults and deviant behavior. by Sam Stanton for SacramentoContinue Reading

Posted by Mountain States Legal Foundation Denver, CO. – January 11, 2021 – Mountain States Legal Foundation last week urged the U.S. Supreme Court to declare a California law requiring private businesses to open their property to hostile union organizers a “taking” under the 5th and 14th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution, arguing that such access mandates deny those businesses their fundamental “right to exclude” unwelcomeContinue Reading

GREG HENDERSON FOR DROVERS Final results show California voters rejected Proposition 15, a decision celebrated as a victory by a broad array of industry and agriculture groups. The ballot measure was defeated by a margin of more than 650,000 votes (52% No – 48% Yes). Proposition 15 threatened voter-approved taxContinue Reading

California’s Prop 15 Will ‘Punish Farmers and Ranchers’ by Greg Henderson for Drovers Politicians lie. That may not be a startling revelation, and usually when you vote you have some idea whether or not a candidate aligns with your political ideals. At least sometimes. Such is not the case withContinue Reading

Three California high school students pursuing careers in agriculture were recognized with scholarships from The North Valley Chapter of the California Women for Agriculture (CWA) and the California State University, Chico College of Agriculture. Displaying true grit, stamina and determination, these young women speak about overcoming adversity, and the passionsContinue Reading

Sacramento Bee California: President Trump Signed Order Allowing Water to Flow to Farmers Instead of the Pacific Ocean. Governor Newsom Sues Trump. California sued the Trump administration on Thursday to block new rules that would let farmers take more water from the state’s largest river systems, arguing it would pushContinue Reading

“Grazing has been around for a long time, way before cattle were here, and it’s a natural function of keeping a sustainable forest…” Cattle in the Sierra It’s well known that ranchers are some of the best environmental scientists around. They may not have a BS or a MS degreeContinue Reading

With growing dissatisfaction with California politics and over-regulation, there has been a movement to split-off the far northern portion of California from the rest of the state for several years.  But now there is a growing movement to split California into six different states.  Why not?  For many of theContinue Reading