Running a family business for multiple generations can be tricky, but several local companies have found a way.
Wildfires, and the economic disruption they cause, have a large economic impact. But right now, California has a mostly incomplete picture of how much fires cost the state each year.
Auburn-based Flyers Energy is expanding on its history of
supplying fuel to trucking fleets.
A father-and-son team have kept Newcastle-based Selby’s Soil
Erosion Control business operating since the 1960s.
Salmon will struggle this year. It’s up to us to help them.
Due to human influence, three primary ingredients of wilderness fires are on the rise: the accumulation of biofuels in the forest, rising heat of the planet as a whole, and an ineffective political system of fire management.
Officials warn that next year’s cuts in water supply could go even deeper as severe drought grips nearly 90 percent of California. Residents of the North Coast and Bay Area conserved more than Southern Californians did.
The search is on to help California farmers find less-thirsty tree crops. But will the experiments come through in time as droughts intensify?
The Dry Creek restoration project is revitalizing habitat
for chinook salmon and steelhead trout.
Jessica Law became executive director of the Water Forum in January. Comstock’s spoke to Law about the group’s priorities as the region deals with another drought.