The state extends temporary protection from insurance cancellations to 2.1 million Californians living in wildfire-prone regions, but long-term solutions to stabilize the market remain elusive.
Proponents say environmental justice efforts will only be successful if they are inclusive and equitable.
The Granite Bay farm was established in 1911 by a Japanese
immigrant and is still run by his descendants, including his
Sacramento Edible Yards, a father-and-son organic-gardening
business, helps people learn how to grow their own food at
A buyback program is helping microfarmers from the Southeast
Asian community feed families and recoup their losses from a drop
For years, most former inmates who had received firefighting training were ineligible to become professional firefighters due to their criminal records. That changed when Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 2147 into law.
Ethel Hoskins is determined that her family ranch’s legacy will endure despite the significant damage to the property where she still lives.
DeeDee and Craig Lyman own a feed store in a community of equestrians and animal lovers.
In a dramatic move to tackle climate change, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that he has ordered the Air Resources Board to ban new models of traditional cars beginning in 15 years.
After the closing of smaller food distribution centers that couldn’t meet COVID-19 required regulations, a grassroots program formed to serve people in need.