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Winegrape growers in the Napa Sonoma area are getting a better handle on the damage estimates to their fields and facilities. We have the staggering numbers. Another staggering number: 10 million acres burned due to wildfires this year. We’re not there yet, but we are approaching it…for the third time in five years. Farmers are looking for estate t…
 
This episode talks about the influence of the grind. Why its important to be consistent with your goal setting. The detriment of excuses. Blocking out your time to be more efficient with the process. Knowing what you want and what's it going to take to get you there. SHARE SHARE SHARE and maybe this is not for you but for someone you know. --- Supp…
 
Drought is expanding throughout the country, but especially here in the Western United States. We have the ugly numbers. The USDA has released the latest forecasts for several important California farm commodities, including fruits, nuts and rice. And Citrus growers in California are still evaluating the effect of smoke, wildfire, haze and heat on …
 
This episode touches the sensitive subject of matching your words with your character. How many people listen to your words but pay more attention to how you act? We can de-value our words based on one or two actions. What is your character saying to people? SHARE SHARE SHARE and maybe this is for you, your family or a friend. Reach out on FB @Kend…
 
Even though the flames of September’s fires are subsiding there, wine grape growers in the Napa Sonoma area are still taking stock of the damage and lining up financial help. And winegrape growers with insurance face another obstacle in getting quick relief. Insurance companies want to see lab tests for smoke taint on wine grapes. But the laborator…
 
This episode dives into the power of friendships. The distructive patterns when hanging around the wrong people. Being okay with challenging yourself and letting others go etc. When you're done listening SHARE SHARE SHARE and maybe this is for you and someone else you know. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kendrick-still/support…
 
California wildfires continue their rapid spread throughout some very valuable wine country in our area. We have an update. Several farm groups are petitioning the federal government for more Covid-19 relief aid for farmworkers. What is California doing to stop the spread of illegal pesticides into the state? And, we talk with a Colusa County rice …
 
Today's episode is all about cultivating what's on the inside. It's never too late to dust off your dreams and make something happen. Know who you are and be prepared for the opportunity when it presents itself. After you listen SHARE SHARE SHARE and maybe this is for you or someone close to you..Facebook (KendrickStill), Twitter, YouTube (creatvam…
 
California farmers, their crops and their livestock continue to deal with a plethora of problems that will make 2020 one for the record books: the largest wildfires in state history, the resultant dense smoke that made Northern and Central California the most polluted area in the world recently; record high temperatures in August, and the Coronavir…
 
This episode dives into the reason many of us get in our own way. The lies we believe about ourselves. How we can start things to be the jack of all trades and the master of none. Plus a ton of nuggets to take away to help cultivate what's on the inside to win again. Share Share Share --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kendrick-still/suppo…
 
It’s been a tough year for many of California’s major crops. The combination of the Covid-19 shutdown, wildfires and persistent smoke throughout California, but especially in the Central Valley, have slowed crop development, interfered with the harvest, hampered farm labor, and possibly may taint one very important California agricultural commodity…
 
California’s record shattering wildfire season continues. Honeybee losses from the fires in Yolo and Solano Counties will impact area almond growers in 2021. Smoke taint is an increasing concern for wine grape growers in Northern California. And livestock owners need to take precautions to protect their animals from smoke inhalation issues. We have…
 
Larger than the state of Delaware. That’s the description of the number of acres burned in California’s recent lightning-started wildfires, decimating many Northern California counties, and that includes farms, ranches, vineyards, and orchards. The damage is still being registered, but we have an update, along with information about an upcoming web…
 
California’s wildfires continue, and as the smoke somewhat clears, the impact of those fires on the state’s agricultural industries is becoming more apparent. We have an update. Hurricane Laura’s impact on the Louisiana-Texas coastline last week decimated some of that areas biggest crops, including one that Sacramento Valley farmers are very famili…
 
Once again, Northern and Central California wildfires plague the entire region, with thick smoke blanketing populous urban areas, while flames are whipping up throughout farm and ranch land here. And once again, wine grape growers in the Napa Sonoma area who are about to begin harvesting are worried about smoke taint to their grapes, a minor concer…
 
California’s specialty crop growers can breathe a bit easier, more of the Golden State’s unique commodities have been added to the USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program. Those mysterious seeds from China that were received by unsuspecting homeowners here in the U.S.? There’s still a lot we don’t know, but so far, it appears to be a benign thre…
 
Yolo County agriculture is in the spotlight this week. In Woodland, sheriff’s detectives recovered 70 stolen bee boxes. And those bees are critical to Yolo county’s largest crop, almonds. The latest yolo county ag report is out, and almonds remain number 1. But there is a new crop in the second position. We have the details. We have an update on la…
 
Is more pandemic relief money headed for California’s farmers and ranchers, who have been upended by changes in markets and problems with supply chains? This past week, the U.S. Senate introduced a trillion dollar pandemic relief bill, that included $20 billion for farms, ranches and rural communities. We have the details. More and more Californian…
 
This episode is about what to do when discouragement hits. Personal battles with doors being closed and how I changed my perspective on opportunities. Listen and SHARE SHARE SHARE to someone else who may be challenged with discouragement and setbacks. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kendrick-still/support…
 
California’s farmers have some tough decisions to make, real soon, about fall and winter planting. Just how much should they plant? The loss of markets due to Covid-19 related restaurant closures and an uncertain school year could mean tighter supplies for cool season vegetables such as lettuce, broccoli and cauliflower. The dreaded “d” word - drou…
 
Everything is getting thrown in the way of California farming in 2020. The Covid-19 pandemic is causing a serious labor shortage on the state’s farms. Ongoing trade disputes have some growers worried if they will have a market for their crops this fall. The bureaucratic morass of federal relief rules for farmers seems to change constantly. In many …
 
This episode is exciting and and encouraging. We all may need to get to a place of embracing this new normal How do you deal with change? Are you someone who deals with fear and anxiety when change comes? This episode is all about how to see the new start for what it is. Embarking on personal discovery to embracing the new! SHARE SHARE SHARE when y…
 
Good news is hard to come by these days, so let’s start with this: reservoir storage right now in California is enough to get us through this water year, and maybe a bit more available to move to south state farming regions. And University of California researchers have a breakthrough: a peptide that just might thwart citrus greening disease. With …
 
This episode stem from a conversation I had with some family members. It started with my daughter wanting to do hair to start earning money instead of wait on her parents. Turned out better than I thought. Once you're done listening SHARE SHARE SHARE! You can reach me on Fb @Kendrick Still, twitter, Instagram @creatvambition, YouTube @creatvambitio…
 
This episode has some nuggets on the excuses that keep you stuck in a rut. How to overcome your excuses and personal conviction of laziness. Listen and share, share, share!! Let me know what you think. Kendrick Still of FB, twitter, follow on Instagram @ Creatvambition, Youtube @creatvambition --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kendrick-st…
 
California's farms, ranches and agricultural businesses are going to take a big hit from pandemic related losses. The range? Between $5.9 and $8.6 billion this year. That's according to an economic study recently released. We have the details. There's a record breaking almond crop on the way here in California. But can robust almond sales survive p…
 
If your specialty crop is not on the list for those eligible for coronavirus assistance payments from the USDA, there is a way you can get included, but you better hurry. And among those currently not eligible are two major California agricultural producers, cut flowers and nursery products. The Japanese Beetle is back in Sacramento County, a major…
 
There’s a bit of relief for California’s Klamath Basin Farmers. The water that was taken away from them last week, is back. We’ll explain that one. California latest ag statistics are out, you have a few minutes to think about which are the five leading agricultural commodities in California according to the latest report. We’ll tell you, don’t wor…
 
This segment takes you to a personal and practical place of application to better yourself. Several key elements to believing in yourself. Askimg yourself the right questions. SHARE SHARE SHARE after you listen and get all that you need from the podcast. Share it so someone else can benefit from it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kendr…
 
Not to pile on with all the other problems right now…but there’s a drought in California. And, in a bit of a switch, much drier than normal soil is taking hold in Northern California rather than in Southern California. And up in the far north of the state, Klamath basin farmers say they are facing the heartbreaking prospect of watching their crops …
 
Following the lead of the Central Valley Project, the State Water Project is increasing its allocations of summer water to California’s farmers. But they’re saying don’t expect any more this year. We have the numbers. It’s picking time for some of our state’s tastiest crops: blueberries and cherries. We talk with a Lodi cherry grower about this yea…
 
Amidst all the bad farm economic news due to the pandemic, there are some bright spots. The Central Valley Project is releasing more water to its farm customers south of the Delta. And we hear from President Trump, who last week announced a new, $19 billion dollar relief plan for farmers, including California’s specialty crop producers. We have the…
 
There are about 25 million acres of farm and ranch land in California. Which commodity utilizes the most acreage? It’s almonds, and more and more almond trees are going in the ground in the Golden State. We have the numbers. Hard to say which is flowing faster right now, water from California’s dams, or lawsuits, to stop the flow of water from dams…
 
There is a lot of Covid 19 pandemic-related california farm stories this week, and we will get to them, but we turn our attention first to what could be the most persistent worry of California’s farmers: the summer water supply. We take a look at the final snow survey numbers that will play a big part in how much surface water farms will be getting…
 
This episode is a look at what hustling looks like from a parent's perspective. My special guest is my mother and her thoughts on hustling to make ends meet. How survival was an everyday occurrence back in the day. Check it out and enjoy!! Then SHARE, SHARE, AND SHARE!!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kendrick-still/support…
 
This episode is about how 2020 came in under the radar and took the world by surprise. There has to be reset in our journey that helps us see the good in quarantining. Being grateful for what we have because it could be worse. Asking ourselves the tough question during this time of uncertainty. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kendrick-s…
 
Everyone’s concern level is heightened recently, and that includes California’s farmers. Will the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic fundamentally change the way we do business? What will be the new normal? We don’t know. But we do have good news - farmers, and everyone associated with agriculture here in California - will keep producing healthy, safe food.…
 
California farmers and the rest of the nation’s farmers were getting a bit miffed earlier this month at being on the short end - the real short end - of Covid19-related relief money from the Trump Administration. Well, that’s about to change. We have the numbers. And they’re big numbers. Another casualty of Covid 19- related anxiety: a run on seeds…
 
Despite the early spring rains in the valley and snow in the mountains, the Central Valley Project will be reducing the amount of available water to California’s farmers, including those with senior water rights. We have the numbers. Covid-19 woes continue for many sectors of California agriculture. Overall, most ag prices are down. But there is so…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to roil California agriculture. The beef, dairy, poultry, fruit and vegetable sectors all have their tales of concerns and setbacks. We have the details. Farmers and fishermen haven’t been the best of partners when it comes to divvying up California water supplies. But the state’s rice industry is spearheading an att…
 
The April Sierra Snow Survey by the Department of Water Resources is considered the benchmark for spring and summer water deliveries to farmers throughout the Valley. The results are in. And let’s just say, it could have been worse. We have the numbers. New farmworkers from Mexico: are they allowed to come into the U.S.…or not? We unravel the lates…
 
Water and labor issues once again dominate the worries of California’s farmers, oh, and yeah…that Covid-19 situation, as well, is creating confusion and problems. The coronavirus outbreak may put a halt to any new farm workers coming from Mexico. We update that story. Farmers markets: are they open, or are they closed. We unravel the confusion. A U…
 
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