Fresno Madera Farm Credit and CoBank Announce $30,000 Donation to Central California Food Bank
September 25, 2023
Fresno Madera Farm Credit and CoBank have jointly announced a $30,000 donation to Central California Food Bank’s Feeding Families Fund Drive. The donation will provide over 180,000 meals to rural residents of Central California, many of whom have limited access to full-service grocery stores and have been severely impacted by the rising cost of food.
FARMS Advanced career day at Fresno Madera Farm Credit was a big hit
August 10, 2023
If the FARMS Advanced group that participated in a career day at Fresno Madera Farm Credit is indicative of the quality of high school students in the program, the future of California agriculture is in good hands.
FARMS Program Continues to Nurture Next Generation of California Farmers
August 09, 2023
Thirty years ago, a Yolo County walnut farmer named Craig McNamara thought it would be a good idea to invite city kids to a farm and educate them about where their food comes from. To that end, the Winters farmer helped found the FARMS Leadership Program, which today is a key component of the programs offered by the Center for Land-Based Learning (CLBL).
Ag Youth Groups Recognized for Outstanding Community Contributions at 2023 Spring Member Appreciation BBQ
June 28, 2023
Fresno Madera Farm Credit’s spring member appreciation BBQ held on June 23, at Holland Park West, recognized and celebrated agricultural producers from across Fresno and Madera counties as well as the exceptional ag youth groups serving the local communities.
California Fresh Fruit Association Advocates for Growers
June 27, 2023
Every summer, people around the country enjoy luscious fruits like apricots, table grapes, kiwis, peaches and plums. And since California is the nation’s largest producer of each of these commodities, there’s a good chance those fruits were grown right here in the Golden State.
California FFA’s Increased Diversity Bodes Well for Future of Agriculture
April 04, 2023
Roberto Lopez, a senior at Oakdale High School in Stanislaus County, is a strong believer in the value of FFA. Lopez is the president of both the school’s FFA Chapter and the organization’s central region, encompassing the area between Yolo and Merced counties.
Developing Future Leaders Is Why Farm Credit Supports the YF&R Program
March 20, 2023
The California Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers and Ranchers (YF&R) program is designed to identify, grow and develop young Farm Bureau members and provide them with opportunities and experiences to help them become effective leaders in the agriculture community.