Date: May 07, 2015
The May 2015 Edition of WG&S Magazine Will Be Arriving Soon

The May 2015 edition of the WG&S Magazine is in the mail.  Here’s a preview of some of the stories you will see:  

COVER STORY

Ag Technology

WG Announces Major Investment in Future

 

PRESIDENT’S NOTES

California’s Worst Drought Tests Gov. Brown

 

FEATURE STORIES

Dire Straits

Persistent Drought Reaches Epic Proportions

 

Water Efficiency Equation

Reducing Use Per Unit Gaining Traction

 

Unions 2.0 (Part II)

How Big Labor Is Using Worker Centers to Bypass Legal Regulations and Destroy Brands

 

WG/ACS Partnership

Preventing and Recognizing Skin Cancer

 

WG Board Convenes in Sacramento

 

GOVERNMENT AFFARIS

Congress Grapples with Drought Action

 

LEGISLATOR PROFILE

Tony Rivero representing Arizona’s 21st House District, including Peoria

 

AGRICUTLTURE & The law 

Nitrate Related Water Quality Regulations Continue to Be in Limbo

 

INSURANCE CORNER

The Drought, Weather and Crop Insurance

 

DEAR JON

Using the Monthly Measurement Method to Track Eligibility

 

SCIENCE &TECH

Technology Has Role to Play in Water Debate

 

WG IN THE NEWS

Congress Introduces TPA Legislation

 

U.S. Challenges Indonesia’s WTO Position

 

CA Farm Water Coalition Illustrates Severity of Drought

 

CA Registers New Chemistry for Sucking Pests

 

BLAST FROM THE PAST (from WG&S April 1985)

Rising Water Costs May Sink Growers

 

WESTERN GROWERS FOUNDATION update

The Phoenix Zoo’s New Exhibit

 

ADVERTISERS

WGIS

Saqui Law Group

Annual Meeting 2015

Sakata

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