Monthly Report

Dairy families recognized for contributions to Valley’s cleanest ozone season on record

There’s no doubt that San Joaquin Valley air quality officials are tasked with a tough job. With its bowl shape and hot summer days, the valley is nature’s perfect oven for “baking” the basic ingredients of smog, resulting in ozone formation. 

New United Nations report: California, U.S. dairies models for reducing carbon footprint

It’s no secret that California dairy farmers are leaders on a number of sustainability issues. From implementing improved management practices that protect air, land and water resources to providing responsible care of animals, our state’s dairy farmers continue to make tremendous progress on issues important to their consumers and neighbors.

New Dairy Cares Sustainability Report assists dairy families in telling their stories

Farm families have many good stories to tell, and in recent years, the dairy community has made great progress toward making these stories heard across California.

Untold story behind dairy court challenges: Steady progress toward better water quality

Earlier this month, state water quality officials unveiled revised water quality protection regulations for Central Valley dairies. Now undergoing public review, these revised regulations propose to resolve and perhaps bring to an end nearly six years of court battles between anti-dairy activists and state regulators.

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