Stewards of the Land
Pat McConahay profiles a group of Southeast Asian farmers who are out to battle
the environment means not only preserving air, water, and soil on farms and ranches,
but safeguarding forests as well. And one of the best examples of how that's done
can be found high in the mountains of Plumas County.
A Refuge for
Wildlife We'll take you to a wetlands wildlife oasis near the town
of Corning. It's a project that's restoring habitat, luring wildlife and helping
a band of Native Americas find new ways to sustain their tribe.
No matter where you are in
the world, if you're an almond-lover, chances are your almonds came from California's
Central Valley. For one valley almond farmer, living the American Dream means
growing almonds the organic way.
We visit the Agriculture &
Land Based Training Association (ALBA) in Salinas; an organization helping mostly
immigrant farm workers realize their dreams of farm ownership. But this organization
is fighting for more than just their farmers. We'll show you how they're leading
an effort to save agriculture in the Salinas Valley.
African American farmers in
Fresno are planting the seeds to grow their numbers, as well as finding new ways
to sustain the land they love.