The Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) has recently been updated and is open for enrollment by interested growers/landowners. California rice is also part of a special regional effort offering extra “priority” for enrolling 18,000 acres of California ricelands into CSP. READ MORE
The California Rice Commission (CRC) is pleased to partner with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) on the next phase of a shorebird habitat conservation program called BirdReturns. The goal of this next effort will be to provide additional valuable flooded waterbird habitat in the Spring of 2017. READ MORE
November 18 is the deadline to apply for the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) Rice Stewardship – Sustaining the Future of Rice Project through the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service and Ducks Unlimited. This program is different from the CRC’s RCPP that focuses exclusively on waterbird projects. READ MORE
We have updated our How Rice Grows infographic, providing new art and streamlined text for a greater impact.
This one-page summary of rice from fieldwork through milling is beneficial for tours, school groups or general inquiries. It will also be available in poster form. READ MORE