Agriculture and the Future: It’s Later Than You Think!

This is more than a blog....this is a plea. I'm sharing a letter from a rancher in CA. Since our governor has recently vetoed the Williamson Act, farmers and ranchers all over the state are STUNNED. The Act was created to preserve farmland and to preserve agricultural...

Fascinating Facts that Shatter the Beef is Bad Bunch…..

Scanning the latest news clips about nutrition in this country, I found an article that gave some interesting history about WHY this country moved in the direction it did some 30 years ago, that is, to begin to throw out beef and meat and substitute the all-powerful...

Understanding the State of Jefferson

The State of Jefferson IS more than a fantasy and it is more than a place....it is, as so many have said, a state of mind. However, that state of mind is deeply embedded in a location, a place. The State of Jefferson encompasses much of the northern portion of...

State of Jefferson BOOK Signing….at COSTCO

Well, I am still reeling......but excited about my great news announcement!Coauthor Bernita Tickner and I will be doing a State of Jefferson book signing at Medford, Oregon's COSTCO, on August 1, 2009.How did it happen? I'm not sure, except to say that Arcadia...

California Agriculture Ranks First in the NATION…..

It's quite interesting to study statistics. They reveal a lot about what is going on in an industry or population, and in agriculture, this is especially true. Most Americans have no idea about the world of agriculture or what farmers face in terms of challenges or...

 

Testimonials

A Fascinating History of little known State of JeffersonA Fascinating History of little known State of JeffersonPatricia M. Peterson via Amazon

For history buffs, this volume is a unique collection of photos of the mythical State of Jefferson, the area between Oregon and California. Lots of people don't know that this was a real historical movement, and the people even declared themselves a state, right before Pearl Harbor. A fun look at the history of the movement that started in the 1850s. Some of the photos I enjoyed most were the old ones of the miners and local Shasta tribe and the old towns. Some great ones of Mt. Shasta and old roads and bridges. It makes a great gift for someone who has everything and likes to read, especially history. I highly recommend this book! Lots of fun. I'd love to see a sequel.

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