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Water Crisis- California’s Water (122)

Huell takes a first-hand look at the mounting toll of water shortages on the west side of the San Joaquin Valley as he talks with a number of growers struggling to keep tomato, almond and other crops going. Huell also visits the San Luis Reservoir, the largest off-stream reservoir in the U.S., which was at  Continue Reading »

Hmong- California’s Gold (11003)

There are roughly 250,000 Hmong people living in the United States. The Hmong are an Asian ethnic group from the mountainous regions of Southeast Asia. Many ended up in the fertile areas in and around Fresno County, where their love of farming and vast knowledge has served them well. Huell visits two farms that are  Continue Reading »

Blossom Trail- California’s Gold (305)

Join Huell on the Blossom Trail in Fresno County, our state’s agricultural heartland; walk through the quaint and historic farming community of Reedley to the Mennonite Quilt Center and watch volunteers make beautiful quilts; savor the Armenian delicacy, keyma, one of the specialties of Uncle Harry’s Restaurant, a local landmark; and deal yourself in on the  Continue Reading »