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Local groups address flooding impacts in Monterey County, CA

- General News
Spring marks the return of fruit and vegetable harvest in the Salinas Valley region. With heavy rains, cold winter weather and our area recovering from flooding, that harvest has been delayed but consumers can be assured that they will enjoy leafy greens, vegetables and strawberries with the harvest continuing into November.

California produce companies unite to aid flood-affected communities

- General News
Leading agriculture brands Taylor Farms and Driscoll’s, headquartered in California’s Salinas Valley and Pajaro, are calling for support of these local communities that are home to those who work tirelessly to grow fresh, healthy produce for families across the United States.

Estimating the Monterey storm damage costs

- Featured
As a stupendous rainy season moves toward its end for California, some have been attempting to measure the costs of the damages.

SpartanNash partners with American Red Cross for disaster relief in California

- Retail
Food solutions company SpartanNash donated 24 pallets of food products to victims of atmospheric rivers and flooding in Southern California. In partnership with the American Red Cross, products were distributed to California residents who are being forced into shelters because of flooding, power outages and landslides.

Atmospheric rivers past and present

- Analysis
The voluminous rains brought to California by a series of atmospheric rivers have leveled off for the time being.

Video shows widespread flooding in Salinas Valley, CA

- General News
Markon Live from the Fields' video shows significant widespread flooding currently taking place in California’s Salinas Valley.

California strawberry industry tallies up storm damage

- General News
From Ventura County in Southern California, north through San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties, to Monterey and Santa Cruz counties, the onslaught of rain, wind, and floods are approaching $200 million in potential damages to California’s strawberry farms.

GSA of California highlights resilience of Salinas area during flooding

- General News
Our region has experienced repeated storm systems that have flooded homes, roads and businesses and impacted farms. While we continue to dig out and assess the damage to our communities, the resiliency of the people on the Central Coast and their ability to work together against diverse conditions comes into clear focus.

Widespread flooding in the Salinas Valley to affect spring crops

- General News
California has been pummeled by several atmospheric river events over the past two to three weeks.

California ponders uses of storm excess

- Analysis
In California, 2023 is turning out to be a 40-year anniversary repeat of 1983, because it rained every day in San Francisco for the first three months of 1983. It didn’t rain all day, every day, but it rained every day.