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Guv Brown spent $250,000,000 on plans for Delta Tunnel scam

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Guv Brown spent $250,000,000 on Plans for Delta Tunnel Scam

By Stephen Frank on Oct 05, 2017 08:50 pm

If built the Delta tunnel will cause our already high water rates to go up by a factor of 3.  Could you afford to live in California when that happens?  Do you want to pay that much money in exchange for water tunnels that do not create a single drop of new water—just moves water […]

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California: Marijuana legislation to create new crops/new lingo

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Marijuana Legalization to Create New Crops/New Lingo

By Stephen Frank on Oct 05, 2017 08:57 pm

Do you know the difference between CDB, hemp and marijuana?  Did you know that you can extract from marijuana for edibles and other uses?  Is there a difference between marijuana grown in the Yosemite area and in Los Angeles County?  Thanks to Prop. 64, whether we like it or not we will find out the […]

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Siskiyou Co: Cancer takes life of UCCE Farm Advisor Steve Orloff

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PNP comment: Many times for nearly 20 years, I interviewed Steve for news articles. He was always helpful and always working on experiments that would aid the farmers in drought or reduced water situations. Siskiyou County was lucky to have him as its Farm Advisor. Steve will be sorely missed! — Editor Liz Bowen

Orloff worked for UC ANR for 33 years, including 20-plus years as a Siskiyou County farm advisor

Cary Blake | Oct 06, 2017

Western Farm Press

Steve Orloff, University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) county director and farm advisor at Siskiyou County, has died of cancer, according to an online message posted by Rob Wilson, director of the Intermountain Research and Extension Center located at Tulelake.

Orloff worked for UC’s Agriculture and Natural Resources Division for 33 years, including 20-plus years as a Siskiyou County farm advisor in Northern California.

“His tremendous knowledge and overwhelming support for agriculture will be deeply missed,” Wilson said. “We have lost a dear friend and valued colleague! On behalf of all the IREC staff our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.”

Arrangements for Orloff were not available at press time.

Glenda Humiston, UC ANR vice-president, said, “I’m sure that many of you have worked with this kind and affable man, whether it be at county director meetings, on alfalfa research or Program Council or other projects. We’ll all miss Steve’s good nature, willingness to help others and his expertise.”

Humiston shared a message from the Orloff family, which said in part, “He will be deeply missed for his kind and generous heart, as he so freely shared his knowledge and experience with anyone who asked for his help. But anyone who knows Steve will especially miss him tremendously for his sense of humor and fun-loving spirit.”

Orloff conducted research and educational programs in alfalfa, irrigated pasture, small grains, and non-crop weed control with a focus on pest management, irrigation, variety adaptation, and general production practices.

Orloff graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in geography from San Diego State University in 1978, followed by a Master of Science degree in general agricultural science from Cal Poly in 1983.

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