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In the News at Farm Credit West

  • New Sacramento museum educates residents about farms water needs

    Despite recent heavy rains, California is still experiencing one of its worst droughts in history, so reminding the public and policy makers that food does not grow without water is a critical need for the state’s agricultural community. That’s why Mike Wade and Farm Credit were excited to see the new SMUD Museum of Science and Curiosity open recently.
  • Spotlight Magazine, Winter 2021

    In this issue, learn how Stefanie and Andy Smallhouse are carving our new paths to success in Redington, Arizona. Read about the FCW Capital Markets team, changes to note for 2021 tax strategy planning, and how to leverage data for your agricultural business.
  • Cultivate California educates residents about farms’ need for water

    California is in the middle of one of its worst droughts on record. The federal government reports that showed that nearly half of the state – including the entire Central Valley – is in an exceptional drought as of mid-October. Overall, 2021 has been the ninth driest year in California since accurate records began being kept 127 years ago.