Farmer’s Almanac Predicts Cold and Stormy Winter

A centuries-old tradition rooted in mathematical statistics, the Farmer's Almanac has unveiled its extended winter forecast, predicting a chilly and stormy season ahead. The forecast lays out key periods when bundling up, stocking up on hot chocolate, planning cozy stay-at-home days, and even organizing... Read More.

City Approves Closures for Farmer’s Markets

Local Area Revitalization Project Co-Op gets approved by the Susanville City Council to close parts of uptown to hold 13 Saturday Markets and five night markets. City Public Works Director Bob Godman said crews would close Pancera Plaza from 9 pm on Fridays to... Read More.

Susanville Farmer’s Market Kicks Off Season this Saturday

Susanville kicks off its farmers market season this Saturday. In association with the city, the Local Area Revitalization Project has planned to increase the markets this year with a total of 13 to be held each Saturday throughout summer. Organizers have also planned to... Read More.

Old Farmer’s Almanac Says Nor Cal to Have Wet Summer

The oldest weather predictor in the country says summer in northern California will be hot and rainy. The Old Farmer’s Almanac just released this summer’s prediction with data based on 30 year statistical averages from the National Oceanic and atmosphere Administration. So far we... Read More.

State Water Board Reduces Water Supplies to Farmers

State water officials tell farmers who rely on state reservoirs that they will get less than planned for this year. Only 5% of requested water supplies will be given out. Not only are farmers affected but 27 million people also rely on the state... Read More.