Sustainability Isn't New

Eddy, David
February 2011
American Fruit Grower;Feb2011, Vol. 131 Issue 2, p20
The article discusses how California almond growers have been adopting sustainability practices as of February 2011. According to Dan Sonke, a senior scientist for SureHarvest, about 100 almond growers have participated in the California Almond Sustainability Program (CASP). Sure Harvest is partnering with the Almond Board of California in the implementation of CASP. Matt Angel, an almond grower, believes that CASP will provide important information for buyers.


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