Environmental Information
 for the California Almond Industry
Endangered Species and the California Almond Industry
 

At present, there are more than 350 species in California that either have been formally listed or have been proposed for endangered or threatened status.  In almonds, 25 endangered, threatened or candidate species have been identified by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (CDPR).  About 15-20 crop protection chemicals used in almonds have been, or are scheduled for, endangered species impact evaluations by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA.) The current roster of products  include many of the insecticides and miticides needed in almond production.

For a listing of endangered species identified in almond-producing regions, click here.

Current Almond Board Activity

Current regulatory and legislative activities click here.

Endangered Species Act in the news--click here for the latest headlines on Endangered Species Act issues affecting California almond growers

For more information on the Almond Board's Environmental Committee, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ESA plays growing role in use of crop protection tools by almond growers - -
At least 20 pesticides used by almond growers might be impacted by lawsuit decision
 Click here to download newsletter on what ESA means to almond growers (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

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