Articles by: Scott Greenwood-Meinert

Groundwater Legislation Not Sinking

As California’s severe drought deepens legislation moves upstream in Sacramento regarding groundwater.  Historically the State of California has not had jurisdiction over groundwater, but with serious groundwater depletion issues in most of the key agricultural regions exacerbated by this historic drought, the current is now sweeping us all toward State oversight of this precious resource.  […]

Groundwater Legislation Not Sinking

As California’s severe drought deepens legislation moves upstream in Sacramento regarding groundwater.  Historically the State of California has not had jurisdiction over groundwater, but with serious groundwater depletion issues in most of the key agricultural regions exacerbated by this historic drought, the current is now sweeping us all toward State oversight of this precious resource.  […]

New Legislation to Help California Grapegrowers Collect

To be a winegrape buyer you have to get a processors license from the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s market Enforcement Branch (the “MEB”).  When a buyer doesn’t pay for the grapes though, the seller can resort to a lawsuit or the seller can file a complaint with the MEB under the Processors Law. […]