California Bountiful Stories and features from the nation's number one agricultural state.
A Must watch ....The Popular and Hit Show "California Bountiful" This Hit Show "California Bountiful" runs five times a day, seven days a week between 12:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. on your local Comcast Channel 7 or you can watch on our Live-Stream on both our website and YouTube. Foothill 7 Television Placerville, California
About California Brountiful
California Bountiful Television
California Bountiful TV is a 30-minute weekly program that features stories on the people, places and lifestyles that have made California the nation's largest food-producing state. Produced by the California Farm Bureau Federation, California Bountiful is the latest in the organization's long-running commitment to promoting the importance and incomparable bounty of food, fiber and flowers grown in California. Farm Bureau has produced regularly scheduled television programs since 1964. California Bountiful airs on dozens of broadcast stations, cable outlets and satellite services.
California Bountiful Magazine
California Bountiful magazine promotes connections between farm and city, introducing readers to farmers, ranchers, chefs and others who bring us food and farm products; visiting towns and locations that are hidden gems; featuring mouth-watering recipes that include California-grown products; sharing gardening tips from experts; and more. The bimonthly magazine is available to associate members of Farm Bureau and to supporters of the California Bountiful Foundation.
California Farm Bureau Federation
The California Farm Bureau Federation is a non-governmental, non-profit, voluntary membership organization dedicated to protecting California's family farms and ranches. Membership is open to all people who share this goal, whether you live on a farm, in the city or somewhere in between. Visit www.joinfb.com to learn about becoming a member.
California Bountiful Foundation
The California Bountiful Foundation promotes outreach, education and research to cultivate a better understanding of the many benefits our rural landscapes provide to all Californians. To learn more and to join the foundation in its work, see www.californiabountiful.org.