Meet Your Partners in Growth Series: Mikeal Parker

Most boys love playing with Tonka trucks in the dirt. And some boys never grow out of it. Gypsum Pit Forman Mikeal Parker has been playing in the dirt at Holloway for more than 25 years and shows no signs of abandoning that playful spirit.

Meet Your Partners in Growth Series: Brooke Ranes

The first thing you need to know about Sales and Account Manager, Brooke Ranes is that she’s a problem solver. Brooke has a mind for logistics and is solutions driven, something any grower can appreciate in an ever-evolving landscape.

Crop Update: Hull Split in Almonds is Here

As of July 14, hull split is finally starting to show on some almond blocks in the south Valley, weeks later than we traditionally see due to the wet weather and cooler temperatures affecting this season.

Volunteers Help Remove 200 Tons of Dirt, Flood Debris from Oceano Ranch

Volunteers from The Holloway Group and Team Rubicon spent much of Saturday helping remove more than 200 tons of debris and dirt from the flood-plagued Cardoza Ranch in Oceano. All 12 acres of Pat and Vickie Cardoza’s ranch was flooded – by as much as 10-15 feet of water in some areas – in mid-January when storm runoff in Arroyo Grande Creek ran over a failing levee and flooded their home and farmland south of Oceano.

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