State and county-level data on agriculture and agricultural products. Reports and agricultural census highlights are complied from both the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the California Department of Food and Agriculture.
The following are sites from the Library of Congress American Memory collections, offering audio and graphic primary sources on California History.
The California Native American Commission links to cultural and legal resources concerning reparation of cultural objects and human remains to the tribes.
Provided by the Library of Congress, this is a short list of links to pages for the state, legislative, judicial branches and a limited number of county, regional and city pages.
Extensive collection of data on real-time and historical water matters in California, addressing both agriculture and human use. Specific information and study findings are given on regions, rivers, and bodies of water in current study. Provided by the U.S. Geological Survey.
These pages from the U.S. Census Bureau offer Demographic information on the Native American populations for the state and nation from the national census beginning with 1790.
A compilation of quick facts about California's population. Further narrow your search to individual cities of 25,000 or more using the drop-down at the top of the page or find detailed demographic, business and statistical data through the Browse Data Sets for California link.
Links from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service addressing issues about endangered species in California:
Status of the California Electricity Situation links to the legislative history, statistics, and issues surrounding the energy supply crisis in California. The site is maintained by the National Energy Information Center of the U.S. Department of Energy and has not been updated since 1999. See also the
A variety of information on air, water, waste, pesticides, and toxic minerals for the region from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Serving Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, the Pacific Islands and Tribal Nations. The home page offers current news releases.
Assembled by staff at Senator Barbara Boxer's office, the California Indian Heritage site offers a timeline, listing of tribal groups and links to many facets of Native American life and culture.
Labor statistics 'at a glance' for California covering employment rate and layoffs extracted from the U.S. Department of Labor and its Bureau of Labor Statistics. Current data is shown for last six months and can be viewed for metropolitian areas. Historical data is available through 1976 (click on the image of a dinosaur in desired category).
This site offers a variety of demographic and business data available at the state, county, and city levels. The information may also be divided by state and federal judicial districts and Congressional districts. Brought to you by FedStats, incorporating Census and other agencies' data.
Information on conservation of soils, water, air, plants, and animals in California for a variety of research and public use. Part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, current information includes post-fire restoration and snow surveys. Spanish language version available.
Directory of resources and regional offices in California for the U.S. Small Business Administration. A variety training tools and helps in starting a business are included. Also available in Spanish .
This site provides an extensive collection of links to Native American legal resources, federal and state laws, and organizations. As reservations are considered independent entities, not all links will connect to government sites.