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Beginning Farmer News ItemsTrump official visits Rufus - Dalles Chronicle7/6/2018 5:22:58 PM
Dalles Chronicle Trump official visits Rufus Dalles Chronicle He is the second secretary to be appointed from the deep south, following in the footsteps of Mike Espy of Mississippi , who served under President Bill Clinton. #Perdue earned his doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Georgia and ... and more »
How States Can Gather Better Data for Evaluating Tax Incentives - The Pew Charitable Trusts (blog)6/27/2018 11:51:06 AM
The Pew Charitable Trusts (blog) How States Can Gather Better Data for Evaluating Tax Incentives The Pew Charitable Trusts (blog) In 2016, analysts at Mississippi's University Research Center lacked sufficient data to formally study the costs and benefits of the state's Tourism Rebate Program, but the evaluation still went on to raise concerns about the program based on economic ...
A Conference in The Center of the Organic Universe - Mother Earth News (press release) (blog)5/8/2018 10:30:26 PM
Mother Earth News (press release) (blog) A Conference in The Center of the Organic Universe Mother Earth News (press release) (blog) MOSES, the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service, holds its annual conference in La Crosse, Wisconsin every year in February on the banks of the Mississippi River at the La Crosse Center. Put this event on your ... The 2018 bill maintains ...
Farmer Givers: 3 Stories of Farmer Firefighters - Agriculture.com1/16/2018 8:51:53 AM
Agriculture.com Farmer Givers: 3 Stories of Farmer Firefighters Agriculture.com The 53-year-old Shelby, Nebraska, farmer joined the fire department in 1990 when he was a beginning farmer . ... The Cassville VFD has 38 members and serves a 54-square-mile area, including the 4,000 residents of Cassville along the Mississippi River.
Farm Income Opportunities News ItemsFamily Farm Embraces Management Transitions When a Daughter Returns - DTN The Progressive Farmer (blog)7/17/2018 10:15:00 AM
DTN The Progressive Farmer (blog) Family Farm Embraces Management Transitions When a Daughter Returns DTN The Progressive Farmer (blog) A Mississippi girl turned hair stylist living in Pueblo, Colorado, Karen had never intended to return to the farm after college and styling school. She and husband, Stephen, ... Her new routine has her traveling 1 1/2 hours to Morgan City at least ...
Mississippi River Mayors Sound Tariff Alarm - The Waterways Journal7/13/2018 10:55:31 AM
Mississippi River Mayors Sound Tariff Alarm The Waterways Journal Mayors of Mississippi River cities are warning that China's tariffs on U.S. farm products, especially soybeans, made in response to the Trump administration's tariffs on a range of Chinese products, could have major negative impacts to the farming ... and more »
Classic market represents Mississippi's modern food culture - Daily Mississippian7/12/2018 9:16:37 AM
Daily Mississippian Classic market represents Mississippi's modern food culture Daily Mississippian Since then, Chicory has expanded its enterprise to encompass nearly 20 Mississippi -based farmers and food makers, including organic practice-based Native Son Farm of Tupelo, as well as Oxford's Canebrake farm , Clear Creek Produce and Yokna Bottoms Farm ...
Agriculture a vital cog in the economy of Mississippi - Mississippi Business Journal7/5/2018 11:51:19 AM
Mississippi Business Journal Agriculture a vital cog in the economy of Mississippi Mississippi Business Journal Agriculture is the number one industry in Mississippi and employs approximately 29 percent of the state's work force either directly or indirectly, said Dr. Josh Maples, assistant professor and extension economist, Department of Agricultural Economics ...
ROGER WICKER: Farm bill supports American agriculture - Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal7/1/2018 6:41:15 PM
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal ROGER WICKER: Farm bill supports American agriculture Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal Convenient food access can make it easy to overlook the incredible challenges for our farmers , including the constant risk of extreme weather or market instability. Massive drops in net farm income shed light on the struggles that farmers have dealt ...
Fifty years after Poor People's Campaign, America's once-poorest town still struggles - NBCNews.com6/22/2018 9:24:25 AM
NBCNews.com Fifty years after Poor People's Campaign, America's once-poorest town still struggles NBCNews.com Lula Green flips a sign on the front door to "open" and offers a lesson in commerce, Mississippi Delta-style: Packaged snacks bought in bulk from Sam's Club are arranged neatly on a long table and sell for 50 cents or $1. ... April, compared with 3.9 ... and more »
Farm Resources News Items2018 On the Farm STEM Participants Announced - Farm Bureau News3/8/2018 2:05:37 PM
Farm Bureau News 2018 On the Farm STEM Participants Announced Farm Bureau News ... Mississippi ); Jamie Ricketts, Cypress Fairbanks ISD, Secondary Science Curriculum Coach (Fulshear, Texas); Kimberly Robia, Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, Secondary Science Curriculum Coach (Houston, Texas); Monelle Rougeau, Education Service Center, ...
Metal Gear Survive: How To Get Materials & Kuban Fast | Farming Guide - Gameranx (blog)2/20/2018 2:09:58 PM
Gameranx (blog) Metal Gear Survive: How To Get Materials & Kuban Fast | Farming Guide Gameranx (blog) Mississippi Will Pay Off Your Home If Purchased Before 2015Mortgage Quotes | Fetcharate. Undo. Definition · Retro Photos That Captured More Than ExpectedDefinition. Undo. The Weekly Brief | Mack Weldon · Here's Why Guys Are Obsessed With This ...
Don't Chicken Out, Lake Bluff - Daily North Shore11/1/2017 9:48:11 AM
Daily North Shore Don't Chicken Out, Lake Bluff Daily North Shore It specifically says “Histoplasmosis is a disease caused by Histoplasma capsulatum (H. capsulatum), a soil fungus prevalent in certain parts of the American continent, in particular the Ohio and Mississippi River valleys”. We agree with Mr. Boese that ... and more »
1000 Years Ago, Corn Made This Society Big. Then, A Changing Climate Destroyed It - NPR2/10/2017 5:00:02 PM
NPR 1000 Years Ago, Corn Made This Society Big. Then, A Changing Climate Destroyed It NPR About a 15-minute drive east of St. Louis is a complex of earthen mounds that once supported a prehistoric city of thousands. For a couple of hundred years, the city, called Cahokia, and several smaller city-states like it flourished in the Mississippi ... and more »
United States: The Farmer And The Data: How Wireless Technology Is Transforming Water Use In Agriculture - Mondaq News Alerts4/27/2016 11:53:14 AM
United States: The Farmer And The Data: How Wireless Technology Is Transforming Water Use In Agriculture Mondaq News Alerts 15 The second largest dead zone in the world is the Gulf of Mexico dead zone, a 6,474 square mile region that was created and continues to exist due to nitrogen and phosphorus washed into the gulf from sources along the Mississippi River; the dead zone ...
Monsanto Funds Groups to Improve Mississippi River Water - NBC Los Angeles12/8/2008 10:34:05 PM
NBC Los Angeles Monsanto Funds Groups to Improve Mississippi River Water NBC Los Angeles With a $5 million contribution from the St. Louis-based Monsanto corporation, The Nature Conservancy, the Iowa Soybean Association and Delta Wildlife will work with farmers to remove nutrients and sediment from agricultural runoff in the Mississippi ... and more »
Organic Certification News ItemsNext to Knowing Your Farmer, the Organic Label is the Best Way to Trust Your Food - GlobeNewswire (press release)12/11/2017 8:00:28 AM
GlobeNewswire (press release) Next to Knowing Your Farmer, the Organic Label is the Best Way to Trust Your Food GlobeNewswire (press release) Organic Dairy Pioneer and Straus Family Creamery Founder Albert Straus, who converted his family's dairy farm to the country's first organic dairy farm west of the Mississippi River in 1994, wants people to understand that the organic label still ... and more »