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The News & Observer
Bird flu threat cancels Eastern Triangle Farm Tour | News & Observer August 24, 2015 10th annual event was scheduled for Sept
Bird flu threat cancels Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
The News & Observer / Posted 4 days ago
| News & Observer August 24, 2015 10th annual event was scheduled for Sept. 19-20 Avian flu not contagious for humans and not in North Carolina... Read more
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Anderson Independent-Mail
Goats battle invasive species on Clemson campusCLEMSON - CLEMSON — Kudzu and Chinese privet don’t belong here and Clemson Univ
Goats battle invasive species on Clemson campus
Anderson Independent-Mail / Posted 7 days ago
CLEMSON - CLEMSON — Kudzu and Chinese privet don’t belong here and Clemson University has brought in a pack of goats to do something about it. Invasive plant species are problematic throughout the Southeast, crowding out native plants along... Read more
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indieWIRE
The Indiewire 2015 Fall Preview: The 15 Films We've Already Seen (And You Won't Want to Miss) By Indiewire | IndiewireWed Aug 19 12:00:00 EDT 2015 Our first peek at the f
The Indiewire 2015 Fall Preview: The 15 Films We've Already Seen (And You Won't Want to Miss)
indieWIRE / Posted 9 days ago
By Indiewire | IndiewireWed Aug 19 12:00:00 EDT 2015 Our first peek at the fall season surveys the films we've had a chance to check out and heartily... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Clemson University's newest landscapers: GoatsClemson University has some new landscapers on campus, armed with teeth, hooves
Clemson University's newest landscapers: Goats
FOX Carolina / Posted 9 days ago
Clemson University has some new landscapers on campus, armed with teeth, hooves and horns. Dozens of goats are eating their way through the kudzu and poison ivy that is once again invading university’s grounds, officials said. The goats were... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Community fights plans to move coal ash to clay minesSANFORD, N.C. (AP) - David Holland is preparing for the worst. He knows the pro
Community fights plans to move coal ash to clay mines
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 13 days ago
SANFORD, N.C. (AP) - David Holland is preparing for the worst. He knows the property adjoining his 37-acre North Carolina farm could soon be filled with workers getting ready to bury millions of tons of coal ash from Duke Energy waste pits spread... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Community fights plans to move coal ash to clay minesSANFORD, N.C. (AP) - David Holland is preparing for the worst. He knows the pro
Community fights plans to move coal ash to clay mines
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 13 days ago
SANFORD, N.C. (AP) - David Holland is preparing for the worst. He knows the property adjoining his 37-acre North Carolina farm could soon be filled with workers getting ready to bury millions of tons of coal ash from Duke Energy waste pits spread... Read more
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The News & Observer
Family comes by farming naturally at Cedar Grove blueberry orchard | News & Observer August 8, 2015 Brother, sister and her husband bought la
Family comes by farming naturally at Cedar Grove blueberry orchard
The News & Observer / Posted 15 days ago
| News & Observer August 8, 2015 Brother, sister and her husband bought land for Cedar Grove Blueberry Farm in... Read more
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Columbia Star
All About AgricultureJuniper Restaurant’s Brandon Velie was voted 2015 Top Chef Palmetto Palate atte
All About Agriculture
Columbia Star / Posted 29 days ago
Juniper Restaurant’s Brandon Velie was voted 2015 Top Chef Palmetto Palate attendees voted Juniper Restaurant’s Brandon Velie of Ridge Spring, SC the 2015 Top Chef. He was among a dozen other local chefs participating in the South Carolina Farm... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Community News, July 30On July 18, nine students, including six from Polk County High, completed the t
Community News, July 30
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 29 days ago
On July 18, nine students, including six from Polk County High, completed the three-week Cannon Music Camp at Appalachian State University in Boone. The students received full funding from the Laurel Lake Music Society and the residents of Tryon... Read more
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KBTX 3 Bryan/College Station
Grass at Kyle Field Laid Down as Redevelopment Nears CompletionTEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY - To play football, you need a field. Starting Wednesday,
Grass at Kyle Field Laid Down as Redevelopment Nears Completion
KBTX 3 Bryan/College Station / Posted 30 days ago
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY - To play football, you need a field. Starting Wednesday, the home of Texas A&M football is getting its new one. The first set of grass for what will be the third field in the $485 million redevelopment of Kyle Field was laid... Read more

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