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2015/05/22 16:26
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GAINESVILLE — Agricultural producers seeking federal crop insurance must have their Highly Erodible Land Conservation and Wetland Conservation Certification form — commonly called form AD-1026 — on...
2015/05/22 16:26
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2015/05/21 23:17
2015/05/21 23:17
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ST. PAUL, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The White House report released this week, National Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators, shined a spotlight on the need to increase the...
2015/05/21 18:31
2015/05/21 18:31
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TIPTON, Calif. (AP) - A central California farmer is holding off on harvesting his fields until thousands of imperiled tricolored baby blackbirds can fly from their nests. The Fresno Bee reports...
2015/05/21 14:45
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... Fredericksburg Farmers's Market will be open today from 4-7 p.m. Patrons are urged to note that the market has been moved to the Bethany Lutheran Church parking lot at the corner of Austin and...
2015/05/20 23:29
2015/05/20 23:29
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Feds kick in $2.7 million for C.O. canal piping projects | News - Home Feds kick in $2.7 million for C.O. canal piping projectsFor three Sisters, North Unit, Tumalo irrigation districts Piping of...
2015/05/20 15:48
2015/05/20 15:48
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By Matt Stevens, Los Angeles Times A branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture will provide $21 million to help farmers and ranchers in California and other states install new irrigation systems,...
2015/05/20 14:41
2015/05/20 14:41
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Funds for Private Landowners to Improve Wildlife Habitat and Water Quality Available This funding marks the first year in an anticipated five-year project that will provide more than $3.6 million...
2015/05/19 15:23
2015/05/19 15:23
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EQIP help available for growers with pigweed infestations To help in controlling the pest, English is recommending a two-step, two-year plan with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) for...
2015/05/19 00:36
2015/05/19 00:36
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Oregon growers and ranchers will soon be eligible for $21 million in federal funds that they can put toward new technology and other ways to combat the drought eating into revenues. The $21 million...
2015/05/18 20:09
2015/05/18 20:09
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Now this past week Governor Jay Inslee has declared a drought emergency for the entire state of Washington and has proposed a budget to combat this drought, which is going to cost nearly $9.6...
2015/05/17 18:39
2015/05/17 18:39
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CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) — Federal officials say farmers and ranchers who depend on the Ogallala Aquifer will benefit from $6.5 million in funding. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced this week...
2015/05/16 21:42
2015/05/16 21:42
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With more than two-thirds of Washington state experiencing abnormal dry conditions and more than half of the state experiencing moderate drought, Governor Jay Inslee on Friday declared a statewide...
2015/05/16 17:34
2015/05/16 17:34
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SILVERTON -- Bruce Jaquet took over management of his 193-acre farm from his father. He bought the land from his great-aunt, passed down from her father, who originally bought the land after...
2015/05/16 00:04
2015/05/16 00:04
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Eau Claire (WQOW) - A local organization is digging deep in the dirt to educate its clients about gardening. The Eau Claire Area Hmong Mutual Assistance Association is partnering with UW-Extension of...
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2015/05/15 23:57
2015/05/15 23:57
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Maia Bellon Credit: John Stang Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday declared all of Washington to be in a drought, kicking in state-backed remedial measures on a scale never seen before. People in the urban...
2015/05/15 19:29
2015/05/15 19:29
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House approves 10-year ban on sage grouse listing | News - Home House approves 10-year ban on sage grouse listingMove comes as feds open habitat grant application period Threatened sage-grouse...
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2015/05/15 05:16
2015/05/15 05:16
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A group of cheerleaders dream of competing with athletes from across the world at the Special Olympics World Games this summer in Los Angeles. Because of the trip’s high cost, the athletes are...
2015/05/15 01:48
2015/05/15 01:48
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Eastern New Mexico is one of seven priority areas to be impacted by a $6.5 million U.S. Department of Agriculture investment into water conservation and quality improvement for the Ogallala...
2015/05/14 22:12
2015/05/14 22:12
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By Ann McCreary This time of year, local ranchers are usually moving their cattle onto grazing allotments that they’ve used for years on state, federal and private lands. But this spring is...
2015/05/14 07:57
2015/05/14 07:57
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Forestry seminar set for May 30 CASTLETON � A free seminar for landowners, titled �Understanding Farm Bill Programs for Forestry and Wildlife Management,� will be offered from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 30...
2015/05/22 16:26
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