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Hazleton incubator looks to grow
A lot has happened to the Community Association for New Business Entrepreneurship, the Hazleton area’s incubator, in the year since Jim Kelshaw has taken over the helm. CAN DO, the area’s industrial...
Read more at The Scranton Times-Tribune
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Valmont Industrial Park
Reflections of leaders
We asked our past Farm Leaders about what they intend to plant, what they've learned from their decades of work and how they implement new technology. Here's what they had to say, starting with our...
Read more at The Champaign News-Gazette
‘Digital by default’ agricultural payments halted...
QuoTWEl Reg has discovered the new flagship "digital by default" payments system for Common Agricultural Payments has been put on ice, with farmers having to go back to a paper-based system. Sources...
Read more at The Register
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Rural Payments Agency
Calvert Memorial to host evening of ‘girl talk’ f...
Susan G. Komen Maryland and Calvert Memorial Hospital invite women to come out next week and have “girl talk” about their health and learn about support systems available to help those in need as well...
Read more at South Maryland News
Parish pump Hailsham - March 13, 2015
... one of our earlier services and look forward to his officiating over many more. Hailsham FARMERS’ MARKET tomorrow, Saturday, from 9am to 12.30pm. It is almost Mothering Sunday so come along...
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Land trust shifts focus to donate food to local p...
For the past five years, the American Chestnut Land Trust has produced crops on its preserved land off Double Oak Road in Prince Frederick. With the help of volunteer farm managers and work-shares,...
Read more at South Maryland News
American Red Cross
Securing the Right to Vote at Selma Wasn't the En...
Anyone who was not a diehard white supremacist could see the march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965 for what it was: a myth in motion, advancing east through the Alabama countryside at two miles an...
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Martin Luther King
Fears for hill farms rising
A SHEEP industry boss claims landowners are 'asset stripping' the uplands by ending livestock farm holdings in favour of environmental schemes. The single-focus nature of environmental stewardship...
Read more at West Moreland Gazette
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