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Business Standard India
Maharashtra to set up 'apparel park' in Amravati: CM Devendra Fadnavistextile industries in suicide-prone region of Vidarbha to give a value addition
Maharashtra to set up 'apparel park' in Amravati: CM Devendra Fadnavis
Business Standard India / Posted 12 hours ago
textile industries in suicide-prone region of Vidarbha to give a value addition and alternate market linkage to the cotton growers of the region, on the lines of sugarcane belt of Western Maharashtra, to prevent farmers' suicide in the... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Impending state cuts likely to impact all speciesthe past when we had a lot of oil money around," said Julie Decker, executive d
Impending state cuts likely to impact all species
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted yesterday
the past when we had a lot of oil money around," said Julie Decker, executive director of the Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation. AFDF believes mariculture could be a $1 billion industry in Alaska in 30 years. There are 56 sea farms operating... Read more
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The Mercury News
Carolyn Livengood: Skyline College in San Bruno launches partnership with Base 11for sale. Some markets even feature locally raised beef and pork, provided by r
Carolyn Livengood: Skyline College in San Bruno launches partnership with Base 11
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
for sale. Some markets even feature locally raised beef and pork, provided by ranchers such as the Markegard family." Many growers and ranchers like to share recipes and/or suggestions on how to prepare their foods. This is also an opportunity to... Read more
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Capital City Weekly
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaperthe past when we had a lot of oil money around,” said Julie Decker, executive d
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaper
Capital City Weekly / Posted 3 days ago
the past when we had a lot of oil money around,” said Julie Decker, executive director of the Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation. AFDF believes mariculture could be a $1 billion industry in Alaska in 30 years. There are 56 sea farms operating... Read more
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The Norwich Gazette
Norfolk farm leaders get their duethan six decades, taking over the family farm from his father. He became a heav
Norfolk farm leaders get their due
The Norwich Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
than six decades, taking over the family farm from his father. He became a heavy hitter with the Ontario Flue-Cured Tobacco Growers' Marketing Board. During a mission to Egypt, Zei helped negotiate a contract for 10 million pounds of tobacco. Back... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Norfolk farm leaders get their duethan six decades, taking over the family farm from his father. He became a heav
Norfolk farm leaders get their due
Delhi News Record / Posted 12 days ago
than six decades, taking over the family farm from his father. He became a heavy hitter with the Ontario Flue-Cured Tobacco Growers' Marketing Board. During a mission to Egypt, Zei helped negotiate a contract for 10 million pounds of tobacco. Back... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Norfolk farm leaders get their duethan six decades, taking over the family farm from his father. He became a heav
Norfolk farm leaders get their due
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 12 days ago
than six decades, taking over the family farm from his father. He became a heavy hitter with the Ontario Flue-Cured Tobacco Growers' Marketing Board. During a mission to Egypt, Zei helped negotiate a contract for 10 million pounds of tobacco. Back... Read more
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Philly.com
Medical marijuana competition in NJ lowers prices, brings new business vibeoffered discounts and specials that knocked the average price of $489 an ounce
Medical marijuana competition in NJ lowers prices, brings new business vibe
Philly.com / Posted 20 days ago
offered discounts and specials that knocked the average price of $489 an ounce down to the $300 range, more in line with Western states. The fresh competition has caused prices to tumble among the state's five dispensaries. After opening in a... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Some Central Valley farmers face severe water shortages despite easing droughtreceive 100 percent of their contracted water deliveries. That’s an improvement
Some Central Valley farmers face severe water shortages despite easing drought
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 29 days ago
receive 100 percent of their contracted water deliveries. That’s an improvement from last year, when rice farmers and other growers with senior water rights in the Sacramento Valley received at least a 25 percent cut in deliveries of water kept in... Read more
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