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The Sacramento Bee
What did you miss at the Farm-Fork Festival? Free food, plenty of beersaid the grapes are harvested at a high elevation, conditions that benefit the
The Sacramento Bee / Posted an hour ago
said the grapes are harvested at a high elevation, conditions that benefit the grapes by keeping them under plenty of sunshine during the day but cool during the night. A jalapeño-infused pear cider from Hemly Cider, which is based out of... Read more
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Miami New Times
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens in Downtown Dadelandmarijuana oil that doesn't get its users high. Before changing its medical mar
Miami New Times / Posted 2 days ago
marijuana oil that doesn't get its users high. Before changing its medical marijuana arm's brand name to Curaleaf, Costa Farms called it "Modern Health Concepts" and had been delivering medicinal cannabis and low-THC oil to patients across the... Read more
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Miami New Times
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens in Downtown DadelandToday, one South Florida firm — Costa Farms — announced it's opening its first
Miami New Times / Posted 2 days ago
Today, one South Florida firm — Costa Farms — announced it's opening its first standalone dispensary, in Downtown Dadeland, under the brand name "Curaleaf." The store is located at 9002 S. Dadeland Blvd., about two blocks south of Dadeland Mall. “As... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
There are 22,000 potential sites across Australia for Malcolm Turnbull's favourite renewable - pumped hydrotechnologies because of their lower cost, large economies of scale, low greenho
Business Insider Australia / Posted 3 days ago
technologies because of their lower cost, large economies of scale, low greenhouse emissions, and the vast availability of sunshine and wind. Although PV and wind are variable energy resources, the approaches to support them to achieve a reliable... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish couple milk an 800-strong herd in New Zealandthink off, no traffic jams and very friendly people. It definitely grows on you
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
think off, no traffic jams and very friendly people. It definitely grows on you. We also have both ski fields and 30 degree sunshine within a two hour drive, depending on the season. While here, we have progressed in farming. We started with 800... Read more
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Columbia County Observer
After Irma, Solar Power Helped Keep FL Shiningdifference," she says. "There is no noise, there is no smell, there is no gas l
Columbia County Observer / Posted 4 days ago
difference," she says. "There is no noise, there is no smell, there is no gas line. You know, you're just getting this pure sunshine coming through this line and you're able to plug in your refrigerator. We had a fan, a refrigerator, and we charged... Read more
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Canberra Times
Kitchen Garden: A Floriade 2017 previewDe Martin from Events ACT invited me to a sneak preview of this year's Floriade
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
De Martin from Events ACT invited me to a sneak preview of this year's Floriade. Last Saturday week, in late afternoon sunshine, we strode down to their Tasting Plate display. Jasmine unveiled large wooden tubs near the demo kitchen filled with... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Must-do family activities this falland toasty outfits for chilly weather adorn window displays. Don’t be fooled! A
The Times and Democrat / Posted 9 days ago
and toasty outfits for chilly weather adorn window displays. Don’t be fooled! All you need to do is get outside in the sunshine, warm breezes and canopy of tree leaves will quickly reassure you that there’s plenty of fun to be had. To... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
Must-do family activities this falland toasty outfits for chilly weather adorn window displays. Don’t be fooled! A
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
and toasty outfits for chilly weather adorn window displays. Don’t be fooled! All you need to do is get outside in the sunshine, warm breezes and canopy of tree leaves will quickly reassure you that there’s plenty of fun to be had. To... Read more
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Scotsman
Bill Jamieson: For once, the economy is better than the weathersince modern records began in 2010. The next day I caught up with news from my
Scotsman / Posted 9 days ago
since modern records began in 2010. The next day I caught up with news from my niece and her husband who run two dairy farms in the heart of Ayrshire. No slide down the Index of Economic Well-Being could capture the horrors they have endured of... Read more
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The Andalusia Star-News
Tropical Storm Irma affects crops across statefields dry before resuming harvest and determining the full extent of the storm
The Andalusia Star-News / Posted 9 days ago
fields dry before resuming harvest and determining the full extent of the storm’s damage. Russell County’s Keith Thompson farms near Seale and is a crop insurance agent. While his 200-plus acres of corn weathered 3.5 inches of rain, he said... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Clean energy the clear winner with the peopleFor a state with endless sunshine and wind, the transition to clean energy is t
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
For a state with endless sunshine and wind, the transition to clean energy is taking far too long. COMMON SENSE: "We have the technologies to repower NSW with clean energy, but the political leadership has been lacking", the author says.... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
'Yellowman Fest'? That's the plan for Hanover's Harold Watta “Yellowman Fest” at the property in October – “a thank-you Hanover party.” Lo
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 10 days ago
a “Yellowman Fest” at the property in October – “a thank-you Hanover party.” Local musicians will perform, and nearby Rosa Farms will provide food. Watt adopted his nickname long ago. He says the color symbolizes “happiness and sunshine.” Now 73,... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
During Irma’s Power Outages, Some Houses Kept The Lights On With Solar And Batteriesof solar panels installed on his roof isn’t designed to power all of it. But wi
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 10 days ago
of solar panels installed on his roof isn’t designed to power all of it. But with rationed electricity use and enough sunshine to recharge the system during the day, he believes that he would have continued to have basic power even if a repair... Read more
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Gridley Herald
Butte College celebrate 50th AnniversaryKen Grossman, owner of Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, Aaron Rodgers, NFL quarte
Gridley Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Ken Grossman, owner of Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, Aaron Rodgers, NFL quarterback, Mary Mooney, co-owner of Mooney Farms, Kory Honea, Butte County Sheriff, Mary Jane Hurtado, owner of Maisie Jane’s California Sunshine Products, Arnoldo... Read more
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Weekly Times
Sunny whey aheadHarold passed on to his two sons Keith and Ross in the late 1990s on the back o
Weekly Times / Posted 11 days ago
Harold passed on to his two sons Keith and Ross in the late 1990s on the back of industry deregulation. Back then, the Sunshine Coast hinterland property was 110ha with a herd of 80 Guernseys. Today Ross oversees on-farm factory production of... Read more
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Island Packet
Golf GlancePGA TOUR BMW CHAMPIONSHIP Site: Lake Forest, Ill. Course: Conway Farms GC. Y
Island Packet / Posted 11 days ago
PGA TOUR BMW CHAMPIONSHIP Site: Lake Forest, Ill. Course: Conway Farms GC. Yardage: 7,208. Par: 71. Purse: $8.75 million (First prize: $1,575,000). Television: Thursday-Friday, 3-7 p.m. (Golf Channel); Saturday, 1-3 p.m. (Golf Channel), 3-6 p.m.... Read more
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Western Advocate
Rude interjectors never gave presenters a chancefrom residents from the Brewongle area. A solar farm is not going to have any
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
from residents from the Brewongle area. A solar farm is not going to have any negative agricultural impact on neighbouring farms. Solar panels are far more attractive than open cut coal mines and waste heaps. My family owns a very profitable... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Owen Sound fair a long-running tradition"We have one of the largest 4-H shows in Ontario." Gilkinson said that despite
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 13 days ago
"We have one of the largest 4-H shows in Ontario." Gilkinson said that despite the trend towards larger and fewer farms, the local 4-H programs continue to hold their own as a new generation of young people get involved, many of who aren't... Read more
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The Mercury News
Wine lovers strike it rich wine tasting in Sutter Creekon the side. We’ve arrived in the charming gold country town of Sutter Creek o
The Mercury News / Posted 13 days ago
on the side. We’ve arrived in the charming gold country town of Sutter Creek on a summery Saturday, the air filled with sunshine, delicious aromas — is that bacon? — and plinking ragtime tunes, courtesy of pianists stationed in courtyards around... Read more
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Inquirier.net
World’s Best Bottura inspires local chefs’ tablePark’s Margarita Fores, The Test Kitchen’s Josh Boutwood, and for dessert Le Pe
Inquirier.net / Posted 14 days ago
Park’s Margarita Fores, The Test Kitchen’s Josh Boutwood, and for dessert Le Petit Souffle’s Miko Aspiras and Gourmandise’s Sunshine Puey. Through the ingenuity of these chefs, the evening celebrated ingredients sourced from farms around the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Top 10 spring gardens in Sydneyhistory at Netherby Cottage, the original Fagan homestead, or pop into the Eco
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
history at Netherby Cottage, the original Fagan homestead, or pop into the Eco Garden that features a fairy garden, worm farms, native plants and much more. The Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens, 100km west of Sydney’s CBD, is gearing up for its... Read more
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Columbia Star
Ditch Dweller: Peruvian Primrose–Willowherbaceous plant forms large thickets along roadsides or lakeshores and generat
Columbia Star / Posted 16 days ago
herbaceous plant forms large thickets along roadsides or lakeshores and generates pollinator traffic jams at blossoms. Sunshine bright 2.5” wide four-petaled yellow flowers are born singly at leaf axils from July to October. Plant stems and... Read more
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Advocate Tribune
River Ramblings...second largest city in Iceland, with 18,500 residents. The rest of Iceland’s po
Advocate Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
second largest city in Iceland, with 18,500 residents. The rest of Iceland’s population is spread out in small towns and farms along the fjords and mountain valleys in a country that is less than half the size of Minnesota. Reykjavik, in... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Weld County Tributes for Sept. 7Jan and her two brothers, Larry and Ken, enjoyed living, playing and working as
Greeley Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
Jan and her two brothers, Larry and Ken, enjoyed living, playing and working as they grew up on the family farm, Lind Farms. Jan was active in 4-H events winning many sewing competitions and she earned a trip to the National 4-H baking contest... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Backers of solar power want TVA to do more to promote sunshine powerGallery: Finding a place in the sun: Over the past three decades, the Tenness
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 18 days ago
Gallery: Finding a place in the sun: Over the past three decades, the Tennessee Valley Authority has cut carbon emissions from its power plants in half and set a goal of reaching a... Read more
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New Kerala
Sungrow Wins 205MW Utility-Scale Project Deal in California's Central Valley - newkerala news #269066for a utility-scale solar project in California's Central Valley. The Central
New Kerala / Posted 19 days ago
for a utility-scale solar project in California's Central Valley. The Central Valley is home to many of California's solar farms because of its abundant land space and frequent sunshine. It experiences high temperatures in the summer months,... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Fall Festival Guide: 104 fairs and festivals in the regionfree with paid parking $15 per day; more than 400 vendors at event voted one of
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 20 days ago
free with paid parking $15 per day; more than 400 vendors at event voted one of top three crafts shows in nation by Sunshine Artist magazine. www.stonemountainpark.com/events/yellow-daisy-festival. SEPT. 8-16 -Northwest Georgia Regional... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Unprecedented solar push means Sunshine State may live up to its nameFor years, solar energy has been an ironic afterthought in Sunshine State, part
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
For years, solar energy has been an ironic afterthought in Sunshine State, particularly among utilities keen on pursuing natural gas, nuclear and legacy coal options for power. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), a Washington-D.C.-based... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Child labor footnotemarks the season's closing with homage to water, boating and swimming. Whether
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
marks the season's closing with homage to water, boating and swimming. Whether by pool, river or lake, the September sunshine will be soaked up in one last commemorative ritual before the rigors of school and football retake center... Read more
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Canberra Times
States leave federal government in the shade when it comes to renewables: reportnew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
States leave federal government in the shadenew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
Daily Liberal / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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The Border Mail
States leave federal government in the shadenew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
States leave federal government in the shadenew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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The Courier
States leave federal government in the shadenew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
The Courier / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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WA Today
States leave federal government in the shade when it comes to renewablesnew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
WA Today / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
States leave federal government in the shadenew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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The Young Witness
States leave federal government in the shadenew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
The Young Witness / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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The Age
States leave federal government in the shade when it comes to renewables: reportnew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
States leave federal government in the shade when it comes to renewables: reportnew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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Western Advocate
States leave federal government in the shadenew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
Western Advocate / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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Kiama Independent
States leave federal government in the shadenew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
Kiama Independent / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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Manning River Times
States leave federal government in the shadenew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
Manning River Times / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
States leave federal government in the shadenew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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The North West Star
States leave federal government in the shadenew investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australia
The North West Star / Posted 24 days ago
new investment in generation", Matthew Warren, chief executive of the Australian Energy Council, said. New wind and solar farms, underpinned by the RET, and new rooftop solars are almost the only new capacity being added to the grid. In terms of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Not just for sushi: The push to farm seaweed off Queenslandcoast Photo:A breed of seaweed grown at the Bribie Island research facility.(A
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 25 days ago
coast Photo:A breed of seaweed grown at the Bribie Island research facility.(ABC News: Jonathan Hair) Massive farms off Queensland's coast could be growing tonnes of seaweed for the international market within the next year, an... Read more
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Miami New Times
Florida Pot Growers Might Soon Get Richthe winter and citrus in the summer. After Hurricane Andrew leveled their Redla
Miami New Times / Posted 25 days ago
the winter and citrus in the summer. After Hurricane Andrew leveled their Redland nursery in 1992, the trio rebuilt Costa Farms into a global green conglomerate that rakes in $450 million in revenues annually. The Costas count Walmart, Home Depot,... Read more
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Sedalia Democrat
Sunflower fields brighten Burkhalter Farms near WindsorA bumble bee collects pollen early Saturday morning from a sunflower field belo
Sedalia Democrat / Posted 26 days ago
A bumble bee collects pollen early Saturday morning from a sunflower field belonging to Burkhalter Farms along Upton Road, just off state Route B, near Windsor. The family has approximately 330 acres of sunflowers growing, which attracts sightseers... Read more
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Scotsman
Andrew Arbuckle: Brexit gloom is spreading on the farmsee a mist and gloominess, I wondered if we had slipped into autumn by mistake
Scotsman / Posted 26 days ago
see a mist and gloominess, I wondered if we had slipped into autumn by mistake as August is a month normally reserved for sunshine and harvest. There is no doubt a great deal of gloom around. Arable farmers have increased their grumpiness levels... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Lesotho Products a Hit At World Expoenergy sector, Ms Nkaota said that due to high altitude of the country, Lesotho
AllAfrica.com / Posted 30 days ago
energy sector, Ms Nkaota said that due to high altitude of the country, Lesotho was looking for investors to set up wind farms to generate energy. "Also, our country is blessed with above average sunshine per year, and that makes us a good... Read more
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