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Agriculture

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  • Harford farms embrace sustainable agriculture without the 'organic' label

    Harford farms embrace sustainable agriculture without the 'organic' label
    Gone are the days when factory-produced food went unquestioned. In the age of GMOs and climate change theories, a growing number of consumers are demanding to know how their food gets from the ground to their dinner plates, and local farmers are ready...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    CHRISTOPHER LEWIS has joined the brokerage team at the NAI Summit, the Greater Lehigh Valley's only full-service commercial and industrial real estate firm servicing eastern Pennsylvania in Allentown. Lewis worked with Automatic Data Processing before...
  • SunRail-car crashes, storks, and Armstrong: Letters

    SunRail-car crashes Another car is caught in a railroad crossing while traffic engineers continue to "educate" the public or try to change long-existing traffic patterns ("SunRail train runs into SUV — no one injured," June 28). What we are...
  • China's hungry cattle feasting on alfalfa grown on Utah farm

    JENSEN, Utah It's easy to find the largest Chinese-owned hay farm in the United States. It sits 189 miles east of Salt Lake City, on a stunningly scenic bend of the Green River. After driving past the only gas station in Jensen, population 400, a...
  • Scientist's vine research could illuminate climate change

    MILWAUKEE Stefan Schnitzer wields an unusual instrument for a scientist a machete. Schnitzer, of the School of Freshwater Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, studies woody vines in the...
  • Nature's dying migrant worker

    SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY, Calif. On a cool January day in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Steve Ellis culled his sick bees. The only sounds were their steady buzz and the chuffing of the smoker he used to keep them calm as he opened the hives, one...
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  • Naperville museum to add farm history center

     Naperville museum to add farm history center
    Those who have been around Naperville long enough may still remember the days farm animals seemed to outnumber residents. Newcomers and younger generations eventually will get a glimpse of what those farming days were like as Naper Settlement moves...
  • Help Create Change...with fed by threads

    Help Create Change...with fed by threads
    Fed By Threads is changing their already sustainable lineup of organic fabrics into Organic Farm-To-Garment Cotton Apparel, which is made entirely in America. All fabrics are organically grown, spun, knitted and dyed without the use of heavy metals...
  • Coral Springs may have city staff lead economic development

    Coral Springs new economic development strategic plan advocates doing away with the city's economic development foundation (EDF) and creating a new economic development office run by city staff. Bringing economic development within the city government is...
  • Fire on Navajo grazing grounds in New Mexico continues to grow

    Fire on Navajo grazing grounds in New Mexico continues to grow
    The Assayii Lake fire continued to grow on traditional Navajo grazing land in New Mexico as firefighters braced for another day of gusting winds that are expected to hinder efforts to contain the blaze. In a posting on Facebook, firefighters said the...