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RINLA’s “Young Nurseryman of the Year” awarded to Melissa Minto

The “Young Nurseryman of the Year” Award was presented to Melissa Minto of Watson Farm by the Rhode Island Nursery & Landscape Association (RINLA). Shannon Brawley, RINLA Executive Director said, “This prestigious award is given to promising young people in the agricultural and plant based industries.” 97 more words

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Modern Livestock Poultry Production Of

As pointed out in recent blogs-Who defines humane treatment of animals? and The ethics of livestock production. Will you do what’s right?-a few bad actors in the Texas… 286 more words

Water in the News

Registration is open for Soil and Water Conservation Society 69th International Annual Conference ‘Making Waves in Conservation’
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Soil and Water Conservation Society has released the preliminary program for the 69th SWCS International Annual Conference, “Making Waves in Conservation: Our Life on Land and Its Impact on Water,” and is now accepting conference registrations. 284 more words

Agriculture

Farmer Friday: Not All Piggies Are Pink

Hog farmers and aggies are laughing at me right now, but I’m gonna hit you guys with a fact: not all piggies are pink.

Some are red. 195 more words

Farming

The Taste in the Bud, Taste-buds That Is

I’ve grown up in a world where women are told, “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, honey!” I find that completely false.  486 more words

Agriculture

New insurance product protects pastoralists from losses due to drought in Kenya

This is rather interesting. Pastoralism is characterized as a complex system of avoiding, accounting for and taking advantage of risk, not unlike hedge fund managers in the United States. 112 more words

Africa