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HERITAGE JOURNALS: STORIES COLLECTED BY 6TH GRADE STUDENTS OF JAQUI EICHER, 2002

Written by Nadine (Croft) Larabee

“My name is Nadine (Croft) Larabee and our family moved to Oregon in March, 1947, first living in the Grizzel place. 667 more words

Logging Weather, Solar, and Sensor Data for a Smart(er) IoT Farm

It can be difficult, as an absentee farmer, to really have a good idea of what is going on with everything that is being managed. Now true, my parents are about to retire and stay at the farm full-time, but I won’t be doing so myself any time soon. 790 more words

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House passes 2018 farm bill on second try

ㅤ"The House version also includes new work requirements for food stamp recipients, which Republicans have touted as a way to lift people up out of poverty."ㅤ 31 more words

Politics

My Friend The Donkey

On March 28th 2017 a little Donkey foal was born. His name is Patch.

Now at the time I was contemplating what to do that day, when my sisters starts banging on the door shouting “You’re a grandma!,” now, I had no clue what she would have meant at the time and was very confused. 221 more words

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HERITAGE JOURNALS: STORIES COLLECTED BY 6TH GRADE STUDENTS OF JAQUI EICHER, 2002

Written by: Shirley Johnson

“Unexpected Hot Air”

“It was a beautiful, sunny morning in Oregon. we were outside working on our little farm in Silverton. There were flowers to plant and hedges to trim. 280 more words

Scenes from a childhood...

Yep, I supposed you could have called me a sod-buster. I started my presence on this blue and white marble on a farm on the great plains of our great country. 512 more words

Scenery

Solstice!

Well, it’s raining. Again. Still.

My vegetables and flowers are so waterlogged from all the rain that I’m tempted to scrap the garden completely and start over. 186 more words