Monthly Archives: June 2013

80 Things You Need to Know about Agriculture: Week 24

Join the celebration! You can help us recognize eight decades of industry progress by sharing facts or a link to the blog on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. #52 Nationally-recognized programs such as first lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s … Continue reading

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Happy Pollinator Week!

This week we celebrate the seventh annual national Pollinator Week! During this weeklong occasion, organizations and individuals will be participating in programs and activities that highlight the important work of pollinators.   Pollinators, especially honey bees, have an immense impact … Continue reading

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80 Things You Need to Know about Agriculture: Week 23

Join the celebration! You can help us recognize eight decades of industry progress by sharing facts or a link to the blog on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. #50 Lower blood pressure, reduced risk of heart disease and … Continue reading

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80 Things You Need to Know about Agriculture: Week 22

Join the celebration! You can help us recognize eight decades of industry progress by sharing facts or a link to the blog on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook.   #47 The tools used in modern agriculture can help … Continue reading

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To Market We Go

Farmers markets around the U.S. are once again open for the summer, heralding a time for strawberries, asparagus, green beans, apricots and other items that consumers have been waiting for all year. There are many reasons why farmers markets have … Continue reading

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80 Things You Need to Know about Agriculture: Week 21

Join the celebration! You can help us recognize eight decades of industry progress by sharing facts or a link to the blog on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. #45 Bananas, apples, oranges, grapes and strawberries are the most … Continue reading

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