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Code of Federal Register

The Rural Business-Cooperative Service (Agency or RBS) published an interim rule in the Federal Register on February 11, 2011. Through this

12/26/2019

Australia needs ‘constant improvement in farming technology’

News.au

The Institute of Public Affairs’ Gideon Rozner says "I actually support the overturn of the ban" on genetically modified crops. It comes after

11/24/2019
Tofurky Trots offer alternative Thanksgiving races for vegetarians

Tofurky Trots offer alternative Thanksgiving races for vegetarians

Inhabitat

The average American consumes about 3,000 calories at Thanksgiving dinner, so it is no wonder that Turkey Trots have caught on around the nation.

11/22/2019

Thresholds on private power generation impeding agribusinesses

South African Engineering News

While the current regulations on private embedded energy generation have aided many agricultural operations in cutting their energy costs

11/24/2019
LDS leaders want to turn community garden into parking lot. Neighbors are fighting back.

LDS leaders want to turn community garden into parking lot. Neighbors

Salt Lake City Tribune

The Outreach Community Garden covers 1.5 acres embedded inside an east Salt Lake City block, where neighbors have tended dozens of plots for 43

11/24/2019

Dr Jacqueline Rowarth: Is organic food chemical-free?

New Zealand Hearld

Comment: Soil scientist Dr Jacqueline Rowarth takes a look at the concerns around the use of chemicals in food production. Chemical-free and

11/21/2019

Partnerships with the private sector are vital for boosting global

United Nations

FAO Director-General, Qu Dongyu, said today partnerships with the private sectors are vital for raising production and nutrition levels for the

11/22/2019

U.S. Indicts Chinese National Who Allegedly Stole Farming Software

Yahoo

The U.S. has charged a Chinese national with stealing trade secrets for China, the Department of Justice announced Friday.Haitao Xiang, 42,

11/22/2019
This Turkish chef is fighting climate change with the help of Syrian refugees

This Turkish chef is fighting climate change with the help of Syrian

Environmental magezine and event

From her office window in Mardin, a city in southeastern Turkey, chef Ebru Baybara Demir gazes out over the arid plains of upper Mesopotamia, a

11/22/2019

In food security study researchers highlight collaboration with Native

University of California, Berkeley

Tribal Food Security Project Team Members from Karuk, Yurok and Klamath Tribes; UC Berkeley, US Forest Service, UC Cooperative Extension and

11/22/2019


Tofurky Trots offer alternative Thanksgiving races for vegetarians

Agriculture

Tofurky Trots offer alternative Thanksgiving races for vegetarians

LDS leaders want to turn community garden into parking lot. Neighbors are

Agriculture

LDS leaders want to turn community garden into parking lot. Neighbors are

This Turkish chef is fighting climate change with the help of Syrian

Agriculture

This Turkish chef is fighting climate change with the help of Syrian

New Tool to Advance State Policies to Get Kids Outside Launched

Science

New Tool to Advance State Policies to Get Kids Outside Launched

Williams Advanced Engineering helps JCB secure Tractor Speed World Record

Agriculture

Williams Advanced Engineering helps JCB secure Tractor Speed World Record

Observing black hole symphony using gravitational wave astronomy

Astronomy

Observing black hole symphony using gravitational wave astronomy