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1 Soil Health Center goes virtual at Empire Farm Days | Cornell Chronicle
2 Cornell to lead soil health conversation at Empire Farm Days | Cornell
3 Empire Farm Days showcases soil health efforts | Cornell Chronicle
4 15 best apple and pumpkin picking farms near NYC
5 Empire Farm Days set for August 6-8
6 Roadmap points way to better soil health in New York | Cornell Chronicle
7 Hemp a Hot Commodity at NY's Empire Farm Days
8 Calendar | Local News |
9 Brazil coffee farmers see losses from drought in 2021 crop
10 Soft and dainty in the house of paranoid
11 Farmers Learn Legal Aspects of NY DOT Regulations
12 Nine Farms Growing Hemp in CNY – Oswego County Business Magazine
13 World history: These are among the most important global events to happen annually since 1920
14 The World’s Most Important Event Every Year Since 1920
15 Toys at Any Age: John's Toys Focuses on Farming
16 Jack Williams Tire adds second downtown Scranton location
17 Pennsylvania Farm Show to Go Virtual Because of Pandemic
18 Brand Moves for Friday September 4
19 Geneva farms get 'Lake Friendly' designation | News |
20 Skaneateles Farm Earns Recognition for Green Effort
21 Number of coronavirus cases at Madison County farm up to 139, officials say more cases likely
22 Dairy Farmers Work Hard to Keep Communities Fed
23 The world's largest indoor vertical farm is addressing food inequity
24 FARMING: Waterloo new location for 2020 NYCO meetings | Farm |
25 White People Own 98 Percent of Rural Land. Young Black Farmers Want to Reclaim Their Share.
26 Wickham's Fruit Farm First on Long Island to Win Top State Environmental Award
27 Guest essay: Dairy producers keep working through pandemic
28 Why a new generation of Black farmers is getting into the business
29 Council, residents look to salvage organics recycling amid budget cuts
30 Horticultural SSL news: Ospraie invests in CubicFarms; DLC revisions and more
31 Farmers Maintaining Sunny Disposition Despite Rain
32 The Cold War Bunker That Became Home to a Dark-Web Empire
33 Andi Novick & Brian Farmer: Fighting for Craft Cannabis In New York
34 Coronavirus in New York: Live Updates (Archive)
35 By Reconnecting With Soil, We Heal the Planet and Ourselves
36 RealEats Snags Top Food Innovation Prize | Northern Region
37 School kid scientists propose experiments for International Space Station
38 Cooler cows, hotter milk market | News |
39 Full Transcript: Mike Pence’s R.N.C. Speech
40 Sweet Corn Growing Late
41 USDA let millions of pounds of food rot while food-bank demand soared
42 Thanksgiving 2019: Finding Fresh Farm-Raised Turkeys | Rivertowns
43 Smithfield closes pork plant indefinitely; hot spot for coronavirus
44 CCCSR Blessing of the Soil Event – A Virtual Event
45 Stone crusher draws crowds | News |
46 Steuben County Agriculture
47 MicroGen Biotech raises €3.47m to reduce heavy metals in soil
48 The Grapelord of Napa Faces a Threat Worse Than Plague
49 Coronavirus live updates: Cuomo extends shutdown, opens beaches for Memorial Day weekend
50 Wasted Potential: New York City's food recycling failures exacerbate climate crisis
51 Listen to ‘1619,’ a Podcast From The New York Times
52 Food Tank's Winter 2020 Recommended Food Book Reading List
53 What a Green New Deal would look like in every state
54 Alana Keppler: One of a Kind | The Heart of the Farm is the Family
55 The Future of Our Food Supply
56 Corrells named Outstanding Conservation Farm Family of the year
57 Learning From the Kariba Dam
58 Support These 50+ Organizations Helping Restaurants, Workers, and Farmers Survive COVID-19
59 Red Hook Community Farm Receives $25,000 NYS Grant
60 Rowan Farmland Protection Plan could preserve agricultural space for decades to come
61 2020 Soil and Water Conservation Stewardship Week
62 Mastronardi Produce acquires Double Diamond Farms greenhouse supply
63 Will This Bee the Year New York Tackles Neonics?
64 Johnson calls for mandated organics recycling in climate focused Council agenda
65 Genetics, not field conditions, makes hemp 'go hot' | Cornell Chronicle
66 Dog days of summer arriving
67 Giving Good Grains a Better Future
68 Cornell's Southwest New York, Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops team taking shape
69 NEWSMAKER: Meet the New Yorker writing the Democrats' climate bill
70 Planting the seeds of digital agriculture: Startup bets the farm on Microsoft’s new ag tech platform
71 An unprecedented investment NY awards $10M in grants to 6 Genesee Valley farms
72 Corteva Agriscience Announces 2030 Sustainability Goals to Increase Agricultural Resiliency
73 Longtime Cutchogue Farmer Receives Proclamation from Suffolk County Legislature For Prestigious Award
74 MBS: The Rise of a Saudi Prince
75 North Texas lavender farm supports veterans through outdoor therapy
76 GreenTree hosting Farm to Garden Days | Garden |
77 6 places to go apple picking near NYC (without a car)
78 CCE sows seeds to grow urban agriculture | Cornell Chronicle
79 Texas Crop and Weather Report – June 9, 2020
80 The Barbaric History of Sugar in America
81 What Does Independence Look Like? Images From the Year of Africa
82 Christmas tree farmer: Industry has 'tremendous potential to grow'
83 How devastating pandemics change us
84 Garden Center's Business Blossoms During Pandemic
85 The Earsplitting Tractor
86 EULOGY FOR KING COAL: The senseless shuttering of Somerset station
87 7 urban agriculture start-ups worth keeping an eye on
88 The Daily 202: Simulations before coronavirus foreshadowed infighting between agencies in pandemic response
89 Has Trump made upstate great again? | CSNY
90 Morning Briefing for Monday, March 16, 2020
91 Wind farm project proposed for southern McLean County
92 The Quest for Better Beef
93 Hot Wheels Are a Hot Collectible | Antiques & History
94 Coronavirus live updates: Hospitalization rate a hurdle to reopening
95 Duke University questions contamination at Alcoa's former Badin Works site
96 11 Months From Today
97 Rockland Health Officials Offer Free Radon Testing Kits
98 It's blueberry harvesting time
99 Meat Plant Problems: Processing Facilities, Union Leaders Working to Reopen
100 The People Who Profited Off the Trail of Tears