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Education a passion for N. California logger
Redding, Calif., logger Larry Strawn was instrumental in starting an annual education day in the...
Idaho lawmakers target ‘Waters of U.S.’ rule
Researchers: Vineyards may face increased pest pressure
Oregon horse diagnosed with equine herpes virus


S. Carolina women leap into cricket flour business
About half a dozen companies already are trying to capitalize on the anticipated insect-eating...
Iowa governor declares state of emergency in response to bird flu
KFC, Taco Bell parent jumps after investor buys in
N.Y. senator backs new lab to protect potato crop

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Goat-sharing program grows in Alaska
Selling unpasteurized milk is prohibited, but herd-share participants are paying for the goat, and...
Logging education day stresses technology
Frost worries fade to surplus apple worries
Basketball tradition returns with next generation


Raisin marketing order faces skeptical Supreme Court justices
The Supreme Court seems poised to strike down at least part of the California raisin marketing...
TPP trade agreement deserves support
Common sense means more water storage
Craters of the Moon — What’s in a name?

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Orchard makes its own cider as a drawing card
Cabalo Orchard makes its own cider as a drawing card.
Science backgrounds help organic farmers
Brothers move from hop farming to distribution
Small apple orchard keeps owners busy