Farmers restore native grasslands as groundwater disappears – Rapid City Journal

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Biologist Jude Smith appears over native grasses On the Muleshoe Nationwide Wildlife Refuge outdoors Muleshoe, Texas, on Might 18, 2021. The U.S. Division of Agriculture is encouraging farmers in a “Mud Bowl zone” That options parts of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas and Colorado to protect and set up grasslands, Which may survive drought And cease wind erosion.

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Culpeper-area schools get Agriculture in the Classroom grants – Culpeper Star-Exponent

Clint Schemmer

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Agriculture advocates worry about environmental amendment – Spectrum News NY1

The mannequin Ny Farm Bureau is urging voters to reject a proposed modification to the state’s struc…….

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Agriculture Minister says local farmers must position themselves to compensate for shortfall in imports – Antigua Observer

By Carlena Knight
Agriculture Minister Samantha Marshall believes thOn the farming sector Ought to p…….

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