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  1. Chesapeake Bay Gets A D On Annual Health Report Card
    Date: November 14, 2005
    Source: HometownAnnapolis.com

    "Fishing for striped bass in Kent Narrows on Friday, John Page Williams and his friend C.D. Dollar talked about the struggle to improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay."

  2. Forage Radish, A New Cover Crop
    Date: November 22, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "A cover crop that is receiving considerable acclaim in Pennsylvania is forage radish."

  3. Agricultural Ambassadors Pay A Visit
    Date: November 24, 2005
    Source: Delaware Online

    "MIDDLETOWN -- Farms may be getting scarce in Middletown, but interest in agriculture remains high among the younger generation. Middle- and high-school students are keeping area agricultural history alive as they board their livestock at host farms or hatch baby chicks in the classroom."

  4. Chef Kicks Up Recipe A Notch
    Date: January 09, 2006
    Source: The Sentinel

    "Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture Dennis Wolff stepped into the kitchen with Chef Dawson Flinchbaugh from Flinchy’s Restaurant of Camp Hill this weekend at the state Farm Show."

  5. State Farm Show Offers Visitors A Lot To Chew On
    Date: January 11, 2006
    Source: The Patriot News

    "Visitors to the 90th Pennsylvania State Farm Show this week might think they stumbled into a food show instead. Like the thousands of animals in the barns, visitors can graze from one end of the 25-acre complex to the other. And it's never been easier."

  6. We'll Pay Millions For A Cleaner Bay
    Date: January 26, 2006
    Source: Public Opinion

    "Flushing your toilet will get more expensive as Pennsylvania attempts to clean its streams that flow to the Chesapeake Bay. Nearly everyone in the bay watersheds will participate in a strategy that is expected to cost $8 billion initially and $1 billion a year to maintain."

  7. Forum Offers Farmers A Chance To Question Governor, State Agriculture Officials
    Date: February 05, 2006
    Source: Baltimore Sun

    "On the Farm -- Ted Shelsby If you're a farmer who's ever had the urge to take the governor out behind the barn and teach him a thing or two about agriculture, your day could be near. "

  8. Half A Century Of Saving Soil
    Date: February 17, 2006
    Source: Public Opinion

    "FRANKLIN COUNTY — Franklin County has been slipping into the suburbs of the Baltimore-Washington and Harrisburg metro areas. And a local government group, created by farmers 50 years ago this month, has kept pace."

  9. Towanda - If You Think Your Mattress Is Hard To Carry, Try Carrying A Cow's Mattress.
    Date: February 21, 2006
    Source: The Daily Review

    "Tom Zartman, one of 65 vendors at the annual Dairy Day plus Ag Expo, which is an event that was held Monday in Towanda, was selling cow mattresses made out of flakes of recycled rubber tires."

  10. Services To Needy Facing A Big Hit
    Date: February 24, 2006
    Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    "Faced with higher costs and reduced funding, food banks in Pennsylvania are poised to eliminate more than 1,400 low-income people from a program that gives them $50 worth of food every month."

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