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  1. 31% North Branch Land Trust To Hold Annual Dinner In Wilkes-barre
    Date: April 23, 2006
    Source: Times Leader

    "WILKES-BARRE -- The North Branch Land Trust is holding its seventh annual dinner Thursday at Genetti Hotel and Convention Center in Wilkes-Barre. This event is being sponsored by Luzerne National Bank. Reservations are being taken at the Land Trust office by calling 696-5545 or online at the Web site www.nblt.org. The cost is $40 per person. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for cocktails, displays and a "

  2. 31% Public Support Needed To Expand Local Produce Supply
    Date: June 22, 2006
    Source: Star-Gazette

    "Many consumers are looking for a better way to put fresh, healthy food on the table. One alternative is to seek out more locally and regionally produced foods. To help support community food systems, Cornell University has established the Community, Food and Agriculture Program."

  3. 31% Livestock Proved Great Solution To Children's Allergies
    Date: July 24, 2006
    Source: bizjournals.com Agriculture:General headlines

    " When Ken Kirkpatrick needs to unwind after a hectic day as US Bank's Washington state president, he crinkles up some maple leaves, walks slowly into his back yard and gently offers them to his family's three pet llamas. "

  4. 31% Free Trees Offered Through Chesapeake Bay Foundation
    Date: August 17, 2006
    Source: Solanco News

    "As part of its continuing efforts to reduce pollution, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) is offering free native trees and shrubs to watershed and community groups, and to private landowners throughout the Pennsylvania portion of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Streamside buffer planting projects improve water quality, stabilize banks, reduce soil erosion, and provide healthy habitat for fish and other wildlife"

  5. 31% As Farmers' Need For Loans Has Grown, So Has The Farm Credit System
    Date: October 01, 2006
    Source: Baltimore Sun

    "On the Farm -- Ted Shelsby Having endured rough economic times and substantial transformations of the agricultural industry, the Farm Credit System - the farmer-owned banking system created by Congress to serve farmers - marks its 90th anniversary this year. "

  6. 31% Gloves A Good Step For Safer Servings
    Date: November 08, 2006
    Source: Centre Daily Times

    "It has been three years since Pennsylvania's revised food safety regulations were passed requiring gloves or other barriers to be worn or used when handling ready-to-eat food. Through observations of both volunteer and retail food service establishments, it's clear the message has not been mainstreamed into the food service industry."

  7. 31% Casey Wraps Up A Busy First Month In U.s. Senate
    Date: February 01, 2007
    Source: The Morning Call

    "Freshman Democrat adjusting to schedule of simultaneous meetings. | At 9:50 Wednesday morning, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey walked into an Agriculture Committee hearing in a Senate office building. In 10 minutes, he was due in the Banking Committee. And a half-hour after that, the Special Committee on Aging, one of his five panel assignments this session, was set to kick off a hearing."

  8. 31% Nourished By A Life In Cheese
    Date: November 27, 2007
    Source: Boston Globe

    "BURLINGTON, Vt. - At the age of 48, Bob Works came to an enviable life junction. The real estate investment firm where he was partner went public, and his payout was sizable. He could have stayed with the firm, managing properties such as One Winthrop Square and State Street Bank building in Boston, or not worked another day of his ..."

  9. 31% Professionals In Midlife Turn To Cheese-making
    Date: December 31, 2007
    Source: The Barre Montpelier Times Argus

    "BURLINGTON -- At the age of 48, Bob Works came to an enviable life junction. The real estate investment firm where he was partner went public, and his payout was sizable. He could have stayed with the firm, managing properties such as One Winthrop Square and State Street Bank building in Boston, or not worked another day of his life. ... - By SARAH SCHWEITZER Boston Globe"

  10. 31% Kids Learn The Importance Of Agriculture In Davis County Area
    Date: April 23, 2008
    Source: Ottumwa Courier

    "BLOOMFIELD — Teachers at Davis County schools think they’ve found just the right celebration for their students: Ag Day. “We’re showing kids how our community is all ag-related,” said teacher Alexis Hamaker, “whether it’s the bank that gives the loan or the cafe that feeds the farmer.”"

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