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  1. 73% Juicy Fruit
    Date: August 01, 2007
    Source: Boston Globe

    ""Native peaches are kind of a little-known secret," says Frank Carlson, a partner with his two brothers in Carlson Orchards in Harvard. The orchard grows nine varieties on the 120-acre mixed fruit orchard. Their six-week harvest is just getting started. "We pick our peaches as close to tree-ripe as possible," says Carlson. Larger growers in California and the Southeast pick ..."

  2. 71% Governors Rendell, Kaine, Manchin, O'malley Sign 'highlands Action Program' Charter
    Date: April 12, 2007
    Source: U.S. Newswire via Yahoo! News

    " Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell, Virginia Governor Timothy M. Kaine, West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin III and Maryland Governor Martin J. O'Malley today announced the signing of the Highlands Action Program charter, a regional partnership that seeks to preserve the ecological and cultural resources of the Mid-Atlantic Appalachian Highlands."

  3. 71% Highland Places Premium On Upscale, Eco-friendly Living
    Date: November 17, 2008
    Source: bizjournals Agriculture:General headlines

    "Howard County’s Highland, a seven-mile stretch of small farms and open space dotted with handsome homes, is Greater Baltimore’s wealthiest ZIP code, according to Baltimore Business Journal research. Residents of 20777 possess a median household income of $106,128 and reside in homes with a median value of $701,340. Highland residents enjoy rural small-town living with a decidedly upscale and, in one pocket, eco-friendly twist. "

  4. 58% Agriculture Shows Off
    Date: January 05, 2006
    Source: Public Opinion

    "The apple polishers are at it again, trying to impress the Pennsylvania Farm Show judges. Dwight Mickey, orchard manager at Shatzer's Orchard, on Wednesday shined each of the 72 apples in his bushel of yellow delicious with the remnant of a cotton T-shirt."

  5. 58% Apple Orchard Takes A Bite At Organic
    Date: May 16, 2011
    Source: pennsylvania agriculture - Yahoo! News Search Resu

    "PLEASANT MOUNT - An apple orchard on a Wayne County farm predating the Civil War may find new life as an organic operation."You take a chance with any agriculture," said Dolores O'Neill, who operates a commercial orchard about 13 miles north of Waymart."

  6. 58% Weather Takes A Bite Out Of Apple Harvest
    Date: September 19, 2012
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Buy this photo Jan Bailey, left, of the Elder Stubbs Heritage Orchard and Phil Milner, a member of the Restore Garden group, with some of the apples damaged by the weather Apple growers, cider producers and orchard owners across the county say their harvest is one of the worst they can remember."

  7. 54% Meetings Set To Aid Preservation Of Portion Of Highlands Region
    Date: October 22, 2005
    Source: Reading Eagle/Reading Times

    "While many people in Berks County know of Mount Penn and Neversink Mountain, few may realize those features form part of a much larger mountainous region known as the Highlands."

  8. 54% Local Input Guides Conservation Efforts In Pennsylvania’s Highlands
    Date: November 07, 2005
    Source: Pottstown Mercury

    "Caitlin Nallo, Lindsey Bobb and Michael Bobb of Birdsboro canoe across Hopewell Lake. POTTSTOWN -- When forest and park land in this area is protected under the federal Highlands Conservation Act, the parcels chosen for preservation will have, in many ways, been chosen by the residents themselves."

  9. 50% Saving The Orchard
    Date: December 21, 2005
    Source: Waynesboro Record Herald

    "SHADY GROVE - Antrim Township and Franklin County took a giant step Tuesday toward protecting open space from development. The township and county announced the purchase of more than 176 acres at Tracey's Orchard through the farmland preservation program."

  10. 50% Orchards Grow Year-round Business
    Date: May 27, 2007
    Source: The Republican

    "SOUTHAMPTON - As the Bashista Orchards and Cider Mill marks 80 years of business and begins to move from one generation to the next, it is also entering a new venture - as a year-round business."

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