Navajo Farmland in New Mexico Has Been Without Water fir 10 Days After a Pipe Break - The Atlantic: Tens of thousands of acres of farmland on the Navajo Nation have been without water for more than week because of a broken pipeline that may not be fixed until next month.
The farmland, located in Farmington, New Mexico, is managed by the Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (NAPI) and produces products under the “Navajo Pride” brand.
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
'Farms would fail to survive without EU assistance' - Hogan - News - FG Insight: MORE TOPICS European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development�Phil Hogan has spoken exclusively to Farmers Guardian about the implications of Brexit on the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). But would farmers really be worse off if the UK left the European Union? Bruce Jobson reports.
Could a livelihood in agriculture be a way for refugees to move from surviving to thriving? | Voices and Views: Middle East and North Africa
Could a livelihood in agriculture be a way for refugees to move from surviving to thriving? | Voices and Views: Middle East and North Africa: Syrian families have been forcibly displaced and scattered across the Middle East and beyond and many of those who fled the war tell me they have lost friends, family members, and most of their possessions.
Advisory experts put diverse agriculture in spotlight | Irish Examiner: Advisory and education professionals from all over Europe will be in Limerick next month for a conference on the provision of innovation support for a diverse agriculture.
Department of agriculture hopes to spread hops growth throughout state | News | bgdailynews.com: The Kentucky Department of Agriculture is working to determine whether hops are a viable crop in the state....
Wake Up Call Allendale Advisory Center: Grain markets are lower�in mostly quiet overnight trade as the US Dollar continues to strengthen. Traders continue to monitor weather updates and world demand as rumors of quality issues in South America circulate.