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June 26, 2015
Local elected officials got a personalized tour of a pair of large livestock farms upwind of their Gratiot County communities this week—farms typical of those sometimes villainized and misrepresented as careless polluters of the area’s natural resources.
June 19, 2015
A group of eight Michigan agriculture teachers, including Michigan Foundation for Agriculture 2015 Educators of the Year Joe Ankley and Michele Butler, are taking part in the National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization’s national conference, June 18-20 in Louisville, Ky.
On a recent farm tour, lawmakers from the House Agriculture Committee got a farmer’s-eye-view of two issues stunting the growth of Michigan’s farm and food sector: limited in-state processing capacity and the lack of an adequate workforce.
June 18, 2015
The state’s largest farm group is applauding today’s passage of a measure broadening the funding underpinning Michigan’s marquee environmental protection program. Originally sponsored by Dist. 81 Rep. Dan Lauwers in the Michigan House of Representatives as HB 4391, a compromise version today passed with a decisive 24-13 vote in the Senate, sending the measure to Gov. Rick Snyder’s desk.
June 12, 2015
With the 2015 growing season in full swing, farmers across the state are soon knuckling down to more than just raising everyone’s food. Members of the state’s largest agricultural organization — Michigan Farm Bureau — this month embark on the group’s annual grass-roots policy development process, which by December will define the organization’s direction for 2016.
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