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      Food & Ag Month in Michigan

      Governor Rick Snyder has proclaimed March "Food and Agriculture Month" in honor of the state's agricultural diversity and bounty. How's your farm IQ?

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      March is National Reading Month

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    Action Alert FlagThe Environmental Protection Agency has issued draft ecological risk assessments on 27 pesticides. The reviews do not reflect sound science.

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    Scott Thomas

    Brown City farmer earns state-level Young Farmer award

    March 24, 2017

    Brown City farmer Scott Thomas this week was named Michigan Farm Bureau’s 2017 Young Farmer Agriculture Employee Award winner.

    Natalie Pennington

    2017 Young Farmer Agriculture Leader Award announced

    March 24, 2017

    Mecosta County’s Natalie Pennington is the recipient of Michigan Farm Bureau’s Young Farmer Agriculture Leader Award for 2017.

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    MFB graduates latest ProFILE class

    March 23, 2017

    Michigan’s largest farm group has graduated another 18 outstanding young farmers from its marquee leadership development program, ProFILE.

    Kevin and Sarah Messing

    Huron County couple earn MFB’s 2017 Young Farmer Excellence in Agriculture Award

    March 22, 2017

    Huron County farm couple Kevin and Sarah Messing have been named recipients of MFB’s 2017 Young Farmer Excellence in Agriculture Award.

    Educators of the Year 2017

    Ottawa, Muskegon County teachers named Agriculture Educators of the Year

    March 22, 2017

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