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Reno :: NV :: USA | 1 month ago

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The Nevada Cattlemen's Association urged its members to deny state Department of Wildlife employees access to private land to protest the agency's proposals on protecting sage grouse. The group's call on Friday for members to avoid cooperating with

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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Many cities invested heavily in infrastructure after the last drought...Wood ,  Staff writer / February 25, 2014 Sherman Oaks, Calif. Conventional water wisdom in California boils down to this: Eighty percent of the water is allocated to farmers, 20

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Merced :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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Grazing ecology and management will be the topic of a March 12 workshop to be held at McCay Hall in Catheys Valley. Debbie Wass, the University of California Cooperative Extension office manager in Mariposa County, said her office is collaborating

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College Station :: TX :: USA | 2 months ago

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Texas The following reports were compiled by AgriLife Extension Service for the week of Feb. 11: Central: The region had extremely cold weather with freezing rain and drizzle...Pecan producers finished harvesting, but many had to store pecans that

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Corvallis :: OR :: USA | 2 months ago

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The Obama administration's next executive action will seek to aid farmers who claim they are impacted by climate change. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will announce the creation of seven "climate hubs" located across the country at a White House

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College Station :: TX :: USA | 3 months ago

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The following reports were compiled by AgriLife Extension Service for the week of Jan. 22: Central: A wet winter turned dry in January. Winter rains were needed to help replenish pond and lake levels...There were reports of oat fields damaged by the

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Marsabit :: Kenya | 3 months ago

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In Summary Male-dominated decision-making hierarchies in households, academic and government institutions is to blame with the situation being worsened by the outdated traditional burdens' advertisement Women and girls from pastoralist communities

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Marsabit :: Kenya | 5 months ago

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Ms Sampere said that sericulture (the practice of harvesting silk) in north Kenya's community conservancies was becoming a real prospect for women in enhancing their incomes. advertisement Women in arid and semi-arid areas in Northern Kenya have

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Columbus :: GA :: USA | 6 months ago

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University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension educators are encouraging farmers and ranchers to consider pasture, rangeland and forage insurance for next year if they've lost forage production because of drought...Extension educator Monte Vandeveer says

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College Station :: TX :: USA | 7 months ago

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Texas The following reports were compiled by AgriLife Extension Service for the week of Sept. 24: Central: Rainfall throughout the region ranged from 1.25 to 6 inches, which was great news for those who had been waiting to plant small grains. The

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