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Safety issues crop up during busy fall harvest season

Safety issues crop up during busy fall harvest season Oregon Farm Bureau and Pacific Power remind farmers and ranchers to keep safety first and avoid potential electrical hazards   PORTLAND, Ore.–Harvesting is well underway in many rural communities Pacific Power serves. The busy fall harvest season is one of the most productive, but also one […]

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News from Oregon Farm Bureau

With the expiration of the current farm bill at midnight on Monday, there is no authority for funding the Market Access Program or the Foreign Market Development Program. There also will be no new enrollments in the Conservation Reserve Program and the Wetlands Reserve Program. The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program will be closed until […]

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What Brew’n October 2013 – Save Big by Learining a New Skill! – soregonag@gmail.com – Gmail

LEARN TO HOMEBREW! Homebrewing is easy and fun, which is why Bear Creek Homebrew Club and Grains Beans & Things are hosting an American Homebrewers Association (AHA) Learn to Homebrew Day event. The event is free and open to the public and will be held at Grains Beans & Things, November 2, 2013. Organized by […]

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Genetically Modified Organisms – What’s All the Fuss?

Genetically Modified Organisms – What’s All the Fuss? GMOs are in the food you eat.  They are being grown here in the Rogue Valley.  Learn why local citizens are concerned and what you can do to protect your family, your food, and our economic future. Join us for two free films and a talk, 7:00 […]

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FARMERS MARKET CANCELLATION DATE – soregonag@gmail.com – Gmail

  THE DATE OF THE FARMERS & CRAFTERS MARKET CANCELLATION IS THURSDAY AUGUST 1ST DUE TO THE HEAVY SMOKE CONDITIONS IN THE VALLEY AND THE THREAT THUNDER STORMS AND HIGH WINDS SORRY FOR THE INITIAL WRONG DATE. LOTS GOING ON HERE! MARY GROVES INTERIM FAIRGROUNDS MANAGER JOSEPHINE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS via FARMERS MARKET CANCELLATION DATE – […]

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Thursday Market Cancellation Notice – soregonag@gmail.com – Gmail

DUE TO THE HEAVY SMOKE IN THE VALLEY WE ARE CANCELLING THE FARMERS & CRAFTERS MARKET FOR THURSDAY THE 25TH FOR THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF ALL INVOLVED MARY GROVES INTERIM FAIRGROUNDS MANAGER JOSEPHINE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS via Thursday Market Cancellation Notice – soregonag@gmail.com – Gmail.

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GMO panel June 27 at Medford Library 6:30 p. m.

  Jackson County Democrats will sponsor an educational forum on GMO’s that will address the principal issues and related science of Genetically Modified Organisms in layman’s terms to help citizens make informed, science-based decisions. There will be a moderator, and a panel discussion. Questions will be posed by the moderator. After the issues are covered […]

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Mystery over discovery of Monsanto-style genetically-modified wheat on Oregon farm

Field workers at an Eastern Oregon wheat farm were clearing acres for the bare off-season when they came across a patch of wheat that didn’t belong. The workers sprayed it and sprayed it, but the wheat wouldn’t die. Their confused boss grabbed a few stalks and sent it to a university lab in early May. […]

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Outdoor Growers’ Market at Downtown Grants Pass Growers Market in Grants Pass, OR on Jun 01, 2013 – EventCrazy.com

A favorite with residents and tourists, the Growers’ Market is second only to the Rogue River as an area attraction. It showcases the finest fresh fruits and vegetables growing in the Southern Oregon region, as well as secondary wood products, gourmet specialty foods, artists and crafters. Members attend from Medford, Butte Falls, Winston, Canyonville, Gold […]

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Saturday Growers and Crafters Market at Growers and Crafters Market on The Commons in Medford, OR on May 11, 2013 – EventCrazy.com

Saturdays ONLY-This open-air market features 50-70 vendors offering the finest in locally grown produce, plant starts, perennials and fresh cut flowers, along with specialty foods, meat, eggs, fresh baked items and hand-made artisan goods. You can also find a delicious and affordable lunch – everything from Greek, Mexican and Thai cuisine to freshly prepared croissants, […]

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