Monthly Archives: February 2011

Rising Food Prices Part I: A Farmer’s Point of View

Rising Food Prices, A Farmer’s Point of View

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USDA Introduces Online Atlas of Rural and Small-Town America—

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the debut of an online mapping tool that captures a broad range of demographic, economic and agricultural data on rural areas across the United States.

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Bashas’ & Food City Customers Invited to Help Arizona Students with CENTennial Penny Drive

Be prepared to search through kitchen drawers and look under couch cushions for pennies, as K-8 students in Arizona start collecting pennies for the statewide CENTennial Penny Drive.

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ARIZONA AG MOMS CELEBRATE FOOD CHECK-OUT WEEK WITH NASCAR AND APPLE PIE

NASCAR Driver Kenny Wallace to join Arizona Farm Bureau
to advocate for Arizona Family Farmers & Ranchers

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Farm Bureau Support of Feeding America Breaks Records

The farm and ranch families of Farm Bureau last year raised more than $273,000 and donated more than 18 million pounds of food to hungry Americans as part of Farm Bureau’s Harvest for All program through Feeding America.

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