Tod Klunk thought he had cleared his small pond project with the local Conservation District. But then the DEP came knocking.
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The folks who manage Kettle Wind Farm in Nokesville, Virginia, let a lot of grass grow under their feet.
The difference between a destructive agricultural system and a restorative one lies largely within how the system is collectively managed by its stewards: the farmers.
If you’re an agricultural marketing professional in Maryland or an agricultural development officer in Virginia, you look forward to fall every year for one extra reason — the annual Maryland-Virginia Agriculture Development Conference.
The admirable work of Pennsylvania farmers as stewards of our natural resources was on full display last month at Ag Progress Days, alongside tremendous strides we have made in technology and science since I was a teenager on our family dairy farm.