THIS WOMAN WRITES Homeland: The Story of This Painting
The story of the painting, Homeland 1, by Steve Henderson, at Start Your Week with Steve:
Some of those old sayings get uttered so much, we no longer hear what they're saying,
"Home is where the h... Posted on 4/22/14 at 1:27 PM
STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Snow Cover
It's a sunny day over much of the upper-midwest this afternoon. Therefore, most of the "white" you see in the image below is snow cover. I thought it would give you all a perspective on who has snow a... Posted on 3/15/11 at 4:37 PM
The Australian government has sided with farmers who say official data vastly underestimates foreign ownership of the nation’s farmland, as it moves to clamp down on overseas purchases of agricultural land.
A proposal by the South African government to limit farm size to 12,000 hectares is a "negotiating tactic" as it tries to press ahead with the redistribution of land to black farmers, the minister of agriculture says.
In a normal year, many Upper Midwest farmers and landlords already would have agreed on 2015 rental rates for cropland and pasture. In a normal year, agricultural producers, bankers and economists would have a pretty good handle on rate trends for the new year.
As North Dakota officials met in Bismarck to approve new oil conditioning standards and to discuss the drop in crude oil prices, landowners from the Oil Patch gathered at a separate meeting to review a different side of the Bakken oil boom — spills, soil contamination and landowner rights.
An initiated measure to dedicate a small portion of North Dakota’s oil tax revenue to conservation either is unnecessary or essential depending on who’s talking, attendees at a discussion on Measure 5 heard Monday night in the Manvel Community Center.
North Dakota’s agriculture commissioner said Oct. 16 he will ask the state Legislature for funding for two inspectors to help resolve complaints from landowners, farmers and ranchers unhappy with how their land has been restored around pipelines.
The Grand Forks County Board of Equalization gave the green light to highly contentious farmland valuations at a meeting Tuesday.
The average valuation will be about 1 percent less than the 2013 average.
The mood was tense at the Grand Forks County Office Building Thursday where the county commissioners went against the majority of the audience in their recommendations to address rising land valuations.
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