AMY'S RANCH SLANTS Preserving a Favorite Summertime Tradition
Having my coffee in our front yard with toast and wild currant jelly that I made is one of my favorite summer pleasures.
One of the greatest pleasures of living in the country is picking berries and p... Posted on 8/6/13 at 7:46 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
It is fair week here in Pennington County. People from across the
land will now gather to sweat, rehydrate and sweat some more. They
will also have a pretty good time. The county f... Posted on 7/20/13 at 5:13 AM
WASHINGTON — Would-be farmer Carl Eggleston has been waiting nearly a decade to refile his claim against the government for the discrimination he says he faced when he tried to start a hog farm on his Virginia property.
WASHINGTON — Black farmers signaled April 1 that they will be patient while Congress and the Obama administration try to find $1.15 billion to settle USDA discrimination cases, but the administration is now under pressure to settle a similar suit brought by Native American farmers.
, April 05, 2010
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