Monthly Archives: December 2021

Government bets big on agriculture to reshape rural economy

The allocation for the agricultural sector in the next budget is expected to see a significant increase as the government has taken various initiatives for this vital sector to ensure food security, increase farmers’ incomes and create jobs and thus improve the way of life of the people. rural poor. …

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Police warning rural community of Hertfordshire after £ 1,000 in tractor damage and a series of thefts

Herts Police have issued a warning to the county’s rural community after numerous incidents of theft and attempted theft of farm equipment. On the night of Wednesday, December 29 to Thursday, December 30, it is believed that a group of delinquents traveled to an area of ​​Maple Cross in an …

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Thieves target farm equipment in Three Rivers

About £ 1,000 of damage was caused to a tractor in Maple Cross as thieves attempted to steal equipment from it. Hertfordshire Constabulary said thieves targeted the vehicle on the night of Wednesday 29 December to Thursday 30 December. It is believed that they were attempting to remove the satellite …

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Get loans up to 3 Lakhs for breeding under the Pashu Kisan credit card

Pashu Kisan Credit Card 50,454 Kisan credit cards (KCC) have been distributed until December 17, 2021, as part of a national financial assistance program for breeders. The AHDF KCC national campaign started on November 15, 2021 and will run until February 15, 2022. According to the government, KCC camps are …

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Climate change concerns raised | Life on the farm

Alderman McCready said, “I have found all of the farmers I have spoken to were happy to have the opportunity to voice their concerns and discuss solutions. I also really appreciated the opportunity to talk to them. I support their efforts so far by trying to make their farms part …

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Pailin authorities urge the Ministry of Rural Development to implement a rural water sanitation project

The Provincial Director of Rural Water Supply, Health and Sanitation and Governor of Pailin Province encouraged the Department of Rural Development to continue its efforts to implement activities in the field of rural development. rural water and sanitation for all in 2023. Pailin Deputy Governor and Chairman of the Provincial …

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Rural development wants rural areas prepared for disasters | Agriculture

When a tornado, flood or other disaster strikes, rural leaders may not know that rural development can help. Molly Hammond, Acting State Director for Rural Development for Illinois, emphasizes that they don’t have to wait for disaster. In fact, it’s better if they don’t. “There are programs to prepare. They …

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Biden Appoints Sarah Waring Director of Rural Development for USDA in Vermont, New Hampshire | Community news

WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden appointed Sarah Waring to a major state leadership post on Wednesday. She will serve as state director of rural development in Vermont and New Hampshire, a title under the aegis of the United States Department of Agriculture. Waring replaces interim director of state Cheryl Ducharme, …

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Farming and beavers could help each other in Scotland

AFTER MONTHS of discussion, legal argument, and deliberation, the judicial review verdict we delivered at Trees for Life on beaver management returned from Sessional Court. While we understand the verdict is not clear to everyone, this is an opportunity to look ahead and create an approach to beaver management in …

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A step towards smart agriculture

Modern agriculture Smart agriculture and precision farming use technology to improve the efficiency and productivity of the farm-to-market process. IoT sensors are used in smart agriculture, often known as agricultural technology, to connect everything from irrigation systems to soils and animal production. While the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has announced …

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Why this rebellious rural community in northeastern Spain is fighting against wind farms

Vicente’s parents are no longer alive, but in the small stone town of Calaceite on a secluded Aragonese hill, he still remembers their stories very well. Vicente is 83 years old. He remembers how they spoke of the Spanish Civil War, of the fascists in green uniforms, of the militia, …

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Rice prices remain high despite an investment of 850 billion naira in rice cultivation

Nigeria may soon experience a food crisis as the price of rice, a major staple in the country, remains high despite huge government investments The farmers said that instead of injecting this money into rice cultivation, which has yielded little results, the country should instead use the same amount for …

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More FSA States, Rural Development Directors Appointed | 2021-12-29

The White House on Wednesday announced five new state-level appointments within the Department of Agriculture, including the Farm Service Agency’s state directors for Kentucky, Missouri and Nebraska. The USDA State Directors of Rural Development for Montana and the Joint Office for Vermont and New Hampshire have also been appointed. The …

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Kim Jong-Un announces “rural development” plan at 4th plenary meeting

North Korea on Monday (December 27th) opened the 4th plenary meeting of the 8th Central Committee of the ruling Workers’ Party. The country’s Supreme Leader, Kim Jong-Un, chaired the session on the second day of the plenary meeting. During the meeting, the party discussed measures that need to be taken …

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Rural Development Ministry to Adopt Bentong for Flood Recovery Activities, Minister Says | Malaysia

The east coast highway at kilometer 69.5 Karak-Bentong is impassable for vehicles due to flooding, December 19, 2021. – Bernama pic TEMERLOH, December 29 – The Ministry of Rural Development (KPLB) has designated Bentong district a flood-affected area to carry out post-flood rehabilitation activities, said its minister, Datuk Seri Mahdzir …

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3 big things today, December 29, 2021

1. Soybeans, weaker grains in the day-to-day trade Soybean and corn futures were down in overnight trading due to technical selling and some optimism about the rains in South America. Investors are likely to be settling their positions before the end of the year, with some having been in the …

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Ethiopia: Harnessing the fisheries sector alongside summer farming

As the homeland of various lakes, rivers and other water resources, Ethiopia is rich in fishery resources with over 175 different species. The fish resource in Ethiopia is found throughout the country, although it varies depending on the availability of water resources. Although fishing is a common agriculture in different …

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To promote natural agriculture, women become messengers: The Tribune India

Shimla, December 28 Rural women chosen as “Krishi Sakhis” (community resources) for agriculture-related activities under the National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM) have become the messengers of natural agriculture in Himachal. . To raise awareness Natural agriculture cuts costs and improves nutrition and we need to break this psyche and educate …

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Dayak community leaders want rural development promise to come true

Dato Bernard Agan Assan KUCHING (December 29): The state government must ensure that the promise of development in rural areas comes true. This was expressed by Dayak community leaders interviewed by The Borneo Post here yesterday. Kuching’s Iban Temenggung, Dato Bernard Agan Assan, said he was happy that the long-awaited …

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Chhattisgarh’s rural economy grows with Gothan and Godhan Nyay Yojana

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail To share Listen to this article The rural economy has received a new impetus with the Gothan and Godhan Nyay project built in villages for the conservation and promotion of livestock by the government of Chhattisgarh. So far, cow dung worth over …

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David Baker to lead USDA’s local rural development agency

President Joe Biden recently announced the appointment of David Baker as USDA’s Director of Rural Development for Delaware / Maryland. Baker served for more than 33 years in the local government of Sussex County in Delaware as the chief financial officer and county administrator. During his tenure, Baker became familiar …

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The forces that will shape the rural economy in 2022

The US economy is set to slow in 2022 compared to 2021, but economic growth will continue at a much above average rate. Consumers have fueled the economic recovery since mid-2020 and this will continue into the coming year. Consumer spending is expected to grow another 4% to 5% in …

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AGRICULTURE: Murray appointed USDA State Director for Rural Development | Cultivate

SYRACUSE – President Joe Biden recently announced his intention to appoint Brian S. Murray as USDA’s state director for rural development in New York. “As the USDA continues to positively improve the lives of Americans every day, we welcome these talented individuals to advance our common mission,” said Secretary of …

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3 big things today, December 27, 2021

1. Soybeans and grains jump in the night trade Soybean and corn futures surged in trading overnight in the first session after the Christmas break amid concerns over the South American crops. Dry weather in Brazil and Argentina has raised concerns over soybeans and corn in South American countries. Weekend …

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Longford Leader Farming: ICMSA says water quality is ‘clearly’ improving

Commenting on the government’s latest nitrates proposals, ICMSA President Pat McCormack (pictured) described them as excessive and likely to affect the incomes of farmers – especially commercial family farmers – who he said were “The economic backbone of rural Ireland. And who are generally totally dependent on agriculture for their …

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USDA Announces Kyle Wilkens as State Director of Rural Development | News

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Peterboro native appointed USDA New York State Director of Rural Development – Oneida Dispatch

Peterboro, NY – President Joe Biden announced in December his appointment of Brian S. Murray as USDA’s state director for rural development in New York City. According to the USDA, state R&D directors serve as the chief executive officer of rural development in states and territories and are responsible for …

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Peterborough’s farm income drops to record high

Farming incomes in Peterborough fell to an all-time high last year. The National Farmers’ Union has said 2020 is a tough year for the industry, with farms across England losing more than £ 1 billion in revenue. Figures from the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs show total farming …

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Himachal ‘Krishi Sakhis’ now advocates natural agriculture

SHIMLA: Launched three years ago, Prakritik Kheti Khushhal Kisan Yojana, a state government funded program that supports natural agriculture, has now roped 502 ‘Krishi Sakhis or female farm friends, for training to boost production. agricultural at lower cost by natural means. They will also spread the message to other members …

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2021: What made the agricultural news in July and August?

Our 2021 review continues with a look at the months of July and August. The NFU Mutual Rural Crime Report revealed some interesting numbers, a used 1983 County 1474 tractor auctioned off for a staggering amount and Arla revealed data suggesting UK dairy farmers were among the most respectful of …

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Corporate agriculture: BoR Punjab sends policy document to cabinet – Pakistan

LAHORE: The Punjab’s Board of Revenue (BoR) has forwarded a detailed enterprise agricultural policy to the provincial cabinet for approval, reliable sources said. Once the cabinet puts its seal on it, the BoR would lease large tracts of land to interested parties, they added. According to sources, cultivable land would …

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Vizag police encourage vegetable cultivation to eradicate ganja cultivation

Visakhapatnam: Rural police in Vizag have started distributing seeds of vegetables, silver oak and young eucalyptus trees to villagers in G Madugula to wean them from growing ganja. Recall that the Andhra Pradesh police decided to explore alternative cultures in order to eradicate the cultivation of ganja in the Vizag …

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House, car and borehole from chicken farming!

The Chronicle Nqobile Tshili, columnist Mr. R. Lameck Sibanda from the village of Silozwi in southern Matabeleland was a trinket seller working in either Victoria Falls or Harare before quitting his job to support his wife, a poultry farmer on their farm. Mr Sibanda, an elderly person, says the proceeds …

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Vertical farming on the rise in B.C., but facing challenges for the land, advocates say

Growing for Alycia van der Gracht means producing up to 900 heads of lettuce per month in a classroom at the University of the Fraser Valley in Chilliwack, British Columbia. She grows shelves of lettuce, cilantro, and bok choy in a space of just two by four meters in a …

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LG Ambassador Challenge program completes four rural development projects – Other

The Revolutionary Initiative to Uplift Rural Communities and Support Village Development – The LG Ambassador Challenge recently concluded its four selected community projects. With the partnership of world famous electronics giant, LG, and trusted Sri Lankan conglomerate, Abans Group; In collaboration with Community Chest of Korea and Korea Friends of …

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Mental health in agriculture is more important than ever at Christmas

Posted: 13:57 December 23, 2021 As Christmas approaches, the pressures facing farmers and rural businesses are greater than ever, says Emma Haley, charity manager of rural mental health charity YANA (You Are Not Alone). In my work at YANA, I am constantly aware that the rural mental health support we …

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MLA on labor shortages worries in agriculture industry

A CUMBRIAN MP accused the Home Office of “not listening” to food security and the animal welfare crisis. The Committee on the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs questioned the Minister for Safe and Legal Migration at the Home Office, Kevin Foster MP, in a special session devoted to labor shortages …

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Prime Minister Modi’s Banas Dairy project aims to strengthen the rural economy – Gaonconnection

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today, December 23, laid the foundation stone for Banas Dairy Sankul in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. This decision is expected to strengthen the rural economy and increase the income of farmers in the region. “Strengthening the Indian dairy sector is one of our government’s top priorities. In …

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Modi calls on farmers to embrace natural agriculture

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday again called on farmers to embrace natural agriculture and also called for strengthening the dairy sector. The prime minister, who was in Varanasi to inaugurate the Banas Dairy Kashi Sankul in Karkhiyaon, said natural agriculture required fewer inputs, produced better yields and was more …

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Rural development grants to impact W.Va.’s businesses | Newspaper

SHREWSBURY – U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the department is investing $ 633 million to reduce the impacts of climate change on rural communities. In West Virginia, $ 845,519 is invested in renewable energy and energy efficiency. “Rural America is on the front lines of climate change …

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Farm Finance Donates for the Future of Agriculture | News

GREEN Members of Greenup County 4H and Greenup County FFA gathered at Imel’s greenhouse on Route 1 on Tuesday to show their appreciation for donations for the portable cattle pens. The cattle pens will be used at the Greenup County Fairgrounds. Due to their portable nature, they can be relocated …

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“Fuel thieves target rural farmers,” farmers warn

Leading rural insurer, NFU Mutual, has compiled a handy safety checklist to help keep your property safe this Christmas. Rebecca Davidson, Rural Affairs Specialist at NFU Mutual, explained: “Thieves are stealing anything they can get their hands on and reselling for a profit – and high prices for diesel and …

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‘Gauthan’ products boost rural Chhattisgarh economy – The New Indian Express

Express news service RAIPUR: Disposable, unused cow dung purchased by the Chhattisgarh government from livestock owners and villagers has opened up employment opportunities and has the potential to boost the rural economy. Various products are being prepared in Gauthans (stable premises) and the state government will now develop them into …

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Launch of consultation on future agricultural policy proposals for Northern Ireland

Minister Poots is pictured with (left to right) Victor Chestnutt, president of the Ulster Farmers’ Union and Robert Workman, farmer in Larne. The consultation solicits stakeholder views on the policy proposals being developed to achieve the four key outcomes of the Future Strategic Framework for Agriculture portfolio, released by the …

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Rural Iowa Economy Continues to Grow With High Farmland Prices

Rural Iowa’s economy continued to grow in December behind the continued strengthening in the value of farmland, according to a monthly survey of rural bankers. According to Creighton University Rural Main Street Index, the Iowa index improved this month to 71.4 from 70.9 in November. A major factor in this …

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Rural Support wins a call for tenders | Life on the farm

Veronica Morris, Executive Director and Gillian Reid, Farm Support Manager). The pilot will see the organization and its team of business, financial and technical mentors and trainers working individually and in small groups with 50 farming businesses across Northern Ireland to help with decision-making to improve the sustainability of short-term …

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Iowa’s rural economy continues to grow with high farmland prices

Iowa’s rural economy continued to grow in December as farmland values ​​continued to strengthen, according to a monthly survey of rural bankers. According to Creighton University Rural Main Street Index, the Iowa index improved this month to 71.4 from 70.9 in November. A big contributing factor to that was a …

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One million jobs thanks to the presidential rural development program

The Chronicle Mashudu Netsianda, senior reporterTHE Presidential Rural Development Program, launched by President Mnangagwa in Jinjika village, Makorokoro region of Mangwe district, South Matabeleland, is expected to generate nearly one million jobs over the next two years and spur growth economic in rural areas. The program, which was launched last …

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Police use pepper balls, state penitentiary flap, rural development director

Creighton’s new athletic director takes the leap by following his heart. By Léo Adam Biga. Originally posted in NOISE. Reposted in The reader. Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown Happy song festivalBundle up and join today’s news by going door-to-door to spread the holiday cheer: According to the Omaha World-Herald, Omaha Police …

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With decent work and a sustainable model, aquaculture could feed the world

© Chosa Mweemba / WorldFish GENEVA (ILO Info) – Harnessing the potential of aquaculture to effectively help feed the growing world population in the decades to come will require concerted efforts to promote sustainable businesses and decent work for its workforce. These are the main conclusions of the technical meeting …

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Celebrate a Simple Season with a Rural Community Gathering

“Guys, I think we should just go home.” Immediate howls of disapproval rang out from my back seat. The two girls in my car just had to get to the first light in the trees in town. End of the story. I wouldn’t have peace if I turned the car …

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The impact of hard Brexit is just starting to be felt, says agriculture chief

The impact of a much harsher form of Brexit than promised has restricted access to key agricultural export markets on the continent in a way that is only starting to be felt, according to the President from FUW, Glyn Roberts, in her year-end speech. Mr Roberts also said the ongoing …

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The 9th modification of the rural development program was approved by the ATHENS Commission 9,84

The “green light” to the 9th amendment of the Rural Development Program (RDP) 2014-2020 has been given by the European Commission through which the additional resources for the transitional period 2021-2022 amounting to more than 2 billion euros are committed in terms of public expenditure (1.6 billion community participation). As …

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The Minister encourages responses to the draft green growth strategy

Minister Poots is pictured with (left to right) Chris Corken, Head of the Science, Engineering and Construction Department at Belfast Metropolitan College; Paul McCormack, Principal Partner of GenComm and Head of Innovation at Belfast Metropolitan College, and Eamon Kerr GenComm is an Interreg North-West Europe (NWE) funded project, which aims …

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Longford Leader Farming: ICSA calls for GLAS extension deadline to be extended

ICSA Rural Development President Tim Farrell called on the Agriculture Department to extend the deadline for GLAS 1, 2 and 3 participants to renew their contracts to next year. “Participants were asked to respond by text message indicating whether they wished to continue with the program. However, the CAHI understands …

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The Fiji Times »A Bright Future for Agriculture

Fijian exports of fresh and chilled agricultural products topped $ 100 million in 2020, Agriculture Minister Dr Mahendra Reddy said. During a three-day visit to Taveuni recently, he said this was an indication of the continued growth of the agricultural sector. According to a statement from the Ministry of Agriculture, …

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Avian flu – this time it’s serious ‘deadly’

Press Eye – Belfast – Northern Ireland – January 11, 2020 – Parliament Buildings, Stormont. Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye. To date, 53 cases of the disease have been confirmed in the UK; five in the Republic of Ireland and four in Northern Ireland. The Minister further explained: …

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How Tingo is using Agri-Fintech to change agriculture in Africa

Tingo is a unique next-generation agro-fintech company delivering, through Tingo Mobile in Nigeria, Tingo’s Device-as-a-Service model that provides customers with Personal Communications Services (“PCS”) using GSM technology for customers. subscribers that are designed to meet the needs of individual consumers. and businesses. Tingo Mobile has developed a complete Agri-Fintech and …

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Highlights of agricultural news ICYMI | Friday, December 17, 2021

It’s gone for the weekend after a week full of novelties. In case you missed it, here’s a recap of the latest coverage on Agriculture.com. By the numbers Soil testing can prevent the purchase and application of fertilizers where they are not needed. And with fertilizer prices soaring from where …

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Theresa Greenfield talks rural development in Osky | Iowa News

OSKALOOSA – With millions of dollars recently spent on rural development programs, Iowa State Director of Rural Development at the United States Department of Agriculture Theresa Greenfield is encouraging communities in Iowa consider partnerships with USDA for project funding. “From fire trucks to single-family homes to business sector loans to …

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Stigma still surrounds mental health, say Iowa farmers

Seeking help with mental illness has always been associated with stigma, especially in small towns and rural areas where everyone knows each other’s affairs. Those who might benefit from therapy or other treatment may be reluctant to get it if others might find out. Although there have been many efforts …

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USDA Announces Kyle Wilkens as State Director of Rural Development | Agriculture

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Assistant Mayor Kate Bolz appointed USDA Rural Development Director | Regional government

Kate Bolz, assistant mayor of Lincoln Leirion Gaylor Baird and former state senator, will join the Biden administration as USDA’s rural development director for Nebraska. President Joe Biden appointed Bolz to the post on Friday and she will move to her new post, which will be based in Lincoln, at …

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AGRICULTURE: Expert predicts increase in rural tourism businesses in Buckinghamshire next year

An increase in rural tourism businesses in Buckinghamshire and the South East has been predicted by an agricultural expert. Rupert Wailes-Fairbairn says farmers in the area drew more than a third of their income from diversified activities last year. The region’s total income fell from £ 174million last year to …

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Relaunching oxcart races to boost rural economy: Maharshtra Minister Sunil Kedar | Nagpur News

NAGPUR: Maharashtra’s Livestock Minister Sunil Kedar on Thursday welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision to lift the ban on oxcart racing, saying it would significantly boost the rural economy. The Supreme Court’s decision was celebrated by farmers distributing sweets in rural areas of the region. In Nagpur district, these races were …

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Vice President Chiwenga welcomes Presidential Rural Development Program

The Chronicle Mashudu Netsianda, senior reporterVICE-PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga praised the presidential rural development program, saying it will play a critical role in reversing cross-border migration of communities living in areas along the border. The presidential rural development program, which was officially launched by President Mnangagwa on Wednesday in the village …

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Declining funding for conservation programs does not meet demand

“The long-term viability of farms and ranches depends on the sustainable health of soil and water resources,” says Anna Johnson, policy manager at the Center for Rural Affairs. “However, most conservation practices require an initial investment from farmers and ranchers, which can be a barrier to implementation.” Johnson recently published …

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Capito and Manchin announce over $ 23 million in USDA rural development loans and grants

WASHINGTON DC – U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (RW.Va.) and Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), members of the Senate Appropriation Committee, today announced $ 23,367,889 in rural housing loans and community development grants from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). “West Virginia’s rural housing, clean water, and wastewater infrastructure needs are …

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Governor DeSantis announces $ 5 million in funding for rural community workforce programs

Governor Ron DeSantis Thursday morning announced the investment of more than $ 5 million in workplace training programs in rural Florida communities. DeSantis has awarded more than $ 3.1 million to Florida State College in Jacksonville (FSCJ) to establish the Nassau County Transportation Education Institute, a center for business conduct …

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SC lifts bullock cart racing ban: rural economy likely wins

PUNE In a major reprieve granted to the government of Maharashtra, the Supreme Court on Thursday lifted the ban on oxcart racing in the state, four years after his stay. Races must be conducted in accordance with the rules and amendments thereto to the Animal Cruelty Prevention Act in accordance …

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A lesson in community farming

“When I wake up in the morning, I am greeted by the sunlight reflecting through the dewdrops in the rice leaves of the vast fields. This sight is one of the most beautiful and rewarding experiences of my life, ”says Bino, 32, a young aspiring farmer. The story of Korangatti, …

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Bankers say rural economy remains strong in 10 states, including Colorado

OMAHA, Neb. | The economy remains strong in rural parts of 10 Plains and Western states, but some of the bankers interviewed this month said they were concerned about the impact of inflation on farmers. The overall index for the region slipped from 67.7 in November, but Thursday’s report said …

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Bankers say rural economy remains strong in 10 states | Nebraska News

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – The economy remains strong in rural areas of 10 plains and western states, but some of the bankers polled this month said they were concerned about the impact of inflation on Farmers. The region’s overall index slipped from November’s 67.7, but the report released on Thursday …

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Conference on Rural Development Initiatives in Aurangabad, Maharashtra: Good Practices and Challenges

The SM Sehgal Foundation hosted a conference to share good practices and challenges of rural development initiatives in Aurangabad, Maharashtra on December 16, 2021. Government, business and NGOs have worked together to address development challenges in Aurangabad District, located in the heart of Maharashtra, also known for its world famous …

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Nuevo drama teacher brings love of theater to rural community – press enterprise

For students in the rural community of Nuevo, including many children of farm workers, the theater has become their home. Credit for the Emerging Theater and Art program goes to drama teacher Cassie Shott-Hammond at Nuview Bridge Early College High School, the only high school in the Nuview Union School …

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ADVANTAGES OF LEARNING IN BEEF AND SHEEP FARMING

New collaborative project between NFUS, Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) and Borders College will help cattle and sheep farms secure the future by highlighting the benefits of workplace learning for young people, career influencers and agricultural employers. The Beef and Sheep Farming Careers project will follow a range of students, all …

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USDA Rural Development Appoints New Director for Maine, Rhiannon Hampson

Rhiannon Hampson has been appointed Maine director of the US Department of Agriculture’s rural development program, replacing Timothy Hobbs, who served as director of state under the Trump administration. Courtesy / USDA Rhiannon Hampson is USDA’s new State Director for Rural Development. Rural Development provides loans and grants to help …

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The growing strength of agriculture as social justice

A new crop of farms is taking root in the Capital Region, with shoots and leaves spreading towards the light of social justice. The fertile soil of the Hudson, Mohawk and Schoharie valleys has long attracted urban transplants to try their hand at farming, but more of these farmers are …

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Job growth injects vitality into China’s rural development

China’s Rural Revitalization Strategy, which was first introduced in 2017 with the aim of grassroots modernization of agriculture and rural areas by 2035, is helping to renovate the countryside. The roadmap targets a strong agricultural industry, a beautiful countryside and ensuring that rural residents are well off by 2050, with …

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Agriculture Pays New Zealand’s Covid Bills

New Zealand’s primary sector export revenues are expected to hit a record $ 50.8 billion by June 2022, according to the latest MPI projections. MPI’s Situation and Outlook for Primary Industries (SOPI) projects that the country’s annual food and fiber export revenues will cross the $ 50 billion mark for …

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USDA Rural Development Welcomes Rhiannon Hampson as Maine State Director

WASHINGTON, DC – Rhiannon C. Hampson of Thomaston has been appointed state director of rural development in Maine. State directors are the directors general of the United States Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in the states and territories. With the guidance and support of the national office, state directors …

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Companies invited to support peanut cultivation

The herald Conrad Mupesa Mashonaland West OfficeENTERPRISES in the agri-food industries should complement government in supporting the agricultural sector where most of their raw materials are produced, an official said. Speaking at the graduation ceremony of at least 70 Agritex officers from Makonde District on Sunday, Deputy Minister of Information, …

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USDA Announces Kyle Wilkens as State Director of Rural Development for MissouriOzark Radio News

COLUMBIA, Missouri, December 13, 2021 – Today, President Joe Biden announced that Kyle Wilkens has been appointed and sworn in to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) State Director of Rural Development for Missouri. “As the USDA continues to positively improve the lives of Americans every day, we welcome …

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All debts become unsecured and you also don’t have to go home or indicate a home.

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Commercial agriculture with high value-added crops recommended to overcome post-graduation shocks

REZAUL KARIM | Posted: Dec. 14, 2021, 9:24 a.m. Boosting agricultural production and productivity and cultivating high-value, export-grade crops are seen as urgently needed to cushion possible external shocks to Bangladesh’s export trade in the post-LDC era. To this end, the researchers recommend that the government take steps to develop …

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Payday loans for bad credit

Many people search on the internet every day looking to find ‘bad bad credit payday loan’ that can aid them with their financial problems. The term “payday loan” typically referred to a short-term loan to be repaid at the time of the next payday. The concept of “payday lending” within …

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Rural Kentucky community of 200 lost 12 in tornado on Friday: NPR

Bremen, Ky., Population 200, was badly affected by Friday’s tornado. At least 12 people were killed. Bremen is just one of many communities struggling with loss and wondering how to recover. MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: Now in Kentucky, where dozens of people have died after a series of tornadoes swept …

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Desires of fee money tend to be accepted. Citizens of Ohio, just please.

Desires of fee money tend to be accepted. Citizens of Ohio, just please. Cash payment preferences are accepted. Citizens of Ohio simply, kindly. Original loan, car and pickup financial products and alternatives. Expect loans to match your investing tactic WATCH: Rates assume financing is certainly tied to a low consumer …

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USDA Announces Additional Agricultural and State Rural Development Service Agency Directors

WASHINGTON, December 13, 2021 – Today, President Joe Biden announced his intention to appoint four regional positions in the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), including two state executive directors of the Farm Service Agency (FSA) and two directors State Rural Development (RD). “As the USDA continues to positively improve …

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Climate change bill ‘will devastate our agricultural industry’ – Allister

Mr Allister was pleased to accept an invitation from the Ulster Farmers ‘Union and the Farmers’ Association of Northern Ireland (NIAPA) to attend a local farmers briefing on Friday. The event took place at a farm in Loughguile and centered on Clare Bailey’s climate change bill, which has’ co-sponsors from …

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30 Ways To Improve Your Credit Score Before And After The New Year

The end of another year inevitably comes with a period of introspection and reflection on the events that have touched and shaped our lives over the past 12 months. Without a doubt, 2021 has been another challenge for millions of households across Scotland and the rest of the UK due …

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Opportunities to innovate and collaborate for rural development using decentralized renewable energies

Over the years, India’s economic development has been largely uneven due to the lack of reliable, uninterrupted and affordable energy in different parts of the country, especially in rural areas. Rural India, which accounts for two-thirds of India’s population, continues to suffer from power outages and limited access to energy, …

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Findhorn Bay Arts wins Scottish Highlands and Islands Rural Economy Rural Creative Award

Kresanna Aigner (center), Grace Green (right) and Jenna Brown (left) with the SHIRE Prize from Findhorn Bay Arts. A FORRES-based company won a Highlands and Scottish Isles Rural Economy (SHIRE) award for their community work. Findhorn Bay Arts (FBA) was named winner in the ‘Rural Creative’ category in an online …

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Ella felt isolated in the suburbs of Melbourne, until a rural community opened its arms

Ella grew up on a quiet street in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Key points: Ella says acts of kindness make rural communities so valuable She used the experiences to help her Melbourne neighbors during the lockdown Experts say diverse friendships are critically important to teens that shape their identity …

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USDA Opens 2022 Listing For Dairy Margin Coverage

As part of the Biden-Harris administration’s continued efforts to support dairy farmers and rural communities, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) opened enrollment in the Dairy Margin Coverage (DMC) program and extended the program to enable dairy producers to better protect their operations. by registering an additional production. This …

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Agricultural safety messages launched in rural schools

Deirdre Goan, HSENI, Robert Kidd, Managing Director of HSENI, Joshua Armstrong, Irvinestown PS, and Edwina Read, Director of Irvinestown PS, at the launch of the 2022 “Avoid Damage on the Farm” Child Safety Calendar. In June of this year, HSENI invited pupils from rural primary schools (foundation, Key Stage 1 …

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