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Farmtofarmer.org
Website helps farmers, landowners make connections
The website is open to any farmer, but land that is listed must be in Pierce or King counties.

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Teaching farm helps new farmers
Teaching farm helps new farmers
Cloud Mountain Farm Center provides new farmers with the resources they need to get started.
Anheuser-Busch expands barley sustainability efforts
Anheuser-Busch expands barley sustainability efforts
The program already includes 525 U.S. participants, and 4,500 participants worldwide.
Sugar beets ‘nicest looking I’ve ever seen’
Sugar beets ‘nicest looking I’ve ever seen’
Growers advise to stay proactive on disease, pest scouting, treatment
Rent a tent: Startup matches landowners with campers
Rent a tent: Startup matches landowners with campers
A land-sharing startup called Tentrr matches landowners looking for extra cash with vacationers yearning for solitude under the stars
Oregon’s medical marijuana program admits to problems
The review showed there were more than 20,000 grow sites, but only 58 inspections were carried out in 2017.
Shepherd’s Grain brings farmers, customers together
Shepherd’s Grain brings farmers, customers together
Manager Mark Swenson says he expects demand for the company’s flour to increase.
Sharing equipment benefits small-scale farmers
Sharing equipment benefits small-scale farmers
Sharing equipment is gaining in popularity among new farmers — especially those looking for a collaborative group, said Melissa Fery, an Oregon State University Small Farms Extension agent.
The Latest: Trump tweets about US farmers from NATO meeting
President Donald Trump says he's thinking about American farmers even as he meets with NATO allies in Brussels
US wholesale prices shoot up 3.4 percent over past year
The increase marks the largest 12-month gain since a 3.7 percent rise in the 12 months ending November 2011.
China vows retaliation for $200 billion US tariff threat
Members of Congress warned tariffs on imports raise consumer prices and expose U.S. farmers and manufacturers to retaliation.

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