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Searle: Uncertainty Weighing On The Minds Of Growers
Searle: Uncertainty Weighing On The Minds Of Growers
In a typical year, farmer have a host of questions about their livelihood. From farm labor, to state and federal legislation and weather can create sleepless nights. And in 2020, that insomnia is made worse by the coronavirus pandemic. “Eyes are on just trying to grow crops, what’s the future holing, where are we going to be, just to get through the pandemic," said Bryan Searle President of
Newhouse: Pandemic Has Pointed Out How Vital Farming Is For All Americans
Newhouse: Pandemic Has Pointed Out How Vital Farming Is For All Americans
Before the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s safe to say many Americans with little or no on-farm experience gave little thought to the farming sector. However because of the spread of COVID-19, supply chain disruptions and food shortages in some communities, more and more Americans want to know from where their food comes. ‘ ...
Sandison: Farmers Have Done A Great Job Weathering Coronavirus
Sandison: Farmers Have Done A Great Job Weathering Coronavirus
The farm community across the Northwest, across the country, was brought nearly to a standstill at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic back in March. While supply chains were in many cases shutdown, Derek Sandison Director of the Washington state Department of Agriculture, said the Ag community in the Evergreen state did an excellent job pivoting ...