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biodynamics in idaho on greenhorns radio this week

Miles Teitge is a young biodynamic farmer and educator, and he speaks to why young farmers and sustainable farming should move to Idaho.

Posted: February 10 2017
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another take on agritourism: dugout dick, the salmon river caveman

Posted: May 16 2014
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pacific NW+alaska USDA grain prices

USDA Announces Harvest Prices for 2013 Crop Year Small Grains and Canola Revenue Products SPOKANE, Wash., September 5, 2013 — USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) announced approved harvest prices for the 2013 crop year for revenue protection insurance plans within the Common Crop Insurance Policy for wheat, barley, fall canola, and rapeseed in Alaska, Idaho, […]

Posted: September 6 2013
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happy prairie

Life on the Range is an educational project that showcases stories about the ever-changing landscape of ranching, multiple-use management, entrepreneurial spirit, family and stewardship on Idaho's rangelands. The heart-warming stories provide a rare glimpse of how our neighbors in rural Idaho work every day to improve the earth and touch people's lives in positive ways. […]

Posted: November 2 2011
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strolling heifers, trailing sheep

Join us for the 15th annual Trailing of the Sheep Festival honoring women and their contributions to the development of Idaho and the west. 

Posted: May 30 2011