2/21/11 (Mon)

Education mini-grants offered

North Dakota Farm Bureau is offering competitive mini-grants of up to $250.00 cash for use in classroom programs K-12 in North Dakota schools.

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2/17/11 (Thu)

Extension provides flood prep video links

The North Dakota State University Extension Service has a variety of how-to information regarding flood preparedness and recovery at the Extension website's flood information page. They also have several videos...

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2/16/11 (Wed)

Do farmers care? Read this!

The farm and ranch families of Farm Bureau last year raised more than $273,000 and donated more than 18 million pounds of food to hungry Americans as part of Farm Bureau’s “Harvest for All” program through Feeding America.

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2/15/11 (Tue)

NDSU Extension offers flood info

A wet fall and heavy snowfall across most of North Dakota this winter have increased the likelihood of flooding this spring.

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2/14/11 (Mon)

Power outages are damaging and costly. Grainger can help.

Grainger, which offers North Dakota Farm Bureau members an outstanding discount, is urging folks to be prepared for power outages.

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2/11/11 (Fri)

NDFB says NO to perpetual easement bill

Senate Bill 2362 was heard Thursday morning in the Senate Natural Resources Committee. The bill would allow perpetual conservation easements to be acquired in North Dakota. The bill is sponsored by Senators Triplett, Taylor, and Erbele along with Representatives Keiser and Schmidt. North Dakota Farm Bureau opposed this bill along with the Stockman’s Association and several individual citizens.

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2/10/11 (Thu)

Three new Action Alerts posted

We've posted three new alerts today on our Action Alert System. Please consider contacting your state senators and representatives on these issues...

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2/10/11 (Thu)

EPA GHG regs are double economic jolt to ag

America’s farmers and ranchers will receive a “double economic jolt” from the Environmental Protection Agency’s regulation of greenhouse gases, the American Farm Bureau Federation told a House subcommittee, on February 9.

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2/09/11 (Wed)

Good news about moms and food choices

The following blog appeared on the AFBF Foodie News blog and was so good, it needed a full reprint: Does a day go by without a media story sounding off about what food is good or bad for you? Can you power up your laptop without a deluge of viral e-mails scaring you about what’s on your plate? Add in a dose of celebrity advocates, campaigns like Meatless Monday, 24/7 tweets from food movement activists and you wonder how any of us even pick up a fork.

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2/08/11 (Tue)

Action alerts posted

North Dakota Farm Bureau is asking members to contact their state legislators on two important issues: wind rights and government-funded pre-school.

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2/07/11 (Mon)

Gunny Sack Challenge receives accolades

Congratulations to the North Dakota Farm Bureau Young Farmer and Rancher Committee for being recognized for its innovative program to fight hunger. North Dakota was one of the top five states for “Most Innovative Idea for the Harvest for All program” for the 2010 Gunny Sack Challenge.

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2/04/11 (Fri)

Safety picture contest part of FB Week celebration

North Dakota Farm Bureau Week, coming March 13-19, will once again feature the Safety Picture Contest for third, fourth and fifth-grade students, said NDFB Safety Coordinator Staci Lee.

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2/03/11 (Thu)

Childhood ag injuries declining

A scientific survey conducted by the Agriculture Department’s National Agricultural Statistics Service for the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health shows the rate of childhood injury on farms and ranches has declined by nearly 60 percent since 1998, thanks to effective research and public awareness efforts.

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2/02/11 (Wed)

AFBF backs bills repealing form 1099 requirements

American Farm Bureau supports two bills that have been introduced in the Senate to repeal IRS Form 1099 reporting requirements that were passed as part of health care reform legislation.

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2/01/11 (Tue)

Bills introduced in Congress to halt greenhouse regs

Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) introduced legislation that would strip the federal government of authority under any existing law to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. Sen. John Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) reintroduced legislation from the last Congress that would suspend Environmental Protection Agency regulation of GHG emissions from stationary sources for two years.

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