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Climate Trends in the Pacific Northwest

Announcements     Treasure Valley - All
February 26, 2015 by Bill Buhrig

Please check out the attachment talking about Climate Trends in the Pacific Northwest coming up in Ontario on March 3rd from 1-5pm. This will be held at the Four Rivers Cultural Center. The workshop will focus on regional observations in the field of climate research by scientists associated with Oregon State University. The workshop will address recent/current conditions and how changing trends may affect the long term production in Northeast Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Geologic mapping and the use of this technology to estimate ground and surface water trends and recharge will be covered. The workshop will close with an open discussion to allow you an opportunity to contribute to your thoughts/ideas regarding climate trends and the opportunities & challenges agriculture could face in the future. Setting up to be pretty interesting and we hope to see you there!

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cull onion disposal in the Treasure Valley

Onion     Treasure Valley - All
Canyon county, Idaho
February 25, 2015 by Jerry Neufeld

The Idaho State Department of Agriculture has prepared a news release reminding the onion industry about the rules for cull onion disposal to control onion maggot in the Treasure Valley of Idaho. Click on the pdf below for more detailed information.

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