Friday, February 04, 2005

Maple syrup and climate change; farm subsidies; feedlot secrets

  • Effects of climate change on maple syrup industry in VT, NH, ME [Environmental Defense report]

  • "Nearly half [of federal farm subsidies] goes to operations with sales of $250,000 or more," according to a Citizens Against Government Waste report [US Farm Policy]

  • Print-out cuisine (brings new meaning to strawberry jam?) [NYTimes]

  • More love for the local in the blogosphere.

  • You can't handle the truth [about feedlots], say North Dakota legislators. [AP via US Farm Policy]
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