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Recycling program working well in Old Dominion - Virginia farmers are doing their share to protect the environment. One of the ways they do that is to recycle plastic pesticide containers. A recent report indicates more than 60 tons of properly rinsed, empty plastic pesticide containers were recycled at 32 sites throughout the state. The plastic is then recycled into fence posts and electrical conduit. More at our Farm News page>>
NC Ag Forum will highlight importance of partnerships between agriculture, military - The potential for North Carolina’s two largest industries – agriculture and the military – to work together will be highlighted at the 10th annual Ag Development Forum on Feb. 5 at the NC State Fairgrounds. More at our Farm News page>>
Penn State Agricultural and Environment Center offering summer internships for students - New, full-time summer internships are available through the Penn State Agriculture and Environment Center. Through various programs and initiatives, the center has helped to establish Penn State as a leader in environmental problem solving, especially pertaining to agriculture and water quality.  More at our Farm News page>>
Maryland announces record cover crop planting - State officials recently announced that Maryland farmers participating in the MD Cover Crop Program planted a record 478,000 acres of cover crops on their fields last fall to control soil erosion, reduce nutrient runoff and protect water quality in streams, rivers, and the Chesapeake Bay. More at our Farm News Page>>