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California Ag TodaySome dairy producers not only provide delicious food products, but also electricity generated from biogas.
California Ag TodayDairy producers like Modesto-based Brian Fiscalini are supplying their community with electricity through methane digesters.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportState Senator Doug Ericksen talks about how he feels the 'Green Manifesto' is taking over in Olympia too.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportRepresentative Mary Dye talked recently with KONA radio about the governor's Orca plan that involves studying removal of lower Snake River dams.
Colorado Ag TodayUtilizing water and gravity could help you save a lot of money.
Northwest ReportWith higher prices and fewer cattle some processors are making adjustments...DNR has put a ban on burning...and Lacy tries to talk to her plants.
Food ForethoughtThere have been mixed reactions to the President's proposal to reduce carbon emissions from the country's power plants by 30% by 2030.
Food ForethoughtCharging solar paneled homeowners a "fee" of up to $100 a month to sell clean power back to the grid.
Northwest ReportWashington State is looking at a new gun control initiative...electricity rates should be lower and Lacy discusses National Pollinators Week.
Food ForethoughtSome of the best ways to block heat and keep your house cool are provided by Mother Nature herself.
Line on AgricultureIf your farming or ranching operations uses electricity, you might be perfect for small scale wind!
Food ForethoughtManure from numerous animals has been proven to work as an alternative energy source.
Line on AgricultureA recent study looked at the feasibility of promoting biogas in Washington State.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Congressman Doc Hastings has introduced new legislation to save the dams.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportSeveral Washington businesses are recipients for the 2012 Woody Biomass Utilization Program.
Food ForethoughtThe majority of the nation is suffering from sweltering conditions, some without a/c.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington asparagus growers prepare for 2012 harvest season and Werkhoven Dairy does its part for the environment.
Line on AgricultureWe take a look at a couple of REAP success stories.
Food ForethoughtPlant material could become a cheap and easy alternative to traditional solar cells.