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Alternative energy key to saving family farms

Alternative energy key to saving family farms http://magicvalley.com/news/opinion/mailbag/letter-alternative-energy-key-to-saving-family-farms/article_bbfa9730-bf53-585e-8c39-dd98c9320bdb.html A beautiful story about Kelley Canyon Orchards (Friday, A1). We hope this fertile valley will grow fruit for many more generations. However, something is changing. Farmers know. Spring is starting earlier. Snow

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Study will help farmers plan ahead for change

Louise Stonington 22 hrs ago Daily Record News, Ellensburg July 1, 2016
 




 To the Editor: How do wild relatives of sunflowers survive drought and poor soil better than cultivated ones? It is great that a Central Washington University professor

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Reap what we sow: Global Warming in E. Washington – Problems and Solutions

The following was researched and written by the Tri-Cities, WA Citizens’ Climate Lobby chapter: 1. Agriculture and food is a $49 billion industry in Washington, employing 160,000 people and contributing 13% to the state’s economy.1 It has and will face

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Washington State Climate Impacts Laser Talk

In the State of Washington it is clear that human caused climate change is real, is occurring and is set to have increasingly harmful impacts on the State and the broader Pacific Northwest, especially if we do not curb emissions

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Climate change: A carbon tax is the best solution

“Climate change is real,” Lance Dickie said in his excellent recent column [“Climate change: mitigation, adaptation,” Opinion, Feb. 13]. Dealing with climate change may keep regulators busy until we’re cooked. Instead of endlessly debating every coal train and oil pipeline

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