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A farmer sifts the soil of one of his dry fields.

Bitter Harvest: Klamath Basin farmers take stock of their losses

After an unprecedented shut-off of irrigation water in the Klamath Project, agriculture producers had to scramble to find water for their crops. While many used groundwater wells to make up at least some of the loss, the limits of that resource became clear.


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Mudbone Grown reimagines Black farming in Oregon

When Shantae Johnson and Arthur Shavers embarked on their Mudbone Grown agricultural enterprise in 2015, they were doing more than building a farm from scratch, they were changing the narrative of what it means to be a Black farmer in Oregon.



Washington farmers adapt to the pandemic with online sales

Many small farms in Skagit County, including Farias Farm, started selling their produce online after coronavirus restrictions left fewer options to sell at farmers markets, a major source of income, the Skagit Valley Herald reported this week.

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