Agriculture

PA Farm Bill Grants Funding to Increase Supply of Locally Produced...

Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of $500,000 in Small Meat Processor Grant to fund 15 projects to improve the supply of locally produced...

Make it a Pennsylvania Thanksgiving: Agriculture Secretary Shops Local for Family...

Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and his wife, Nina, bought everything on their Thanksgiving dinner grocery list from local, PA Preferred® vendors. It was a...

Choose PA Dairy Teams up with Girls on the Run® ...

Choose PA Dairy is excited to announce a new partnership with Girls on the Run (GOTR) across Pennsylvania to promote a healthy lifestyle that includes consuming real...

Department of Agriculture Partners with PennAg Industries to Launch Center for...

Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and Chris Herr, executive vice president of PennAg Industries, visited a Heritage Poultry Management organic egg farm in Lebanon County...

Pennsylvania Announces Research Funding to Grow Agriculture Industry

Governor Tom Wolf today announced awards of nearly $1.3 million to seven organizations for research on issues critical to sustaining and growing Pennsylvania’s agriculture...

Ag Department Offers Advice to PA Hunters, Processors to Protect Against...

With the 2019 hunting season underway in Pennsylvania, the Department of Agriculture released recommended best management practices to help protect hunters and their families...

PA Farm Show Kicks off with a Reception Friday, January 3,...

The 104th Pennsylvania Farm Show kicks off with the annual PA Preferred® reception Friday, January 3, 2020. Pennsylvania growers and organizations can help attendees...

State Senators Introduce Bill to Legalize Pot for Adult-Use in PA

State Senator Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery/Delaware) and State Senator Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia) introduced legislation that would end Pennsylvania’s prohibition of cannabis and would legalize cannabis...

2020 PA Farm Show Asks Pennsylvanians, ‘Oh, Say, Can You Sing?’

Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding invited singers statewide to enter “Oh, Say, Can You Sing?”, a star-spangled sing-off to win a chance to inspire 2020...

$500,000 Available for Ag and Youth Education Programs at Cumberland Valley...

Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and members of the Pennsylvania Commission for Agricultural Education Excellence joined FFA members and educators of Cumberland Valley High School...

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