North Dakotan trade mission to Israel first of its kind

North Dakota officials were in Isreal and Egypt recently making inroads for the state’s agriculture and technology products. Of note was meeting on a joint project between an Israeli company and North Dakota UAS interests focused on agriculture.

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Growing Demand for Food Good for North Dakota, Regulatory Over Reach Bad

North Dakota Ag Commissioner Doug Goehring spoke at last month’s KMOT Ag Expo. His message: changing world markets are an opportunity for North Dakota growers, but regulatory burdens in the form of the waters of the U.S. rule will create headaches.

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ND Ag Department Program Helps Farmers Transition to Organic

The North Dakota Department of Agriculture has a new program for farmers and ranchers interested in transitioning their operations to meet ‘organic’ guidelines. KMOT News has the story.

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ND Agriculture: Applications Being Accepted for Specialty Crop Grants

“Projects that promote the production, processing and use of specialty crops in the North Dakota are eligible for these grants,” said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. “Organizations, institutions and individuals are encouraged to submit proposals on their own or in partnerships.”

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