(The Center Square) – A federal judge has ruled Union City farmer Robert Holman’s lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture over COVID-19 relief funds directed toward “non-white” farmers will be heard instead of being delayed until there is a result in a similar case in Texas.
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(The Center Square) – A federal judge in Tennessee has ruled in favor of a Tennessee farmer, granting an injunction against the U.S. Department of Agriculture in its effort to grant federal loan forgiveness to only “non-whites.”
Washington, DC. - “Generations ago, the federal government recognized that without affordable access to electricity, Americans couldn’t fully participate in modern society and the modern economy. Broadband internet is the new electricity," said U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.
ROCKINGHAM, Va., June 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Shenandoah Growers, Inc., the nation's most commercially advanced indoor agriculture company leveraging its biology and technology platform, national customer network and distribution channels to deliver USDA certified organic herbs and leafy greens to more than 18,000 retailers nationwide, today announced that Dr. Tessa Pocock has joined the company as Chief Science Officer, following the transition of Robert Hoffman to CSO Emeritus, effective immediately. Pocock will report to Shenandoah Growers Chief Technology Officer Ulf Jönsson and serve on the company's Executive Leadership Team.
(The Center Square) – A new federal lawsuit claims a Tennessee farmer is being discriminated against because he is not eligible for federal loan forgiveness available to only “non-whites.”
A stash of priceless mahogany that sat for decades in a Madison laboratory will play a key role in restoring damage caused when a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
A stash of priceless mahogany that sat for decades in a Madison laboratory will play a key role in restoring damage caused when a mob stormed …
Samples of mahogany boards that will be used to restore the U.S. Capitol. Mary Oehrlein, historic preservation officer for the Architect of th…