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Flathead cherry crop expected to be later this season Flathead cherry crop expected to be later this season

YELLOW BAY – The Community Clubhouse was full of talk about soil health, bud size and harvest dates at the Flathead Cherry Growers co-operative meeting. According to Bruce Johnson, President of the co-op’s board of directors, the event serves as a springboard for the coming season. Growers learn from specialists who speak at the event. They also look at how the growing season is going in Washington, which is a good indicator of what this year’s cherries will look like.  Johnson said cherry growth will be a bit behind schedule this year, but overall the prognosis for the growing season looks good. Abnormally cold temperatures in February worried growers but didn&...


Sign-up for updated Conservation Stewardship Program

News from USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service BOZEMAN —  The next deadline for Conservation Stewardship Program applications to be considered for funding in fiscal year 2019 is May 10, 2019. USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service plans to invest up to $700 million for new...


Hard-working family man honored posthumously at Ronan ag dinner Hard-working family man honored posthumously at Ronan ag dinner

RONAN – This year, the Ronan Area Chamber of Commerce chose to recognize Everitt Foust for his lifelong dedication to the field of agriculture at the 41st Agriculture Appreciation Dinner on March 22. He was also recognized for his dedication to his family and the community he lived in.  He pass...


Free the Seeds! returns to FVCC

KALISPELL – Free the Seeds! returns to Flathead Valley Community College on Saturday, March 2, for a fourth year of workshops, conversations and free seeds. Organizers expect more than 1,000 people to attend this free fair, which runs from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. in the FVCC Arts and Technology Building. F...


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