The American court system is “incredibly important” for agricultural advocacy. That was the message from Travis Cushman during a workshop titled “Courts and Ports: A Look at Legal and Economic Issues Facing American Agriculture.”
Harleigh Cupp, a reporter for the Daily News-Record in Harrisonburg, was recognized Nov. 28 with Virginia Farm Bureau Federation’s 2023 Ishee-Quann Award for Media Excellence, the top honor in Farm Bureau’s annual Journalism Awards program.
If you’re having a hard time choosing your Christmas tree from one of Virginia’s 500 tree farms this season, just stop and listen.
It’s a tricky proposition. Virginia farmers need to continue producing the quality agricultural products necessary for feeding a growing global population—and many do that in direct proximity to the nation’s largest estuary and its watershed.
As the cost of consumer goods continues to trend upward, so has the price of a Thanksgiving meal.