Catharine Young's posts related to Agriculture

SENATOR YOUNG: $845,000 AVAILABLE FOR NY ORGANIC FARMING

ALBANY – Senator Catharine Young (R,C,I – Olean), ranking member of the New York State Senate’s Agriculture committee, today urged farmers who are certified organic, or who are transitioning to organic production, to apply for  available grant assistance before the May 29th<

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SENATOR YOUNG MEETS WITH LOCAL DAIRY FARMERS

Calls Upon Gov. Paterson To Use Stimulus to Alleviate Dairy Crisis

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SEN. YOUNG CALLS ON GOV. PATERSON TO USE STIMULUS TO AID DAIRY FARMS

Letter to Gov. Paterson attached below

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SENATOR YOUNG UNVEILS DAIRY INVESTMENT ACT

ALBANY – With emotions continuing to run high as the state’s dairy farmers face an escalating crisis, Senator Catharine Young (R,I,C- Olean), ranking member of the Senate’s Agricultural Committee, today unveiled the “2009 Dairy Inv

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DAIRY FARMS STILL IN CRISIS

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Cornell Lake Erie Research and Extension Laboratory ribbon-cutting held

The Post Journal

By JOAN JOSEPHSON

POSTED: August 26, 2009

 

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BOOM! 128th Chautauqua County Fair starts with a bang

By GIB SNYDER

POSTED: July 28, 2009
  
       

 

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SEN. YOUNG TO HOST DAIRY ROUNDTABLE IN ALBANY ON OCT. 19th

ALBANY -    Trying to spur Albany into action, Senator Catharine Young, (R,I,C-Olean) is hosting a public forum on extremely low milk prices to draw attention to farmers’ plights and gain support for a solution.

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DAIRY FARMERS PLEA FOR SUPPORT FROM LEGISLATIVE LEADERS

ALBANY – Dairy farmers and industry leaders from across the state gave testimony at the State Capitol today to offer solutions regarding the ongoing milk crisis which has been described as a “Depression” for farmers.

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Public Forum on Saving the Dairy Forum 10-19-09 (PART 4 of 4)

Dairy farmers and industry leaders from across the state gave testimony at the State Capitol on October 19th to offer solutions regarding the ongoing milk crisis which has been described as a “Depression” for farmers.