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Council for Agricultural Development_2013

Council for Agricultural Development_2013

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Published by Helen Bennett
Connecticut Agriculture Commissioner Steven K. Reviczky announced the Governor’s Council for Agricultural Development has presented its 2013 findings and recommendations to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.

The council’s December 2013 update "summarizes the council’s second year of work on Grow Connecticut Farms, the strategic plan for Connecticut’s $3.5 billion agricultural industry, and includes 12 recommendations to further develop, diversify, and promote agriculture in the state, a release said"
Connecticut Agriculture Commissioner Steven K. Reviczky announced the Governor’s Council for Agricultural Development has presented its 2013 findings and recommendations to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.

The council’s December 2013 update "summarizes the council’s second year of work on Grow Connecticut Farms, the strategic plan for Connecticut’s $3.5 billion agricultural industry, and includes 12 recommendations to further develop, diversify, and promote agriculture in the state, a release said"

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Published by: Helen Bennett on Dec 20, 2013
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GROW CONNECTICUT FARMS
Developing, Diversifying, and Promoting Agriculture
 A Project of the Governor’s Council for Agricultural Development 
December 2013 Update: Revelations and Recommendations
 
Written by Linda Piotrowicz, Connecticut Department of Agriculture
Photos by Linda Piotrowicz, Connecticut Department of AgricultureFront Cover (top to bottom, left to right):Coventry Regional Farmers’ Market, CoventryStuart Family Farm, BridgewaterRose’s Berry Farm, South GlastonburyEkonk Hill Turkey Farm, MoosupKillam and Bassette Farmstead, South GlastonburyGeremia Greenhouse, WallingfordBack Cover (top to bottom, left to right):Mountaintop Mushrooms, WaterburyGoatboy Soaps, New MilfordConnecticut Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Aquaculture, MilfordSankow’s Beaver Brook Farm, LymeNonnewaug High School Agriscience Center, WoodburyRose’s Berry Farm, South GlastonburyGraphic Design by Susan Schadt & Kevin Noonan, University of Connecticut
GROW CONNECTICUT FARMS
Developing, Diversifying, and Promoting Agriculture
 A Project of the Governor’s Council for Agricultural Development 
December 2013 Update: Revelations and Recommendationswww.GrowConnecticutFarms.com

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