Submitted by FWU president Tina Carlin Farm Women United (FWU), a grass-roots association organized by farm women fed up with decades of being ignored and silenced by the powerful, global, corporate politico-industry “special interests” currently controlling this nation’s agricultural policies, announced their denunciation of the 2018 Farm Bill, which passedContinue Reading

Submitted Article and Photo The Bradford County Agricultural Land Preservation (BCALP) Board is excited to announce the preservation of a 243-acre crop farm in Athens and Ridgebury townships. Located on the bank of the Chemung River, the French Farm (above) is surrounded by gravel businesses and received numerous offers toContinue Reading

Submitted Article / Map by Google Penn State Extension presents Generation Next: Upcoming Calf and Heifer Workshop. With today’s struggling dairy economy, producers benefit from getting calves and heifers off to a good start. To help with understanding best management and nutrition for the next generation on a dairy farm,Continue Reading

Submitted Story The Bradford County Conservation District (BCCD) will be hosting a pond construction workshop at the Stoll Natural Resource Center in Wysox on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 from 6 to 8 pm. Please join us as BCCD staff cover permits and regulations involved with constructing a pond. Staff willContinue Reading

By Rick Hiduk A Management Action Plan for Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) gathered steam last week, as consultants from Peter J. Smith & Company met with a wide cross section of residents from Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties who are concerned about balancing heritage and progress in theContinue Reading

Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk Susquehanna County Dairy Princess and Elk Lake High School junior Merecedes Spickerman (left) and PA State Dairy Princess Lu-Anne Antisdel from West Warren, Bradford County, were among the dairy royalty who offered milk, cheese, and ice cream to guests at the newly combined AgContinue Reading

Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Betty Booth of Nicholson Township was one of several citizens at a public hearing held at the courthouse in Tunkhannock on Tuesday who encouraged the Wyoming County Commissioners to take a more proactive approach with gas-related issues as the county faces a dramatic increaseContinue Reading

Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Participating in the Jan. 14 meeting of the Wyoming County Commissioners were (from left) Solicitor James Davis, Commissioners Judy Mead, Tom Henry, and Ron Williams, and Chief Clerk Bill Gaylord. The Wyoming County Commissioners agreed on Jan. 14 that they would need to moveContinue Reading