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OTA launches voluntary checkoff after USDA nixes mandatory plan
 In a response to the USDA’s surprising move to suddenly abandon plans to launch a mandatory multiyear organic certification checkoff program this year, the Organic Trade Assoc. (OTA) announced it will establish a voluntary program designed to promote certified organic products.
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EPA appealing ban on national use of chlorpyrifos in farming
The U.S. EPA has asked an appeals court to re-hear a case in which it was decided the EPA must ban the insecticide chlorpyrifos within 60 days, setting in motion a delay that could last for months.
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Miller, orchard and creamery will benefit from MDARD grants

The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) announced a new round of grants last month aimed at furthering the expansion of the food and agriculture industries in Michigan.
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Indiana businesses go to Canada to court commerce and education
An agreement between Indiana and the Canadian province of Manitoba should serve to bolster trade and other relations between the two entities, according to Indiana Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch.
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