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Irrigation and Water Use
Abstract: The USDA Economic Research Service (ERS) research program investigates water allocation, water conservation, and water management issues facing irrigated agriculture.
Source: US Department of Agriculture
Pumped Up about Cleaner Fuel
Abstract: This article discusses the possilbities of bringing bio-disel, which is widely used commercially, into the consumer market.
Source: Seattle Post
Transparency: How Much Water Do You Use?
Abstract: This graphic shows some examples of how much water is used in a person's daily activities, so that they can begin to calculate their footprint and try to reduce gallons.
Source: GOOD Wordlwide, Inc.
U.S. Organic Farming in 2000-2001: Adoption of Certified Systems
Abstract: This report updates USDA estimates of land farmed with organic practices for 2000 and 2001, and provides new estimates on the number of certified organic operations in each State.
Source: US Department of Agriculture
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