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ROYAL CITY, Wash., Aug. 11, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Royal Ranch in Royal City, Wash. announces today its launch of carbon-neutral, climate-conscious, beef in answer to the rise of alternative meat patties claiming to be better for consumers and the environment.

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Farming in Washington today remains a strong and much valued part of our community. Ancestors of today’s tribal members grew and harvested camas bulbs and other staples. American and European immigrants settled here, cleared farmland and imported their productive farming legacy.

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Hobbies, as defined by the Oxford Dictionary, are activities done regularly in one’s leisure time for pleasure. For Carrie Stone-Arroyo, her husband Cesar, and their daughter Melanie, being hobby farmers is much more than that. It is about connecting with others and investing in the future.

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Herman Kilian Jr was born to Herman and Lina Kilian in White Bluffs, on Jan. 24, 1931 and died peacefully at home on Aug. 3, 2019 finally achieving his goal of meeting his Lord and Savior.

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LIND— The 2019 Lind Combine Demolition Derby roars into the small farming community at 10 a.m. at the city Derby Arena.

The Lower Valley Soroptimist women will host Heifer International Executive Eliza Penick at its meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 11, at Snipes Mountain Brewing, 905 Yakima Valley Highway.

Farming comes naturally to Alex Prins. As he walks the long line checking cows, the smile on his face speaks volumes: he will never tire of life on the dairy.

The fate of the state’s fish farming industry is in jeopardy following the Legislature’s passage of a bill that would prohibit new, renewed or extended leases on marine net pen farms that raise “nonnative” fish. The legislation passed the Senate on March 2 and is headed to Gov. Jay Inslee’s desk, where it awaits his signature before becoming law.