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October 29 Historic Chesterfield Farm Returns to Private Ownership
October 20 NJDA Announces 1999 Recycling Program for Greenhouse/Nursery Film
October 8 Horse Park of New Jersey Receives Agway Grant
October 8 Warren County FFA Members to Receive National FFA Degree
October 7 Hunterdon Woman Crowned 1998 New Jersey Dairy Princess
September 14 Agriculture Secretary Offers Capital Budget FY2000 Request
August 27 Mercer County Team Places 11th In National Envirothon Competition
August 24 Farmers Against Hunger Earns Food For All Grant
August 13 South Jersey Fall Food & Wine Festival Set For November 1 In Cherry Hill
August 10 Equine Encephalitis Death Confirmed
July 31 Salem County Vegetable Grower Chosen President of State Board of Agriculture
July 31 Bergen County Vegetable Grower Chosen Vice President of State Board of Agriculture
July 31 Glassboro Fruit Grower Joins State Board of Agriculture
July 30 Newton Grain Grower Joins State Board of Agriculture
July 22 Historic Chesterfield Farm To Be Preserved
July 12 AG Secretary Dedicates Grandstand at Horse Park of New Jersey
July 7 Farmland Preservation Program Marks Milestone, Breaks Record
June 12 Farmers Against Hunger Awarded Kraft Foods Grant
June 2 NJDA Tests Bio-Weapon Against Hemlock Killer
May 29 Saddle Brook Ridge Equestrian Center Hosts Open House to Mark "Month of the Horse"
May 28 1998 Conservation Education Awards Presented
May 28 June is Horse Month in New Jersey
April 14 Special Program Makes Deer Fencing Available to New Jersey Farmers - Applications Accepted April 15 - May 29
April 7 River Walk Farm, Warren County, Returns to Private Ownership
April 2 Farm Energy Improvement Grants Funded
March 20 Sylvin Farms Wins 1998 Governor's Cup
March 13 Burlington County Farm Permanently Preserved
March 10 Open Burning Authorized to Combat Low Temperatures in Garden State Orchards
March 5 Sponsors for Summer Food Service Program Sought
February 17 East Amwell Farm Owners Donate Easements To State Farmland Preservation Program