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The distribution of food will take place at the Dixie Convention Center (1835 S. Convention Center Dr.) in St. George.
Financial Support of the Foundation also Recognized
If we really want to help local agriculture survive and thrive in Utah, we need to insist that our farm and ranch families have a local market for their food
Let family traditions change and grow just like your family does
USU Extension received $200,000 to invest in pilot programs focused on mental health awareness and advocacy for farmers, ranchers and other isolated rural Utahns.
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