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ODA pulls plug on energy position


June 30, 2011
By The Oregonian

June 30, 2011, Salem, OR –
Citing budget cuts, the Oregon Department of Agriculture is eliminating its
energy and climate change program, which helped farmers develop – and find
funding for – projects ranging from more efficient irrigation systems to
bio-digesters that convert cow manure gas into electricity.

June 30, 2011, Salem, OR –
Citing budget cuts, the Oregon Department of Agriculture is eliminating its
energy and climate change program, which helped farmers develop – and find
funding for – projects ranging from more efficient irrigation systems to
bio-digesters that convert cow manure gas into electricity.

The move comes as the
state’s farmers are increasingly turning to alternative energy projects as a
way to reduce costs, or even earn money.

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